Final Destination

Everyone dies except for Clear, Alex, and Carter. However they eventually go to Paris and as Alex walks away from the others, he narrowly misses getting run over by a bus. The bus careens out of control and hits a sign, sending it swinging toward Alex, suspended by a cable. Carter knocks him out of the way and the sign swings overhead. Carter says "I told you, you were next.". Alex informs Carter that since he interfered with death's plan, "It just skipped me.". This leaves Carter to wonder and ask "So who's next?". You begin to see the large sign about to crash into Carter, but the film cuts to black before you can see his death.

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Bludworth: In death, there are no accidents, no coincidences, no mishaps and no escapes.

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Trivia: When Alex's air ticket is torn at the checking desk before he boards 180 if you look at the ticket very closely there is a piece of text saying 'Your Final Flight'.

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Question: On the back of the PAL DVD there is a picture of Alex holding back Clear from a car during the day. It looks to be at the place where Terry was killed. Does anyone know if this is a deleted scene not on the DVD? Also, on the commentary the makers of the film said that they shot the bus hit from inside the bus, as well as from the side. Does anyone know where these scenes are now?

Answer: The scene where Terry was killed was most likely shot during the day. It is quite common for film makers to film a scene during the day to get the right lighting effects and then later CGI the night sky and the proper shadowing. This is most effective when you have an area that would otherwise be too dark or have environment that wont allow for the proper lighting for a night shoot. As for the bus, your guess is as good as mine.

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