'Saw' writers to bring back 'Final Destination' franchise

Final Destination Reboot Enters Development With Saw Writers

Final Destination Reboot Enters Development With Saw Writers

Some huge news has just been announced over at THR who are reporting that Saw franchise writers Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan have been tapped by New Line to reboot the Final Destination series.

The five films of grossed almost $700 million worldwide between 2000 and 2011 making it the tenth highest grossing horror franchise in the United States at approximately $347.8 million. Rebooting something like Saw would make sense as each film plays off of each other but this is going to be another entry in a successful franchise.

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Throughout 2011, the franchise continued with four more films, grossing nearly $700 million. And it definitely offers endless possibilities to the duo behind the script. Jeffrey Redick created the franchise and wrote the first film's script. And the, of course, there's IT, the first of the two-part Stephen King adaptation that shattered box office records in 2017 with a $123 opening weekend and more than $700 worldwide. Starring Devon Sawa as a teen who experiences a horrifying vision of himself and his friends dying in a plane crash, and who subsequently does everything in his power to stop the personified force Death from killing everyone he loves, Final Destination was a critical flop but a fan favorite - plus a money-maker for New Line.

The next film featuring Melton and Dunstan's script will be CBS Films' Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. While the fun of the Final Destination films is built around the increasingly intricate and absurd Rube Goldberg-like ways Death comes hunting for its survivors, it was never quite a a so-called "torture porn" franchise and lacked the sadistic bent that defines a lot of Melton and Dunston's previous works.

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