Final Destination 6 is coming and fans of the horror franchise will be looking forward to characters avoiding death…but for how long?!
As we know the Final Destination film series is a popular horror franchise that began in 2000 with the release of the first film, simply titled Final Destination.
The series is known for its unique premise, in which characters experience premonitions of deadly accidents and then try to evade death’s plans, only to face elaborate and often gruesome deaths in the order they were originally meant to die.
Final Destination 6
The new instalment will be called Final Destination 6: Bloodlines.
It will begin production once the ongoing actors’ strike concludes.
It’s being produced by New Line Cinema, as were all the previous Final Destination films.
Final Destination 6 will break tradition by focusing on First Responders instead of high schoolers, adding a fresh twist to the franchise’s formula.
Franchise veteran Tony Dodd will return as William Bludwort.
Freaks co-directors Zach Lipovsky and Adam B. Stein will be the directors of Final Destination 6
It is possible the film will hit the screens at the end of 2024, but the writers’ strike is making all predictions for movie production a bit of a shot in the dark.
Final destination history – Spoilers alert!
Here is a list of the previous Final Destination films:
“Final Destination” (2000) – Directed by James Wong, this film introduces the concept of cheating death and the subsequent death scenes that follow the survivors of a plane crash.
“Final Destination 2” (2003) – Also directed by James Wong, this sequel follows a new group of characters who narrowly escape a massive highway accident. They must now confront their fates.
“Final Destination 3” (2006) – Directed by James Wong once again, this installment features a roller coaster accident premonition and its aftermath.
“The Final Destination” (also known as “Final Destination 4”) (2009) – Directed by David R. Ellis, this film is in 3D and follows a group of people who escape a racetrack disaster only to be hunted by death.
“Final Destination 5” (2011) – Directed by Steven Quale, this film centers around a group of colleagues who survive a suspension bridge collapse, only to realize that death is still coming for them.
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