‘Final Destination 5’ Trailer

Miles Fisher, Arlen Escarpeta, and Nicholas D'Agosto star alongside Tony Todd in Warner Bros. upcoming horror sequel.
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‘Final Destination 5’ Trailer
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  • rudy • 4 years ago

    @frankenfate I was actually trying to be a bit sarcastic. 8)

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    • tre-pound-williams • 4 years ago

      Also this doesn't need 3D. This isn't Avatar

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      • tre-pound-williams • 4 years ago

        I might check this movie out casting wise. But to tell you the truth all these movies are the same. Its saw all over again. They need to end it and move on. There's a whole lot of ideas.

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        • Kill or be killed huh? That should at least make things a little more interesting and couldnt go out on the bad note the last one had.

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          • titanictom • 4 years ago

            Someone is/does WatchIng} spike channels 1000 ways to Die!!!

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            • frankenfate • 4 years ago

              @rudy It would just be stupid to keep doing that tho, doing a Prequel to show what happened before the first, then a Sequel showing what happens after that but still before the first film, and end up doing a Prequel going father back, it's just pointless.

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              • rudy • 4 years ago

                @corey good one.

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                • rudy • 4 years ago

                  @frankenfate Why? A sequel to the prequel, so what happened after the prequel. get it?

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                  • fanboy • 4 years ago

                    Shot in 3D! haha

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                    • frankenfate • 4 years ago

                      @cameowill Well isn't it obvious, the disaster that happened to the 7 of them is the same sh*t that happened to the rest, so why wouldn't he know. He already knows about Death.

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                      • SomethingMore • 4 years ago

                        Okay for me

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                        • cameowill • 4 years ago

                          this looks great, dramatic. how come that black guy knew they weren't supposed to survive after the bridge accident?

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                          • doubler0522 • 4 years ago

                            @moviegeek me to, lol

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                            • cheetoboy • 4 years ago

                              Now that I've seen the trailer, this one looks awesome, it looks like its going back into to the days of the first 3 Final Destinations. It looks like it's going to bring back the seriousness and intensity, that 4th FD did not have at all, Oh yeah and bringing Tony Todd back looks like it's going to be even more exciting.

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                              • moviegeek • 4 years ago

                                I'll admit I'm a sucker for these movies. Even though I hated the last one, I still like going to watch these :D

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                                • theringfan1 • 4 years ago

                                  I enjoyed the trailer... was like oh it looks pretty good. And then it said... In 3D... oh well.

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                                  • 2movieguys • 4 years ago

                                    LOL!!! WOW Part 5 I guess there was never a "Final Destination" ...Per Say!! I will wait for Redbox this time!

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                                    • frankenfate • 4 years ago

                                      @skywise The only scene in that movie I really liked was the first-person shooter, the part where The Rock was turning into a demon was Badass though. But yeah, plus I found out that the new Batman is gonna be Rebooted after the 3rd one comes out in 2012, and I see what you're saying, but I think everyone is really getting tired of them Rebooting every movie that comes out, I don't for sure. And I'm sure that Writers and Directors also don't want the studio's to control whether the next film they make is either a Prequel or Reboot, take Wes Craven for instance, this is something different but it still counts, he doesn't do 3D movies and My Soul to Take wasn't supposed to be in 3D, there was a new studio that was bought and told Wes that either the film is put in 3D or no release at all. So I think these movie makers that wanna keep doing what they want to their own franchise, they should own their own studio.

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                                      • jasonkat • 4 years ago

                                        I love these movies, but sadly i get tired of them real quick. Most of them dont even need Sequels but they just keep going and going and instead of taking it further, they give u the very same chit but with a new cast. Saw comes to mind, american pie, scream, scary movie, paranormal activity & fast & furious too!, its like damn enough is enough. give us sumthing fresh,....here's a tip to all directors who make chitty movies, If ur gonna keep making Sequels, make them BETTER than the last1, not woRse and not the same.. just BETTER. THANK U FATHER FOR LETTING ME CONFESS!

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                                        • corey • 4 years ago

                                          A bridge collapse? I was hoping it'd be a trainwreck, cause thats exactly what this movie will be.

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