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    April 27, 2010


    Remember when we thought last year's Final Destination 4 will be our last trip to see a group of people die in one particular order after escaping one freak accident. No, apparently not yet. New Line Cinema insists that the fifth installment is still ticking. Now they have hired writer Eric Heisserer (A Nightmare on Elm Street) to create the script.

    Heat Vision Blog reported that he was nabbed in following his success on making the treatment for the remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street and the on-production prequel to The Thing. Even if they hired Heisserer for this so-called the Final Destination 5 or "next to the final film", what kind of differences in terms of the story can it be? The series is always concentrated on the similar wheel of fate so I don't think the story for the fifth one will be any of such differences than the previous fours. No director has been attached yet and according to New Line, production will start next year for again in 3D shots.

    Previously for the fourth installment, the company thought that it would be the last one due to its process of tough production and several re-shoots. Not to mention that when it grossed $66 million domestically and $181 million worldwide, it deemed reasonable for another one. But seriously, don't you get kind of sick now? I mean like the fifth time and it will always be the same? *sigh* 

    SOURCES: Empire Online, Heat Vision Blog
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