The pandemic has forced a lot of important meetings into the virtual world, with Zoom somewhat replacing face-to-face interviews. While there’s obviously a lack of a human element when you can’t really make eye contact with a person through the screen, it has created space for more creative ways of delivering pitches to people. executive directors. As THR reports, the two made their final pitch with a burning fireplace behind, and when the meeting ended, the fire spiraled out of control and ignited the fireplace.
The filmmakers stopped the meeting to put out the fire, and after everyone breathed a sigh of relief from danger, a loud, creaking sound was heard, before a ceiling fan came flying down, decapitating one of them. In the directors, a death is alluded to the “Final Destination” but is never actually realized.
Thanks to some pre-recorded footage and visual effects, Lipovsky and Stein incorporated their own “Final Destination” death into their pitch meeting, to the absolute satisfaction of their operators. operator and manufacturer. It’s a sign that not only do they both appreciate and value the franchise’s legacy, but they know exactly the kind of energy this franchise deserves.
https://www.slashfilm.com/1023466/final-destination-6-directors-zach-lipovsky-and-adam-b-stein-got-the-job-in-the-most-unusual-way/ Final Destination 6 Directors Zach Lipovsky and Adam B. Stein got the job in the most unusual way