Watch: Second Full Trailer for 'Final Destination 5' Brings the Mayhem
The first trailer back in May was but a tease of the disaster that sets off the most recent battle with death in Final Destination 5, but this new second trailer sets up the disaster perfectly, even if it plays out exactly the same as the rest of the trailers we're used to seeing for the films in this franchise. Nicholas D'Agosto (Rocket Science) has a vision of disaster, avoids it, and now he and his friends are chased by death at every turn. As usual, the action and suspense look like the most entertaining part even if it is more of the same terror we've seen before, and thankfully Tony Todd is around to give some wise words to these survivors.
Watch the second official trailer for Steven Quale's Final Destination 5 via Metacafe:
In this fourth sequel, survivors of a suspension-bridge collapse learn there's no way you can cheat Death.
Final Destination 5 is directed by up-and-coming filmmaker Steven Quale, who was recruited by James Cameron from USC in the 80's and has worked on FX for The Abyss, Terminator 2 and even directed the documentary Aliens of the Deep. The screenplay was written by Eric Heisserer (A Nightmare on Elm Street, The Thing remakes). This is the fourth sequel in the Final Destination franchise which began back in 2000. Warner Bros is bringing Final Destination 5 to theaters everywhere 3D starting August 12th this summer.
Reader Feedback - 15 Comments
These movies are kinda fun if you wait for matinee or dvd release. I have not seen the last one, but I may rent it sometime. I really like the poster you featured for it. If you go into the theater not expecting too much, they actually aren't bad at all.
Dustin Fuston on Jul 7, 2011
yeah, i agree. just like with those saw movies. they are a lot of fun if you go on a packed friday or saturday night and just have fun and eat popcorn.
quityosleanin on Jul 7, 2011
Total guilty pleasure movie series for me and the wife. Can't wait for this 🙂
Raymond Morse on Jul 7, 2011
I think Ill go get some acupuncture therapy done, those thick long needles will relieve that stress Ive been having about death trying to kill me.
Cody W. on Jul 7, 2011
Daniel Vu Tran on Jul 7, 2011
Ok i like the whole kill someone to let death past you idea , morbid but it's for the lulz and something new
NeoSlyfer on Jul 7, 2011
don't you think it would be more twisted if dear Tony Todd has to do the same to these kids to stay alive?
Jericho on Jul 7, 2011
The bridge disaster looks great. Still believe part 2 was the only good one, but I will give a go to this one too.
Gianni Persello on Jul 7, 2011
This looks much better than the last movie. I like how they added the whole "kill someone and death skips you" bit, that's new. Nice to know they are trying to keep it fresh. Definitely gonna see this opening day.
Lamar on Jul 7, 2011
Wow the trailer for this one blows the doors off the last FD alone, cant wait to see this one! and i suddenly have the need to go to cheer camp!
Jimmy Love on Jul 8, 2011
almost reminded me of flash forward and bit of heroes xD
A5J4DX on Jul 7, 2011
More ingenious ways to die. Cant wait.
Dhiram on Jul 8, 2011
Am I the only one who's really tired of this robot-like sounds that appear in each and every trailer right now? Seriously, give it a break. The deaths in these movies allways look funny, more like Scary Movie than a serious horror movie. At least Saw is more convincing
Anonymous on Jul 8, 2011
I'd rather watch Knowing again
Guest on Jul 12, 2011
All I can say about this is 'not again.'
Amumra on Jul 14, 2011
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