is back in theaters
with the deadliest entry yet – in 3D – and we have a first look at the carnage.
"I think it's one big guessing game," says series regular Tony Todd. "I think this is the epitome of a date movie; you're sitting there with your partner and you're sharing an experience. You're trying to figure out A) Who's going to survive. B) Will they survive? And C) How each one of the set pieces are going to unfold."
In each Final Destination, someone has a vision of a deadly accident. At first they cheat death, but the Grim Reaper eventually collects his sinister debt. This time around, Sam (Nicholas D'Agosto) has a vision that a major bridge will collapse with his bus on it – killing him and all his co-workers in the most horrific ways imaginable. Urging the driver to stop and warning everyone to flee the bus, his vision turns out to be true. Soon, death begins to pick off the survivors one by one. But now there's a twist -- the survivors can still cheat death if they kill someone else in their place.
Also starring Emma Bell, Miles Fisher, Courtney B. Vance, Arlen Escarpeta, P.J. Byrne, Ellen Wroe, Jacqueline MacInnes Wood, David Koechner, Final Destination 5 kills in theaters and IMAX 3D Friday.