The Final Destination Isn’t Final, It’s Box Office Top For 2nd Week
If you haven’t seen the supernatural action thriller ‘The Final Destination’ and especially not in HD 3-D, you’re totally missing out. You’re missing out on escalator body munching, a possessed wrecker, the most extreme pool accident you’ve probably ever seen and much much more.
The Final Destination which is the forth installment of the movie written by Eric Bress and directed by David R. Ellis for the second time, who also worked on Final Destination 2 together, follows the lives of individuals who share a some common connection with an event which would have resulted in their deaths, but was stopped due to one of them having a premonition. The bad thing about this is that even though they believe they have cheated death, everyone who would have died begins to die one by one in horrific accidents.
Since the release of “The Final Destination” on August 28th, the film which is stated to be a low-budget horror flick at $43 million, has managed to remain in the top spot for the second straight week with $15.4 million, according to Nielsen EDI. In total, the movie has managed to pull in over $50 million despite not being released in Australia/New Zealand until Oct. 15th.
The Final Destination 4 stars Bobby Campo, Shantel VanSanten, Haley Webb, Mykelti Williamson, Nick Zano, Krista Allen, Andrew Fiscella and Jessica Ritchie.
Following behind “The Final Destination” on the Box Office Charts are “Inglourious Basterds,” “All About Steve,” “Gamer,” “District 9,” “Halloween II,” “Julie & Julia,” “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra,” “The Time Traveler’s Wife,” “Extract,” “Shorts” and “G-Force.”
A horrifying premonition saves a young man (Bobby Campo) and his friends from death during a racetrack accident, but terrible fates await them nonetheless.