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‘Final Destination 6’ is the next upcoming horror movie from America.
Patrick Melton, Marcus Dunstan, and Jeffrey Reddick are the writers.
In 2011, Tony Todd said that two sequels would be shot simultaneously if Final Destination 5 was a financial success. The sixth movie in the series will be released in 2019.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, a sixth movie was in the works, according to Final Destination creator Jeffrey Reddick, who made the announcement on October 5, 2020.
However, what can we anticipate from this movie? Here is everything we currently know about it.
Final Destination 6 Release Date
The date of Final Destination 6’s release is unclear. Given that numerous productions continue to halt operations due to the coronavirus outbreak, we probably won’t hear anything any time soon.
The movie is scheduled for release in 2022.
Final Destination 6 Cast
- Julianna Guill
- Amanda Righetti
- Willa Ford
- Travis Van Winkle
- Katrina Bowden
- Lindsay Lohan
- Lindsey Shaw
- Jamie Chung
- Tony Todd
- Danielle Panabaker
- Kay Panabaker
- Jared Padalecki
- Thomas Dekker
- Shay Mitchell
Final Destination 6 Plot
The plot of each Final Destination film is the same. A large number of young individuals end up trying to avoid dying when someone involved in a major accident predicts their demise and prevents it from happening.
This person succeeds in saving some of those who are doomed to perish from the catastrophe that does end up killing thousands. However, while they managed to avoid a predetermined demise, the survivors begin dying one by one in a series of strange incidents, based on a convoluted chain of cause and effect, which Death itself caused.
Fans are unsure whether the Final Destination Renewal will be able to live up to the potential of its predecessors in light of reports that the following movie would be a “re-imagining” of the genre.
However, the franchise’s creator Jeffrey Reddick stated in a recent interview with Bloody Disgusting that the upcoming movie won’t be a straight reboot. He stated:
“It’s always: if the formula’s not broken, don’t fix it. But my thing is that Death has so many designs in my brain that it could use. Like, we’re seeing one design with the Rube Goldberg kind of thing. But Death could get us in so many ways. In my original story, which was a little dark because I am a Nightmare on Elm Street fan, Death kind of toyed with them psychologically for some sin or some wrongdoing they did, and they ended up killing themselves. So, that was a little dark. I don’t think I would want to make that movie now, but I just think that Death—it would be fun to explore that world, almost like what we did with the second one. I want to expand on the mythology. If I came back, I would want to do something different.”
Final Destination 6 Trailer
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