Warner Brothers aimed to bring viewers to complete visual meltdown with the release of the movie The Final Destination, so they partnered with Virtual Images to promote it.
The creative team at Virtual Images, consisting of 3-D artists and 3-D designers, worked with the studio to create visually stunning art that depicts a human skull and shards of glass jumping out of the piece toward the viewer. The 4th installment in the popular Final Destination film series is receiving hype surrounding the self-exacted slogan, “Death Saved the Best for 3D,” and the 3-D movie posters produced to promote the movie honor that tagline.
Virtual Images produced nearly three hundred 27″x40″ Ultra-3D backlit displays for the release of The Final Destination 4, which are currently displayed in high-traffic theaters across the United States. Ultra-3D movie posters are offered exclusively by Virtual Images.
As a designer, I just thought this was stunning to look at.
The David R. Ellis-directed film, The Final Destination, is in theaters tomorrow, August 28th, and stars Bobby Campo, Shantel VanSanten, Nick Zano, Haley Webb, Mykelti Williamson, Krista Allen, Andrew Fiscella, Stephanie Honore, Jackson Walker, Phil Austin, Juan Kincaid, Monique Detraz, Chris Fry, Tina Parker, Cecile Monteyne, Stacey Dizon, Dane Rhodes, Gabrielle Chapin, Harold Evans, Eric Paulsen and Belford Carver.
Does anyone know who plays “Death” in this one? I know Tony Todd was the ‘voice’ of Death in the previous films.