During a day of fun at a car race, Nick O'Bannon receives a premonition where he and his friends die due to explosion and collapsed concrete stands, but he cheats on it.
Unlike the previous installments, "The Final Destination" gives a better taste of death with its 3-D version. The first trailer to the film has been released, showing how disasters and little incidents that cause deaths can translate in the 3-D version.
Nick O'Bannon went to a car race with his girlfriend Lori and their friends. But he has a premonition of a bizarre sequence that would lead to their deaths and thus he persuades the entourage to get out of the venue. His vision soon becomes a reality and the "destiny" starts to hunt them one by one.
Like its predecessors, this movie will follow the main character in his attempt to cheat death before he himself gets to the final destination. As the fourth and final film, this movie may offer the ultimate solution that works effectively in stopping the pattern.
David R. Ellis, who helmed the least successful installment, "Final Destination 2", is back as the director in this fourth movie. New Line Cinema plan to release it in U.S. on August 28.