Final Destination 6: The New Part Won’t Be A Reboot; Jeffrey Reddick Shares About the Setting. Final Destination creator Jeffrey Reddick confirmed this week’s information related to the sixth film. As we know, the sixth film was in production work before the COVID-19 pandemic. But as we see, it is not precisely a reboot of the Final Destination. To know more about Final Destination 6, let us all dive in to know learn more!
Final Destination 6
Final Destination creator Jeffrey Reddick confirmed this week’s information related to the sixth film. As we know, the sixth film was in production work before the COVID-19 pandemic. But as we see, it is not precisely a reboot of the Final Destination. The writer had an idea regarding the reboot. They were afraid that the original story would get erased like so many rebooted franchises. The story will circle the concept of maintaining the Final Destination canon but will explore different areas this time. First responders were in the running to targeted. A unique perspective that would no doubt re-contextualize the unavoidable violence of the series.
Reddick stated in an interview, “They were working on a new Final Destination, but that got pushed back because of COVID.” He also added, “It’s always: if the formula’s not broken, don’t fix it. But my thing is that Death has so many designs in my brain that it could use. Like, we’re seeing one design with the Rube Goldberg kind of thing. But Death could get us in so many ways. In my original story, which was a little dark because I am a Nightmare on Elm Street fan, Death kind of toyed with them psychologically for some sin or some wrongdoing they did, and they ended up killing themselves. So, that was a little dark. I don’t think I would want to make that movie now, but I just think that Death—it would be fun to explore that world, almost like what we did with the second one. I want to expand on the mythology. If I came back, I would want to do something different.“