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New Victims Ready for FINAL DESTINATION 4

The next horror film has a cast ready to die.

By Jarrod Sarafin, News Editor     February 22, 2008
Source: Variety

Kevin (Ryan Merriman) and Wendy (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) learn that roller coasters are not all fun and games in FINAL DESTINATION 3 (2005).
© New Line Cinema

The full cast of upcoming victims have been cast for Final Destination 4, reports Variety. The trade says that New Line signed Shantel VanSanten, Bobby Campo, Hayley Webb, Nick Zano, Krista Allen and Andy Fiscella to star in the fourth film of their horror franchise. David R. Ellis, the director of Final Destination 2, will be back behind-the-camera off a screenplay from Eric Bress. New Line has the budget at 43 million and will be shooting it in 3D. Production will begin in New Orleans by the end of the month.

Plot Concept: The story kicks off when a teenager's premonition of a deadly racecar crash spares his life and those of a few lucky others. But death continues to stalk those who escaped it.


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AzuLTaLoN 2/22/2008 12:36:53 AM
with ellis back this could be good, unlike the smoldering turd that is fd3.
miko34 2/22/2008 2:13:55 AM
How come they aren't explaining why these lucky teenagers are getting these premonitions? Did I miss something or do they just want simple plots? Oh wait, they're on number 4... I think I've answered my own questions.
NotAFan 2/22/2008 2:43:25 AM
"New Victims Ready for FINAL DESTINATION 4", and by that they mean the audience. BAAAZING! WAAKAA WAAKAA! YES! YES! YES! GOD I'M GOOD! Why was I cused with this razor sharp wit! [sniff, sniff] WHY! I'm getting all emotional over it, you know. I promised myself I wouldn't cry! Look away, please look away!.....And I'm spent! Was it good for you, 'cuz you know it's always good for me....High Five!
Whiskeymovie 2/22/2008 7:34:45 AM
These movies are a guilty pleasure for sure. They are fun and creative ways for people to die. I like a lot of the misdirection too on some of the deaths. They seem to be setting up one perosn to die in one way, then do a complete 180 and someone else dies. I am glad David R. Elis is coming back. I think the second one was the best, in script and action. The opening freeway scene was awesome, but Ellis is the guy that came up with the freeway scene for the Matrix Reloaded, so he knows his action.
wessmith1966 2/22/2008 8:09:25 AM
Yeah, these are a guilty pleasure for me, too. I like the inventive ways the filmmakers find to kill people. My girlfriend thinks I'm an idiot for liking these movies, and she's probably right, but the movies are just fun.
lister 2/22/2008 8:18:20 AM
Parts 1 & 2 were so fun and 3 was so suck. I hope this one gets it back on track.
aegrant 2/22/2008 10:24:40 AM
Honestly I liked all three movies in the series but just by seeing the words "shooting in 3-D" dampens my anticipation for the 4th one
GentlemenDeath 2/22/2008 10:35:57 AM
I really liked the first one and thought it was new and fun. The second one was ok, but the opening sequence to FD2 was by far one of the craziest opening sequences I have seen in a theatre at that time. As for the fourth (Notice how I skipped commenting on the 3rd? lol) Not sure, but since the old lady likes this franchise I will undoubtedly get dragged to it...Just like those fucking Saw movies she drags me to....
experiMENTAL 2/22/2008 2:23:48 PM
Are you guys trying to tell me you didn't think the convenient circumstances leading to the 2 semi-naked girls getting stuck in the superpowered tanning beds in FD3 quality cinema?! The scene where that piece of glass landed on and exploded the kid in FD2, however, was AWESOME!
AzuLTaLoN 2/22/2008 4:26:44 PM
fd3 did suck but if cut it down to just the death scenes i'll watch it most anytime.
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