The slasher horror saga, Final Destination (Final destination in our market) New Line Cinemais preparing a relaunch with a sixth film, Final Destination 6launched in January 2019.

The most recent news confirms that The sixth installment began filming this weekin addition to revealing that his official title is Final Destination: Bloodlines.

This was made known through one of the producers, Craig Perrywho shared the following with his followers on social networks:

“After a long, hard road through the pandemic and strikes, Day One has finally come to an end. 2025 will mark the 25th anniversary of the release of the first installment of the franchise. Honoring the occasion with another worldwide theatrical release (in IMAX, no less) is a rare and wonderful thing.

“See you next year! PS: I know, I know: Pet Sematary: Bloodlines. But this is the title we've had for three years and we'll keep it… for now.”

Perry's publication also reveals that the film once intended to be released exclusively in MAX, will opt for a traditional theatrical release, and in IMAX format. You can find the original post at the end of this note.

The most recent installment is directed by Zach Lipovsky y Adam B. Steina duo known to their colleagues as “Zadam”, who made their film debut with the science fiction thriller Freaks (2018).

Lipovsky and Stein direct the script written by Lori Evans Taylor (Bed Rest) y Guy Busick (Ready or Not, Scream 5, Scream 6).

In addition to Craig Perry y Sheila Hanahan Taylor (producers of the original saga), other producers include Jon Watts (saga Spider-Man: Homecoming, Far From Home, No Way Home)next to Dianne McGunigle (Atlanta, Cop Car), Watts' wife and manager.

The following was previously announced about the concept of the new delivery:

“Plot details are being kept under lock and key, but the central concept remains: a character has a premonition of a horrible and deadly event, cheats his own death and saves several lives in the process, only to have Death, as a force personified but unstoppable, comes for the survivors one by one.”

But Jeffrey Reddickcreator of the saga Final Destinationcommented a long time ago to Dread Central (via Fangoria) about a change in the classic formula used in the saga Final destination:

“I'll say that It's not going to be just another 'we set up a group of people, they cheat death and then death gets them' kind of thing. And there's one feature that we add to each movie, to change it up a little bit: this is… a real Final Destination movie, but it doesn't follow that kind of formula that we've established. “I am very excited about the story that I cannot tell you.”

To the saga Final Destination, began in 2000 with the film created by Reddick, and directed by James Wong, starring Devon Sawa and Ali Larter. Minutes before taking a plane to France on a school trip, the character in charge of Sawa has visions about him and his friends, where he observes how the plane will have a terrifying accident upon takeoff, in which everyone will lose their senses. life. The young man warns about what will happen and manages to save the lives of a few who trust in his judgment and others who, during the disturbance, get off the plane before the accident happens. From this moment on, Death will pursue and hunt them one by one, because no one escapes his destiny. This is the formula that will be changed in the new delivery.

The film managed to collect $112 million dollars at the global box office, from a budget of $23 million dollars. Four sequels followed, the most recent of which, Final Destination 5 released in 2011. The franchise reached almost $700 million in the global box office, and became one of the biggest hits for New Line Cinema. It is the studio's third highest-grossing horror saga, behind The Conjuring (more than $2,000 million) and IT (more than $1,000 million).

  • New Line is the company behind horror titles like Nightmare on Elm Streetthe Universe of The Conjuring, Annabelle, The Nun, ITits sequel IT: Chapter Twoamong many others.


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