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Final Destination
Death Doesn't Take No For An Answer
( Horror / Thriller )


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MPAA Rating:
R
[language]

US Runtime: 98 min

Premiere Date:
Mar 16, 2000   [USA]
 
Director: James Wong
 
Writers: Jeffrey Reddick   [story]
Glen Morgan   [screenplay]
James Wong   [screenplay]
Jeffrey Reddick   [screenplay]
 
Producers: Richard Brener   [Executive Producer]
Brian Witten   [Executive Producer]
Glen Morgan   [Producer]
Craig Perry   [Producer]
Warren Zide   [Producer]
Chris Bender   [Associate Producer]
Art Schaeffer   [Co-Producer]
 
Cinematography: Robert McLachlan
 
Edited by: James Coblentz
 
Production Companys: Hard Eight Pictures
New Line Cinema
Zide-Perry Productions
 


Cast:

Kerr Smith
Carter Horton
Nicole Robert
Ticket Clerk
Randy Stone
Flight Attendant
P. Lynn Johnson
Mrs. Linda Waggner
Seann William Scott
William 'Billy' Hitchcock
Tony Todd
William 'Bill' Bludworth, The Mortician
Brendan Fehr
George Waggner
Roger Guenveur Smith
Agent Schreck
Lisa Marie Caruk
Christa Marsh
Ali Larter
Clear Rivers
Marrett Green
TV News Anchor
Forbes Angus
Larry Murnau, French Teacher
Kristen Cloke
Ms. Valerie 'Val' Lewton
Amanda Detmer
Terry Chaney
 
Chad Donella
Tod Waggner
Christine Chatelain
Blake Dreyer
Kristina Matisic
Marilyn Eckerle (Reporter)
John Hainsworth
Minister
Larry Gilman
Mr. Jerry Waggner
Robert Wisden
Mr. Ken Browning
Daniel Roebuck
Agent Weine
Mark Holden
Co-Pilot
Devon Sawa
Alexander 'Alex' Chance Browning
Fred Keating
Howard Seigel
Guy Fauchon
Hare Krishna
Peter Atherton
Student Singer
Barbara Tyson
Mrs. Barbara Browning
Troy Yorke
Lou Gehrig's Man (uncredited)
 
 

Crew:

Bill Burns
location manager
Terry Calhoun
best boy electric
Terry Calhoun
gaffer
Terry Calhoun
gaffer: second unit
Jody Chow
assistant production coordinator
Lara P. Fox
script supervisor
Stephen Jackson
gaffer
Marc Jacobs
production resources
Carol Macdonald
second assistant camera
 
Lonnie Mackenzie
extras casting assistant
Coreen Mayrs
casting: Canada
Michael Mili
production assistant
Peter Pantages
location manager: second unit and re-shoot unit
Julie Slater
assistant: Art Schaeffer
David Sporn
contract administrator
Ryf Van Rij
stand-in
Paolo G. Venturi
computer animation playback
Jay Vinitsky
post-production supervisor
 
 

Special Effects:

Cinema Production Services Inc.
miniature effects
Flesh and Fantasy Inc.
special makeup effects / prosthetics and animatronic effects
 
Pixel Magic
digital visual effects and 3D animation
 

Filming Locations: (Now With Clickable Links To Location On Google Maps)

 

Tech Info:

Color Info:
Color (DeLuxe)
Cinematographic Process:
Spherical
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1
Film Negative Format:
35 mm
Printed Film Format:
35 mm

Quotes:

  • Billy Hitchcock: Carter, you dick!
     
  • Tod Waggner: We say that the hour of death cannot be forecast, but when we say this we believe it's in a far and distant future. Not to have any connections with the day already began, or that death could arrive this same afternoon...
     
  • Bludworth: There are no accidents, no coincidences, and no escapes.
     
  • Billy Hitchcock: There they go, here we stay. [As he watches the plane take off and then explode]
     
  • Carter: As far as I know, this s**t can circle around and get us all again. But for right now, I'm the safest f**ker in the world, because you're still NEXT.
     

Trivia:

  • Much of the news footage shown is actual footage from the July 1996 explosion and crash of TWA Flight 800 off East Moriches, Long Island, New York.
     
  • When the students are boarding the airplane, Alex looks down from the jetway and sees a luggage cart with the number 666 on it.
     
  • In every death, "Rocky Mountain High" plays. It's on the intercom in the airport, on Tod's radio, the teacher puts on John Denver's Greatest Hits, even a French Guy who looks like John Denver plays the song at the end of the movie in Paris.
     
  • As well as footage, Final Destination borrows in other ways from the crash of TWA Flight 800. The July 17th, 1996 flight was also carrying a high school French club, it exploded suddenly and was investigated for a possible deliberate act causing the accident - first a bomb, then a surface to air missile. As with the movie, it was ultimately decided that the crash was a result of mechanical failure (explosion in the central fuel tank), although the FBI investigation is still open.
     
  • The neon sign that swings down and kills Carter at the end of the movie can be seen to read 180, which is the number of the Paris flight in the beginning of the movie.
     

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