Just the other week we asked you Bloody Disgusting readers to hit us up on Twitter to ask Final Destination franchise producer Craig Perry questions about his forthcoming Final Destination 5, which arrives in theaters August 12 from Warner Bros. Pictures.
The first, second, third and fourth round of questions were absolutely fantastic: all you had to do was tweet @BDisgusting with your questions, accompanied by #FD5BD. Perry then compiled his favorite questions and answered them inside!. We’ll continue to get questions answered as long as you’re interested and stay engaged. Read inside to see the previous Q+A and then begin round 5 by following the above instructions (or click here).
Directed by James Cameron protege Steven Quale, the fifth film in the franchise begins with a suspension bridge disaster and takes the mythology in a new direction. “Death is just as omnipresent as ever, and is unleashed after one man’s premonition saves a group of coworkers from a terrifying suspension bridge collapse. But this group of unsuspecting souls was never supposed to survive, and, in a terrifying race against time, the ill-fated group frantically tries to discover a way to escape Death’s sinister agenda.”
Craig Perry: “If I recall correctly, she did not die on the coaster. Julie was with Perry in the coaster, not Amber.”
saviogabrieel – In Final Destination 5, will have some reference of the death of Wendy, Kevin and Julie? or Kim and Thomas?
Craig Perry: “There are references to all the previous films in FD5, but not specifically about those characters.”
483ViniKaulitz – Have you read the FD books of Black Fame? If yes, which books? Do you liked?
Craig Perry: “I have read all of them, including the unpublished (well, it was pulled off the shelves immediately because of a printing error and never re-released) Final Destination: Death Of The Senses. There’s a lot of good, imaginative stuff in all of them. Some of the twists on the central conceit are smart and inventive.”
483ViniKaulitz – In several countries, the film will be released one month after the U.S. release and probably many people will download, as I do,but i will watch on theaters,obvius,so Craig,what you think of piracy?
Craig Perry: “Well, seeing that piracy literally takes money out of my pocket I’m not much of a fan. Besides, FD5 deserves to be seen on the big screen.”
483ViniKaulitz – We will have fear of bridges, as well as rollercoasters,after FD5?
Craig Perry: “That’s the goal!”
483ViniKaulitz – Have you thought of shoot the disaster in another country,like Brazil,Japan…”
Craig Perry: “Yes, we have. These movies do well internationally. There has been some discussion about telling an FD story in another country.”
483ViniKaulitz – It