Oh, the irony of Final Destination -- there never seems to actually be one, at least for the series. Personally, I'm waiting for installment #10, where all the first victims come back to life just to get terrorized again -- it sounds dumb, but doesn't that always happen once films hit the double digits in sequels? Or, maybe the victims fight back as some sort of zombie war against the intangible force. But for now, the Final Destination 2 team has come back for number 4, according to The Hollywood Reporter -- 2 co-writer Eric Bress wrote the script, and David R. Ellis has signed on to direct. This should be good news for FD fans. While the second made less than the other two, it's gotten its share of praise for their "elaborately orchestrated killings."

That's not all. If you thought buses slamming into victims and spraying blood wasn't enough, rejoice -- that blood and those death machines are going to fly at us again. Oh yes, Final Destination is a solid passenger on that 3D train. As THR says: "The premise of the series is that even if you cheat death once, a force that is death itself will stalk you until it finishes what is started, usually in a gruesome fashion." This time around, there's no word on plot, but it will be new teens getting terrorized and new forms of death. If you want to know what sort of death -- just think about what would be creepy to see in 3D, and you're probably on the right track. I wonder if there will be any snakes. Ellis directed Snakes on a Plane, after all.