Final Destination


1h 37m 2000

Brief Synopsis

Alex Browning is among a group of high school students readying themselves for a trip to Europe. When he suddenly has a premonition their airplane will crash, he screams out in panic to warn the others but instead he is thrown off of the plane. Alex is luckily one of seven students who skip the flight getting off the aircraft moments before an explosion rips through the cabin, destroying the plane in midair. However, the seven students soon find out that the Grim Reaper doesn't like to be cheated when the surviving students start dying mysteriously one by one.

Film Details

Also Known As
Destination Finale
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Horror
Release Date
2000
Production Company
Aon/Albert G. Ruben Insurance Services; Cast & Crew Entertainment Services; Cis Vancouver; Clairmont Camera, Inc.; Custom Film Effects; Deluxe Entertainment Services Group; Entertainment Clearances, Inc.; General Media Communications Inc; Kona Cutting; La Digital Post; Location Caterers; NBC News; National Basketball Association; New Line Cinema; New Line International; Nhl Network; Pinewood Studios, Ltd.; Pixel Magic; Sony Pictures Scoring Stage; Soundelux; Spacecam Systems, Inc.; William F. White International, Inc.
Distribution Company
NEW LINE CINEMA (NEW LINE); Aurum Producciones; Constantin Film Development, Inc.; Contender Entertainment; Distribution Company; Entertainment Film Distributors, Ltd.; Fs Film Oy; Gaga Communications (Parent); Kinepolis Film Distribution; Metropolitan Filmexport; Myndform; New Line Cinema; Nexo Digital; RCV Distribution; Rialto Films; SF Studios; StudioCanal; Studiocanal; Videocine; Village Roadshow Limited; Warner Bros. Pictures International
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 37m

Synopsis

Alex Browning is among a group of high school students readying themselves for a trip to Europe. When he suddenly has a premonition that their airplane will crash, he screams out in panic to warn the others, but instead he is thrown off of the plane. Alex is luckily one of seven students who skip the flight -- getting off the aircraft moments before an explosion rips through the cabin, decimating the plane in midair. However, the seven students soon find out that the Grim Reaper doesn't like to be cheated when the surviving students start dying mysteriously--one by one.

Crew

Duane Acoba

Composite Artist

John Adams

Gaffer (2nd Unit)

Carolle Alain

Assistant Editor (Vancouver)

Peter Anthony Almolky

Craft Service/First Aid (2nd Unit)

John Alvarez

Set Designer

Marnie Ander

Set Costumer

Dave Anderson

Transportation Coordinator

Dillon Armitage

Assistant Special Effects/Fabricator

Scarlet D Armstrong

Costumer (2nd Unit)

Pete Atherton

Song Performer ("Hundred Grand")

Bruce Babcock

Orchestrator

James Bamford

Stunts

W N J Barber

Rigging Grip

Cassandra Barbour

Other

David Barkes

Assistant Special Effects

James C Barley

Driver To James Wong

Elaine Barret

Transportation Captain

Brian Basham

Adr Recoridst

Eric Batut

Sound Mixer

Wilhelm Baum

Other

Vernon Beberth

Special Thanks

Ron Bedrosian

Adr Mixer

Ariane Behrend

"B" Camera 2nd Assistant (2nd Unit)

Dana Belcastro

Production Executive

Don Bell

Other

Chris Bender

Associate Producer

Justin Bergler

"B" Camera 2nd Assistant; "A" Camera 2nd Assistant (2nd Unit)

John Morrilley Bodwen

Other

Fraser Boyle

Key Grip

Heike Brandstatter

Casting Associate (Canada)

Logan Breit

1st Assistant Editor

Richard Brener

Executive Producer

Dustin Brooks

Stunts

Richard Brooks

Stunt Man

Terry Brooks

Location Scout

Paul Broucek

Music Executive

Andre Brouwer

Set Costumer

David Brown

Grip

Rich Brown

Payroll Accountant

Cory Budney

"B" Camera 1st Assistant; "A" Camera 1st Assistant (2nd Unit)

Bill Burns

Location Manager

Gary Burritt

Negative Cutter (Kona Cutting)

Trevor Butt

"B" Camera 1st Assistant (2nd Unit)

Terry P Calhoun

Lighiting Best Boy

Terry P Calhoun

Gaffer (2nd Unit)

Yves Cameron

Stunts

Charlie Campbell

Carpenter

Paul Carden

Sound Effects Editor

Laurie Cartwright

Other

Joe Cavano

Other

Dean Choe

Stunts

Jody Chow

1st Assistant Production Coordinator

Janet Clark

Assistant Set Decorator

Jocelyn Clark

Stunts

James Coblentz

Editor

Franklin Cofod

Digital Effects Coordinator

Vance Conway

Construction Foreman

John Cornejo

Composite Artist

Graham Coutts

Property Master

Stephen L Coutu

Other

Anthony Creery

Grip

Anthony Creery

Key Grip (2nd Unit)

Brent Crowell

3rd Assistant Director

Debbi Datz-pyle

Music Contractor (The Music Team)

Gloria Davies

Unit Publicist

Darcy Davis

Assistant Special Effects

John Denver

Song Performer ("Rocky Mountain High")

John Denver

Song

Duane Dickinson

Stunts

Mark J Dillon

Modelshop Crew (Cinema Production Services/Miniature Visual Effects)

Victor Dimichina

Scanning & Recording

Dino Dimuro

Foley Editor

Mark Dornfeld

Other

Kasia Dzieciolowska

Set Dresser

Charlene Eberle

Visual Effects Coordinator

L Michael Eddy

Driver

Laurie Edmundson

Lead Set Dresser

Paul J Edwards

Hair Assistant

Jeff Egan

Production Safety

Mary Eilts

Unit Production Manager

Karen Eisenstadt

Production Accountant

Andrew Emde

Art Department Coordinator

Marny Eng

Stunts

Roy Erikson

Other

Alette Falle

Stunt Man

Harold Fehauer

Driver

Robert Fernandez

Score Recorder & Mixer

Trevor Fieldhouse

Assistant Location Manager (2nd Unit)

Kevin Fisher

Scanning & Recording

Grant Flak

Driver

Patrick Flanagan

Composite Artist

Tyler Foell

Composite Artist

Glen Forrieter

Dolly Grip

Lara Fox

Script Supervisor

Andy Fraser

Casting Assistant (Canada)

Andy Fraser

Casting Associate

Alison Freebairn-smith

Music Administration

Jennie Frankel Frisbie

Assistant (To Warren Zide)

Carla Fry

Executive In Charge Of Production

Christopher Furanna

2nd Chef Assistant (Location Caterers)

Jeff Gallen

Driver

Debbie Geaghan

Supervisor

Bryson Gerard

Lead Modelmaker (Cinema Production Services/Miniature Visual Effects)

Scott Gershin

Co-Supervising Sound Editor

Nerses Gezalyan

Foley Mixer

Hector Gika

Sound Effects Editor

Cory Glass

Stunt Man

Emily Glatter

Supervising Production Coordinator

Ben Glenday

Stand-In

Gill Goodman

Assistant Property Master

Jim Gorman

3-D Artist

Alex Green

Stunts

Kasandra Greene

Production Coordinator

Christian Gunther

Song ("Hundred Grand")

Clear Hadden

Assistant (To Glen Morgan & James Wong)

Nate Haggard

Composite Artist

Braden Haggerty

Stunts

Bob Hall

"B" Camera 1st Assistant

Jeffrey M. Hall

Rigging Best Boy

Jennifer Hall Lee

Effects Producer (Cinema Productions Services/Miniature Visual Effects)

Frank Halpenny

Rigging Gaffer

Gary Ham

Driver

Jack Hardy

1st Assistant Director

David Hargberger

Director Of Photography (Cinema Production Services/Miniature Visual Effects)

David Hargberger

Other

Bruce Harris

Composite Artist

Richard A Harrison

Assistant Music Editor

Shane Harvey

Still Photographer

Dan Hegeman

Dialogue Editor

William Heslup

Art Director

Phil Hess

Foley Editor

David Hibsher

3-D Artist

Melissa Hoffman

Re-Recording Mixer

Junichi Hosoi

"A" Camera Operator

Casey Hotchkiss

"A" Camera Operator

Gaston Howard

Stunts

Sally Hudson

Graphic Designer

Larry Hurst

Stand-By Carpenter

Dan Irwin

Driver

Travis J

Best Boy Greens

Carol Jackson

Stunts

Ernie Jackson

Stunts

Stephen Jackson

Chief Lighting Technician

Mark Jacobs

Production Resources

David Jacox

Stunts

Gilbert Jamault

Generator Operator

Ron James

Stunts

Brian Jansen

Carpenter'S Helper

Brian Jansen

Other

Lee Jenkinson

Accounting Assistant

Mike Jocelyn

Stand-In

Ken Johnson

Driver

Fred Jordan

Stunts

Joey Jow

Props Buyer

Ginger Joyce

Accountant (Cinema Production Services/Miniature Visual Effects)

John Joyce

Lead Modelmaker (Cinema Production Services/Miniature Visual Effects)

Michael Joyce

Supervisor

Alessandro Juliani

Song Performer ("Rocky Mountain High (French Version)")

Herminio Kam

Other

Jason Kaufman

Modelshop Crew (Cinema Production Services/Miniature Visual Effects)

Mark S. Kaufman

Music Clearance Executive

Constance A Kazmer

Dialogue Editor

Troy Keepence

Fabricator/Welder

Julian Keyser

"A" Camera 1st Assistant (2nd Unit)

Julian Keyzer

Camera Assistant

Anthony King

Other

Aaron Kirsch

1st Assistant Camera (Cinema Production Services/Miniature Visual Effects)

Kevin Knight

Assistant Costume Designer

Dave Knudson

Key Grip

Yuka Kobayashi

Stunts

Tony Kochan

Assistant Special Effects/Fabricator

Bud Lafaut

Video Assist

Bryan Lamoureux

Apprentice Editor

Michael Langlois

Stunt Man

Jim Lauance

Driver

Jody Levin

Executive In Charge Of Post-Production

David Lewis

Other

Michael Lewis

Production Attorney

Lisa Love

Makeup Department Head

Phillip Lunt

Best Boy Greens

Carol Macdonald

"A" Camera Operator 2nd Assistant

Terry Mackay

Assistant Location Manager

Lonnie Mackenzie

Extras Casting Assistant

Iain A Macleod

Set Dresser

George Macri

Other

Leona Maddeaux

Accounting Trainee

Michael R Magnusson

2nd Assistant Director (2nd Unit)

J.j. Makaro

Stunt Man

J.j. Makaro

Stunt Coordinator

Kit Mallet

Stunt Man

Bev Martin

Stunts

Steven D Martin

Lead Carpenter

Cotton Mather

Stunts

Coreen Mayrs

Casting

Coreen Mayrs

Casting Assistant (Canada)

Johanna Mazur

Art Department Production Assistant

George Mccarthy

Assistant Editor

Doug Mccord

Set Dresser

Christopher Mccormick

Modelshop Crew (Cinema Production Services/Miniature Visual Effects)

Brooke K Mcgill

Accounting Clerk

Film Details

Also Known As
Destination Finale
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Horror
Release Date
2000
Production Company
Aon/Albert G. Ruben Insurance Services; Cast & Crew Entertainment Services; Cis Vancouver; Clairmont Camera, Inc.; Custom Film Effects; Deluxe Entertainment Services Group; Entertainment Clearances, Inc.; General Media Communications Inc; Kona Cutting; La Digital Post; Location Caterers; NBC News; National Basketball Association; New Line Cinema; New Line International; Nhl Network; Pinewood Studios, Ltd.; Pixel Magic; Sony Pictures Scoring Stage; Soundelux; Spacecam Systems, Inc.; William F. White International, Inc.
Distribution Company
NEW LINE CINEMA (NEW LINE); Aurum Producciones; Constantin Film Development, Inc.; Contender Entertainment; Distribution Company; Entertainment Film Distributors, Ltd.; Fs Film Oy; Gaga Communications (Parent); Kinepolis Film Distribution; Metropolitan Filmexport; Myndform; New Line Cinema; Nexo Digital; RCV Distribution; Rialto Films; SF Studios; StudioCanal; Studiocanal; Videocine; Village Roadshow Limited; Warner Bros. Pictures International
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 37m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Feature directorial debut for television writer James Wong.

Began shooting May 25, 1999.

Completed shooting August 13, 1999.

Released in United States Spring March 17, 2000

Released in United States Spring March 17, 2000