According to Bloody Disgusting, Warner Bros. have confirmed that they are developing a fifth film in the Final Destination franchise, simply because they, and I quote WB head Alan Horn, "can't resist".
Despite the fourth film, The Final Destination, being titled and touted as the last, it proved that the horror franchise was far from death financially, having opened at the top of the box office, beating Rob Zombie's Halloween II, and eventually grossing $180 million worldwide on a budget of $40 million. So, it looks as if another lot of inventive, fateful deaths will be coming to the big screen in the next year or two. Personally, I've enjoyed the series, and the original was certainly a very original concept. Last summer's fourth movie I pretty much rate the same as all the sequels in that it was fairly enjoyable, yet formulaic fair, yet with a 3D kick.