WB's Final Destination 5 is Now Known as 5NAL Destination
Oh boy, here we go. Bloody-Disgusting has learned that Warner Bros (and New Line Cinema) have retitled, or rather just titled, the fifth new Final Destination movie as 5NAL DESTINATION. We're not sure if it's all caps or just 5nal Destination, as that looks kind of weird, but I think they're trying to play on the number scheme like Se7en did (not-so-coincidentally that was also a New Line movie). It was announced earlier this month that James Cameron protege Eric Heisserer would be making his directorial debut with this disaster movie. B-D also found out what the opening sequence will be, so if you want that part of it spoiled, read on!
Normally we try not to spoil anything, but this is the typical opening for every one of these and I don't think anyone cares anyway. Apparently the opening sequence in this will involve a suspension bridge collapsing. If you've seen any of these movies before, you'll know that a bunch of people who were supposed to die at the beginning later get killed off in crazy ways, so now we know the setup for it. 5nal Destination already has an August 26th, 2011 release date. This may just be a tentative title that could change, but we'll let you know if it does. The screenplay was written by Eric Heisserer (Nightmare on Elm Street & The Thing reboots). Craig Perry & Warren Zide, who produced the other four Final Destination movies, are producing this one as well.