All Final Destination Movies in Order
- Final Destination (2000)
- Final Destination 2 (2003)
- Final Destination 3 (2006)
- The Final Destination 4 (2009)
- Final Destination 5 (2011)
How Many Final Destination Movies Are There?
There are 5 Final Destination movies at present from 2000 to 2011.
Final Destination (2000)
The supernatural horror film Final Destination is set on a plane where a group of teenagers escapes the crash after a premonition tells them that they are about to die. After they escape, they begin dying in mysterious freak accidents. The script was originally written by Jeffrey Reddick for The X-Files and was directed by James Wong, who also worked on that television series. New Line Cinema released the film, which was rated R by critics.
The premise is surprisingly clever and intriguing. It introduces a bizarre supernatural situation that is reminiscent of the X-Files and is a unique twist on the genre. Despite this, the film is not without its share of problems. While many critics have criticized its plot, some viewers felt the film was worth the price of admission. It was also one of the first feature films by a veteran of the hit television show ‘The X Files’, James Wong.
Final Destination 2 (2003)
If you’re looking for the sequel to the 2000 horror film Final Destination, you’ve come to the right place. The sequel is Final Destination 2, directed by David R. Ellis and starring Ali Larter and A.J. Cook. Set one year after the Flight 180 crash, the movie stars A.J. Cook and Ali Larter as college students Kimberly Corman and Clear Rivers. Set in Greenwood Lake, NY, the film features the characters of Kimberly Corman and Clear Rivers. It also features the characters of mortician William Bludworth and mortician William Corman. The film was very successful, grossing $16,017,141 on its opening weekend.
Final Destination 3 (2006)
Final Destination 3 is a supernatural horror film released in 2006. It is the third film in the Final Destination film series and is a stand-alone sequel to the first two films. The film stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Ryan Merriman, and Kris Lemche. The plot revolves around a school student’s premonition of Death’s arrival. But when the young woman realizes that she must save her classmates’ lives, she is left with no option but to take action..
As the movie progresses, Wendy Christensen has a violent premonition of a deadly roller coaster accident. In order to survive, she teams up with Kevin Fischer, who has been waiting in an underground station for the past six months. The survivors try to save the lives of the other passengers, but Death has other plans. Wendy must save her friends, and halt Death from killing them. After a dramatic fight, the two friends realize they are in mortal danger.
The Final Destination 4 (2009)
The Final Destination 2009 is an American supernatural horror film directed by David R. Ellis. It was originally the fourth installment of the Final Destination film series and is the first of the series to feature 3D. The film stars Bobby Campo, Shantel VanSanten, and Mykelti Williamson. In the film, a young man named Nick O’Bannon (Campo) has a premonition about a crash at the McKinley Speedway, and he uses it to save his friends.
The movie’s tagline is similar to the one on the first poster. The movie’s name appears under a water shadow. The cast wears similar-color costumes. It is the last movie to be produced by New Line Cinema as an independent company. In 2008, the studio was acquired by Warner Bros. The film was released in late 2009.
Final Destination 5 (2011)
The sequel to the popular Final Destination series is set to be released in theaters on October 19. This is a prequel to the first film, which took place a year before. As the film begins, Sam and Molly are boarding Flight 180 when Alex is pulled off. However, the plane is suddenly hit by the flaming landing gear, crushing Nathan to death. The film’s climax is shocking as it reveals that the film is actually a prequel.
Unlike the previous films, the fifth film will take place in 3D. The director, Steve Quale, and screenwriter Eric Heisserer were confirmed to be a part of the project. The film’s release date was originally set for August 26, 2011, but was moved to August 12 because of production issues. New Line is trying to break the cycle of re-creating the final destination movie series, making this the first one that has been successful for so long.
New Final Destination 6
The New Final Destination 6 movie will focus on the lives of first responders. This will be an interesting take since first responders have so many dangers to face so the manner in which they are taken out will be eerily familiar to many people. They’ve also hired writers from the SAW film franchise to re-portray this iconic horror franchise. We’ll see how the similarly styled franchises mesh with the ideas with the writers crossing over.
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