Reboot Of ‘Final Destination’ Is Now Coming Your Way. Here’s What’s Happening


The era of horror reboots is not really showing any signs of stopping, and now we have Final Destination as the next franchise to get the reboot treatment.

According to a news report by The Hollywood Reporter, New Line Cinema hired Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton for rebooting this franchise. This duo is well-known for writing the scripts for 4 Saw films, and also, Piranha 3DD and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.

The original Final Destination had earned $122 million on budget of a $23 million. Over the time span of 11 years, Final Destination had earned almost $700 million.

The upcoming 6th is now being described as the “re-imagining” of this franchise.

The Final Destination star, Tony Todd had been asked about a reboot, and he said that he doubts if another movie would actually see the light of day.

“I am [surprised] but I know why there hasn’t been [another sequel],” Todd had said.

“It’s really an expensive film to shoot. Just getting whatever accident set pieces, like for example part two with the whole traffic accident, that took a good five weeks to shoot and at least 20 million bucks. So there are other films like the Annabelle films which just focuses on a doll that they can shoot for a lot cheaper and still make money.”


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