‘Premonition 6’ It’s already one of the most anticipated films of the coming months and will be the first entry in the horror franchise in over a decade.
For those unfamiliar, the saga’s central plot revolves around a group of people who escape certain death when one of them has a vision – only to be hunted by an evil, unseen entity that needs to get the world back on track. The most interesting thing is that the antagonist is not a serial killerbut Death itself, who creates various artifices so that those who escaped meet their end.
Now, a new publication from Downtown LA Law Group revealed which accidents are most likely to occur in real life, comparing them to the way they were portrayed in the movies and how many actually happened last year in the United States.
- Ladder-related accidents: 4162 (‘Premonition 2’: eye gouged out by a fire escape).
- Movable fences: 2121 (‘Premonition 5’: cut in half by a metal fence).
- Weight lifting: 930 (‘Premonition 3’: crushed by pesos).
- Oil burn: 335 (‘Premonition 5’: oil spill from a truck).
- Accidents related to lawn mowers: 229 (‘Premonition 4’: stone thrown into the eye by a lawn mower).
- Malfunctioning escalators: 211 (‘Premonition 4’: dragged by the gears of an escalator).
- Accidents related to nail guns: 160 (‘Premonition 3’: skull piercing by a nail gun).
- Accidents related to roller coasters: 14 (‘Premonition 3’: roller coaster crash).
- Burns with barbecue: 10 (‘Premonition 2’: explosion during barbecue).
- Accidents with tanning beds: 1 (‘Premonition 3’: tanning beds catch fire).
According to Varietythe filmmaker Jon Watts (‘Spider-Man: No Homecoming’) will produce the new film in the saga, which will be released directly on the streaming service of HBO Max.
Based on a treatment by Watts, the screenplay will be written by Lori Evans Taylor (‘Wicked Wicked Games’) e Guy Busick (‘Panic’).
Dianne McGunigle, Craig Perry e Sheila Hanahan Taylor will also serve as producers.
“Me and Dianne have been huge fans of the Final Destination franchise since the beginning,” stated Watts in a statement. “Being able to actively participate in the development of a new story with the original team and New Line will be fun and exciting.”
Previously, Jeffrey Reddickcreator of the franchise ‘premonition‘ had confirmed that the new film in the franchise was still in development.
“We don’t give up. They were developing a new franchise movie until the Coronavirus pandemic hit. They will continue production once things get back to normal.” stated.
— Jeffrey Reddick 🌈 (@JeffreyaReddick) November 22, 2020
Reddick also gave fans a taste of what the next chapter of the franchise will look like – starting with making it clear that it won’t be a “reboot” in the traditional sense.
“It’s not really a reboot. If the formula isn’t broken, don’t fix it,” she stated.
Recently, the producer Craig Perry gave plot details:
“We are playing with the world of first responders: paramedics, firefighters and police. These people deal with death on the front lines every day, and they make choices that may or may not kill people… We’re thinking that this world might be an interesting bias for a movie. [da saga] ‘Premonition’and one that can generate a unique picture in a very believable way”.
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The first ‘premonition‘ was released in 2000 and spawned 4 sequels. The apex of the series was in 2009, with ‘premonition 4‘, which made nearly $200 million at the worldwide box office. The fifth and final film was released in 2011 and grossed $157 million worldwide.
Combined, the five feature films grossed more than $665 million.