On the set with the FINAL DESTINATION 5 actors Emma Bell and Nicholas D’Agosto – Part 3

Nicholas D'Agosto, Emma Bell and Miles Fisher in FINAL DESTINATION 5 - actors 2 | ©2011 Warner Bros.

Death is nowhere to be seen on the set of FINAL DESTINATION on this chilly December afternoon. In fact, Death is perhaps the cheapest actor working on the long-running franchise, that’s because Death is an unseen force – manipulating the kills in very complex and clever ways, but never showing his (her, its) face. Of course every actor working on this latest installment (once again filmed in 3-D and hitting theaters nationwide tomorrow) is excited by what kind of horribly, gruesome ways Death has engineered for them to die on screen. For Emma Bell and Nicholas D’Agosto, they reveal that […]Read On »

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On the set with FINAL DESTINATION 5 director Steven Quale – Part 2

Nicholas D' Agosto and Emma Bell in FINAL DESTINATION 5 | ©2011 Warner Bros.

On a cold December afternoon in Vancouver, Canada, production on FINAL DESTINATION 5 (which opens nationwide on Friday) is only a few days away as the filmmakers are busy picking up all the filmic pieces for the film’s stunning major opening set piece. Whereas other FINAL DESTINATION movies have used planes, speedways, roller coasters and the highway as the major threat source, this time out a suspension bridge provides the opening scene mechanism that sets the film’s game play into motion. While production has already shot the real-life pieces of this major puzzle on Vancouver’s Lions Gate Bridge, now it’s […]Read On »

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On the set with FINAL DESTINATION 5 producer Craig Perry – Part 1

Emma Bell in FINAL DESTINATION 5 | ©2011 Warner Bros.

It’s an overcast day in Vancouver, Canada as ASSIGNMENT X visits the set of FINAL DESTINATION 5 – the latest chapter in the successful horror franchise that seems to top itself each time out (the film opens nationwide on Friday). The December Vancouver haze, certainly adds to the flavor of visiting the set which this time uses a suspension bridge as the catalyst for Death to start picking off victims one by one. The plot mechanisms are key to each FINAL DESTINATION films (the first one was an airplane crash, the second a freeway pile-up, the third a roller coaster […]Read On »

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