Definitely One of My Best Interviews Ever! And the Most Fun! FINAL DESTINATION 5 Interviews with P.J. Byrne, Arlen Escarpeta, Courtney B. Vance! Hear Them Sing! 


This is definitely one of my favorite interviews ever! The trio of P.J. Byrne (Isaac), Arlen Escarpeta (Nathan), and Courtney B. Vance (Agent Block) made it a really fun interview! We laughed, we ruminated, even sang talking about "Final Destination 5."

In this interview, we talked about Vance as the agent of guilt, Byrne as the agent of comedy, and Escarpeta as the agent of reason.

Oh, they also sang, in harmony no less! In the film, everytime Death is about to appear, Kansas' "Dust in the Wind" plays. And so, Byrne, Escarpeta, and Vance sang their hearts out! Call it, "Final Destination" the Musical!

Fun!



To read my movie review of "Final Destination 5," click here:

Here's more info on the film from Yahoo:

A group of co-workers on a corporate retreat escape the collapse of a suspension bridge because of a fellow worker's premonition of the disaster,and then are hunted by an invisible force that seems to be Death itself, coming to collect its due.

Also Known As: 5nal Destination

Genres: Suspense/Horror and Sequel

Release Date: August 12th, 2011 (wide)

Distributors: Warner Bros. Pictures

Production Co.: Practical Pictures

Studios: New Line Cinema, Warner Bros. Pictures

Filming Locations: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Produced in: United States

Starring: Nicholas D'Agosto, Emma Bell, Miles Fisher, Ellen Wroe, Jacqueline MacInnes-Wood Directed by: Steven Quale Produced by: Sheila Hanahan Taylor, Erik Holmberg, Richard Brener

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FINAL DESTINATION 5 Interviews with Nicholas D'Agosto, Emma Bell, Tony Todd 


Have I told you how much "Final Destination 5" exceeded my expectations? This fifth installment has an excellent twist that you would not be able to predict, and Nicholas D'Agosto (Sam Lawton) and Emma Bell (Molly) were game to play their characters.

But I was excited to meet Tony Todd (Bludworth) as well. Mister "Candyman" himself was super-sweet, and the "Final Destination" audience clearly loved that Todd returned for the fifth film. They all clapped upon seeing his name.

I had fun talking to them, and you will have fun watching the movie.



To read my movie review of "Final Destination 5," click here:

Here's more info on the film from Yahoo:

A group of co-workers on a corporate retreat escape the collapse of a suspension bridge because of a fellow worker's premonition of the disaster,and then are hunted by an invisible force that seems to be Death itself, coming to collect its due.

Also Known As: 5nal Destination

Genres: Suspense/Horror and Sequel

Release Date: August 12th, 2011 (wide)

Distributors: Warner Bros. Pictures

Production Co.: Practical Pictures

Studios: New Line Cinema, Warner Bros. Pictures

Filming Locations: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Produced in: United States

Starring: Nicholas D'Agosto, Emma Bell, Miles Fisher, Ellen Wroe, Jacqueline MacInnes-Wood Directed by: Steven Quale Produced by: Sheila Hanahan Taylor, Erik Holmberg, Richard Brener

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FINAL DESTINATION 5 Interviews with Jacqueline McInnes Wood, Miles Fisher, Ellen Wroe 


Jacqueline McInnes Wood (Olivia Castle), Miles Fisher (Peter Friedkin), and Ellen Wroe (Candice Hopper) were a pleasure to talk to! They were promoting their upcoming horror flick," Final Destination 5," and they were excited about the release of the film.

In this interview, we talked about their interest in the film, and if they have experienced premonition much like in the movie.

I was wildly impressed with the fifth installment, and I think you would be too!



To read my movie review of "Final Destination 5," click here:

Here's more info on the film from Yahoo:

A group of co-workers on a corporate retreat escape the collapse of a suspension bridge because of a fellow worker's premonition of the disaster,and then are hunted by an invisible force that seems to be Death itself, coming to collect its due.

Also Known As: 5nal Destination

Genres: Suspense/Horror and Sequel

Release Date: August 12th, 2011 (wide)

Distributors: Warner Bros. Pictures

Production Co.: Practical Pictures

Studios: New Line Cinema, Warner Bros. Pictures

Filming Locations: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Produced in: United States

Starring: Nicholas D'Agosto, Emma Bell, Miles Fisher, Ellen Wroe, Jacqueline MacInnes-Wood Directed by: Steven Quale Produced by: Sheila Hanahan Taylor, Erik Holmberg, Richard Brener

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"Final Destination 5" Movie Review! How Many Kisses Does Death Get? 


“Final Destination 5” surprised the heck out of me. Having exceeded my expectations, the fifth installment of the popular franchise comes with an unpredictable twist that makes the sequel one of the best “Final Destination” movies.


I’m not saying that this is Oscar quality. By all means no. Like most “Final Destination” films, the fifth movie is still saddled with amateurish acting paving the way to unintentionally funny scenes.

But there are genuinely laugh-out-loud moments in the movie. Besides the nervous laughter that each clever but over-the-top death scene elicits, audiences will warm up to some cast members escaping Death’s vengeance. Read More...

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Great Monkey Business for "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," Not So Much for "The Change-Up" 


"Rise of the Planet of the Apes" did not monkey around at the North American box office over the weekend. The prequel to the popular series starring James Franco, Freida Pinto, and Andy Serkis claimed the top spot bowing at No. 1 with $54 million, about $15 million to $20 million more than expected.

("Rise of the Planet of the Apes" movie review)

Meanwhile, previous weekend's box-office champ, Universal's "Cowboys & Aliens" fell to No. 3 with $15.8 million lifting its domestic total to a weak $67.4 million. Over the course of last week, "The Smurfs" ultimately proved that movie audiences loved the little blue creatures more. The Sony kiddie tale remained at No. 2 with $21 million for a domestic total of $76.2 million.

("Cowboys & Aliens" movie review)

Universal is clearly not having a great week. The studio's new comedy, "The Change-Up" starring Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman, flopped, opening at No. 4 with a weak $13.5 million; thus, ending the mighty box-office run of the raunchy comedy genre. Or was it the body-switching-by-way-of-urinating-at-a-magic-fountain genre?

But "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" continued to make box-office magic, becoming this year's top-grossing global release! Its $1.13 billion haul over the weekend surpassed the $1.04 billion total of "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides." Go Harry!

Here's the Top 10 Box-Office Films for the weekend of Aug. 5:

1. "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," $54 million

2. "The Smurfs," $21 million

3. "Cowboys & Aliens," $15.8 million

4. "The Change-Up," $13.5 million

5. "Captain America: The First Avenger," $13 million

6. "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2," $12.2 million

7. "Crazy, Stupid, Love," $12.1 million


8. "Friends with Benefits," $4.7 million

9. "Horrible Bosses," $4.6 million

10. "Transformers: Dark of the Moon," $3 million

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