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Anonymous:
Since we're on the topic of merch, if I were to print a promo poster for one of films along with the logo onto a shirt but only do that without the intention of selling the product(so I'd just be making it for me), would I get into trouble?

No, you wouldn’t get into trouble for that.

0 notes + 5 days ago
Anonymous:
For the third film, they totally should have made a shirt that says "I'm just a zip waiting for my pip."

Awe. I wish they released that type of merchandise. FD3 was New Line’s biggest film of 2006, they should have released more stuff for the fans.

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Anonymous:
A small part of me wishes that Alexz and Kris were dating in real life.

Yeah there was definitely chemistry between them.

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Anonymous:
I wonder if all the passenger on flight 180 had been evacuated from the plane, if death would have just gotten lazy and said "Okay, to hell with this. There's too many of you bastards. I'll come back for you all later."

lmfao! that’d be an interesting concept

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Anonymous:
which fd movie is your favorite? mine is fd3 <3

So is mine! :)

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Anonymous:
In FD 2, I don't think it would have made a difference at all if Isabella had originally died in Kimberly's premonition. Usually, if a woman is pregnant and she dies, her baby dies too(this is especially true if the woman is under 24 weeks pregnant). Sure, when you're that late in the pregnancy, it is possible to save the baby but if an explosion/the blunt force of a crash would have killed her, I'm pretty doubtful that her baby would have stood a chance.

I’m not really following you… The film alludes that a “new life” begins when the baby is born, so if Isabella (+ her unborn child) did die in the premonition and then gave birth to her baby a new life would have been introduced to the list. It wasn’t said that her baby survived the crash… Exactly the opposite.

And besides, this theory was misinterpreted and Bludworth was actually talking about Kimberly attempting suicide and being brought to life.

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Anonymous:
I disagree with blaming Eric Bress for FD4 becoming The Final Destination. He wrote the script, but he never intended for the movie to be the final entry in the series. That was all just a marketing gimmick, as it always is. When they want to inject some more life into a franchise, producers often add a gimmick such as 3D. In some cases, both 3D and "It's the last chance to see one of these movies, so get your tickets!" Examples of one or both: (SAW VII, Friday the 13th Part III, IV and IX, etc)

Yeah I know that he wrote the film as “Final Destination 4”, and I never really said anyone should be blamed but if you’re gonna blame somebody blame Eric Bress over David Ellis. I wasn’t necessarily talking about the title.

The film being titled “The Final Destination” was sort of a last minute thing because the studio thought the movie was bad (words from producer’s mouth) so they decided to rename it to draw in as many people as they can with a gimmick, as you said.

And I don’t think this is similar to Saw VII because from the looks of it, that film is still “The Final Chapter”, and it was intended to be that.

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[Update] FD6 is NOT being filmed in Russia

As it turns out, the alleged Russian distributors have lied, and that story was fabricated. Unfortunately the article I linked to was pure pro-Russian propaganda and it was refuted by the franchise producers immediately.

However, according to BloodyDisgusting, “New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Pictures are still considering making a sixth film, but a story has yet to be nailed down.”

So apparently Final Destination 6 is still in cards, but clearly it will not be set in Russia.

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Anonymous:
The tension between Rory and Kat might honestly be one of my favorite things ever.

Right? A great pair of characters.

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