One of the most famous horror franchises of the 2000s is resurrected with the director of ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’

In addition to preparing to go behind the scenes of the new version of ‘Fantastic Four’, Jon Watts will produce a new installment of the well-known horror saga.

Jon Watts has made a name for himself in Hollywood by being chosen by Marvel Studios to be placed behind the cameras of the trilogy of the Spider-Man by Tom Holland. The director debuted with Homecoming in 2017 and this film was followed by its sequel Far from home in 2019 and No Way Home in 2021. Watts will continue behind the scenes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe directing the long-awaited new version of Fantastic four, but he also has another film project on his hands. On this occasion, outside the study chaired by Kevin Feige: Resurrecting one of the most famous horror franchises of the 2000s.

As reported Variety, Watts will produce Final Destination 6, the sixth installment of the saga that will be released in HBO Max. Dianne McGunigle, producer and wife of the director, is also part of the project.

“Both Diane and I have been huge fans of Final destination since its inception. So having the opportunity to work on a new story with the original team and New Line it will be fun and excitingWatts said in a statement.

Lori Evans Taylor and Guy Busick are handling the script, which is based on an idea by Watts himself. For now, it is unknown who will be placed behind the cameras of Final Destination 6, since Watts will only act as a producer.

Final destination He made his debut in 2000 with a film starring Devon Sawa and Ali Larter. The premise of the saga is that no one can get rid of death, as it persecutes those who try to escape until they end their lives. Many times in unimaginable ways in which the domino effect plays an important role.

A Final destination followed in 2022 Final Destination 2, again with Larter in his cast but without Sawa. Final Destination 3, with Mary Elizabeth Winstead in its cast, was released in 2005. the final destination 3d Y Final Destination 5 they arrived, respectively, in 2009 and 2011. The franchise also has comics and novels. The saga raised some $657 million Worldwide.

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