Final Destination script
Synopsis: Final Destination is an American horror franchise composed of five films, comic books and novels. It is based on an unproduced spec script by Jeffrey Reddick, originally written for the X-Files television series, and was distributed by New Line Cinema. All five films center around a small group of people that escape impending death when one individual (the protagonist of each film) has a sudden premonition and warns them that they will all die in a terrible mass-casualty accident. After evading their foretold deaths, the survivors are killed one by one in bizarre accidents caused by an unseen force engineering complicated chains of cause and effect, resembling Rube Goldberg machines in their complexity.

AIRPORT P.A. (V.O.) (CONT'D)

You are not required to give

money to solicitors.

Alex gathers his bags, as does his best friend TOD WAGGNER and his older

brother GEORGE WAGGNER, standing before their father, JERRY WAGGNER. For

Alex, any psychic tension from the night before seems forgotten in the fun

and excitement of the trip.

MR. WAGGNER

Alright, you guys got everything?

TOD:

Yeah, we're all set Dad.

MR. MURNAU, the French teacher (any further description necessary?) and

leader of the class trip waves his arm.

MR. MURNAU

Les estudients, allons en France!

MR. WAGGNER

Does that mean "go?"

Tod shrugs, "I guess." as he moves to his father and gives him a warm hug

goodbye. Mr. Waggner then gives his older son a hug.

AIRPORT P.A. (V.O.

Atencion senores pasajeros. No

es necesario contribuir...

MR. WAGGNER

I'll miss you guys.

Tod and George gives a wave, as does Alex, who is slapped on the back by Mr.

Waggner.

MR. WAGGNER

Take care of those two, Alex.

ALEX:

I will. Don't worry.

The group begins down the airport toward the check-in counter. In the f.g.,

before the boys, strides a girl, CLEAR RIVERS, 17, reading the TROPIC OF

CANCER. The loner in the group, Clear wears dark colors against the

insecerity of her sex appeal. She appears aloof and more wordly then the

other students.

Readying his ticket and documents, Tod flips open his passport, checking out

his photo.

TOD:

I didn't think anything could

worse than my yearbook picture.

GEORGE:

Now you know how I feel haven'

to look at you all the time.

AIRPORT P.A. (V.O.)

Avis aux passagers...

Mr. Murnau stops the group. Excited, he cups an ear with one hand while

raising a finger toward the public address system.

MR. MURNAU

Entendez classe, qu'est ce que

c'est l'announce?

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Glen Morgan

Morgan was born in Syracuse, New York, and moved to El Cajon, California at the age of 14. While attending El Cajon Valley High School, he met James Wong, who would become his friend and professional partner. Both enrolled at Loyola Marymount University, graduating from the School of Film and Television in 1983, and afterward, wrote many scripts together. Morgan did not want to work on television at first, but wound up accepting a job on 21 Jump Street, which would later earn he and Wong a steady job at Stephen J. Cannell Productions. As Morgan was about to leave the company following scripts for The Commish in 1992, his former boss at Cannell, Peter Roth, invited him to work on a show being developed at 20th Television, The X-Files. more…

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