Alan Bishop tries to go on vacation, but Death has other plans for him. After seeing a cruise ship explode before it happens, he saves himself and others from a terrible fate. But when Death realizes the list is incomplete, the survivors begin to perish one by one. In a race against time, Alan must find the secret of this and other disasters to defeat Death once and for all, before he and his friends reach their Final Destination.
Alan Bishop-A college student and the main protagonist who has the premonition
(could be played by Logan Lerman)
April Rosseau-One of the secondary protagonists and Alan's love interest; also a college student
(I think Kristen Stewart would be her)
Jordan Hollway-The other secondary protagonist and Alan's best friend; he's currently unemployed
(Brandon T. Jackson would be Jordan)
Mark Caughlin-A detective trying to figure out the cause of the disasters from the previous films
(I'd have to go with Chris O'Donnell for this part)
Holly Richardson-A college student who's Terry's sister and April's friend
(probably Rooney Mara)
Carson Randolph-A business tycoon, former mechanical designer, and Renee's father; he is also unknowingly the Servant of Death
(Stephen Lang, I think)
Renee Randolph-a selfish businesswoman and Carson's daughter
(Gwyneth Paltrow could be Renee)
Nathan Fields-April's boyfriend who works at the local aquarium
(Nathan would be played by Cam Gigandet)
Monique Sampson-Holly and April's friend and a hairstylist
(Camille Winbush would be Monique)
Terry Richardson-Holly's sister and one of April's classmates
(Amanda Seyfried would work)
Dominic Powell-a sawmill worker and Greg's father
(Will Arnett, though his character wouldn't last long)
Greg Powell-Dominic's son
Katherine Bishop-Alan's mother
Jake-Dominic's friend and co-worker
William Bludworth-a retired mortician
(Tony Todd, of course)
The White Dove-the soul of Clear Rivers in the form of a white dove, she tries to help give the White Maiden survivors a second chance at life
(Ali Larter, not hard to figure out)
A white dove is perched on a sign at the pier. Alan and his friends, Jordan and April, along with April's boyfriend Nathan, are about to go on a cruise, the White Maiden. His girlfriend just broke up with him, so he really doesn't want to go, but his friends convince him to stay. Terry and Holly are debating who should ask the guy in front of them, Mark, for his phone number. Renee is talking to her father on her cell phone. Dominic is talking to his son, Greg. A seagull poops on Nathan's shoe, causing him to swear at it. They all board the ship a couple of minutes later.
Everyone is gathered in the ship's ballroom for a show. After awhile on the ship, one of the ship's boilers starts to overheat. As Alan senses that something is wrong, the boiler explodes, causing a series of explosions. One explosion sends shrapnel everywhere, that kills several people, including a man in a Red Sox hat. It also causes a bench to break apart and impale Greg twice (once through the head and once through the torso). Dominic, Greg's father, is horrified. He takes a step forward, only to have his throat slit by a decorative shark tooth that flies off of a wall in another explosion.
The passengers start panicking. Holly is crushed by part of the ceiling, while her sister Terry is sliced in half by part of the ship. Another explosion sends a chair flying into Renee's head, breaking her neck. April and Nathan run towards a lifeboat. Nathan gets in first. The lifeboat suddenly drops a few feet. Then, another explosion sends fire erupting through the side of the ship, incinerating Nathan and the lifeboat he was in. Alan and Jordan find April and try to calm her down. They run towards another lifeboat, only to have part of one of the ship's smokestacks come down and crush Jordan. Alan and April try to find another way off when they see Mark. He's on fire, and then his torso is impaled on part of the ship that flies into him. Another explosion sends Alan into a hole in the floor and April through a glass window, killing her while her blood splatters all over the ground. Alan tries to get up, and sees another boiler in front of him, also overheating and about to explode. As he screams, the boiler explodes.
Right before Alan is killed in the explosion, he comes to, realizing it hasn't happened yet. He hears April telling him to relax and sees the seagull poop on Nathan's shoe, with him swearing at it, like he saw in his vision. Right before everybody boards the ship, Alan freaks out, yelling out how the ship's going to explode, and trying to stop everyone from boarding the ship. Jordan and April try to calm him down. Soon Mark and Renee complain about how they're holding up the line. Jordan tells Mark to stay out of it. He swears at Jordan, and the two start fighting. Dominic tells his son to get on the ship while he tries to break up the fight. Because of the fight, Jordan and Mark are no longer allowed to board the ship, and are given refunds. Alan, April, and Nathan leave, with April comforting Alan. Nathan tells April to leave him here while they go on the cruise, and April tells him not to be so insensitive. Holly, Terry, Dominic, and Renee forget to board the ship because of the fight. After the White Maiden leaves, it explodes moments later. Dominic panics, knowing his son is still on the ship. Just then, another explosion sends a scrap of metal flying from the ship onto the pier. It strikes a kerosene barrel, causing it to explode and shatter a nearby picnic table. The wood shards from the table fly into the man wearing the Red Sox hat, impaling his entire body. The man's corpse falls backwards, filled with blood and splintering wood. The survivors look at what just transpired as the White Maiden sinks to the bottom of the sea.
Dominic: When Alan gets home, his mother comforts him. That night, he has a nightmare where he's strangled to death by a wire. He wakes up and freaks out a little bit, but goes back to sleep. At the funeral for the casualties of the White Maiden, Alan can't stop thinking about the vision he had, but April tells him not to worry about it. As they leave the church, a small sawblade flies off of a construction worker's tablesaw, past Alan, and into Jordan's car. As Jordan complains about the damage, Alan notices the blade landed on the playboy model painted on his car, right down the upper middle half of the girl's body. Alan thinks nothing of it and heads home with his mother. Meanwhile, Dominic is working at his job at the local sawmill. He's talking to his friend Jake about his son's death. Jake soon leaves and goes home. After the sawblade suddenly shuts down, Dominic reaches though a hole in the floor to fix it. When he tries to get one of his tools, he realizes that he's stuck in the opening. While flailing around, his legs knock his toolbox into a broom, which causes the broom to fall onto a button that makes the conveyor belt move ten times faster than normal. The broomstick moves downward and trips a switch that drops a log onto the conveyor belt. Because the belt is moving so fast, the log is propelled into the sawblade, sending the blade upwards through the upper half of Dominic's body (immediately after the blade hits him, the camera switches over to his lower half as his legs twitch. The camera then focuses on right below Dominic. His blood and some of his guts fall to the floor, and the two halves of his glasses, cracked and bloodied, fall on top of his guts). The next morning, Jake sees Dominic in the floor and says that he probably got stuck again, implying that this has happened before. He pulls him out, and sees the upper half of his body in two halves. Jake panics.
Terry: Later that day, Alan is walking past the sawmill, which is closed off and has a large group of people around it. He asks somebody what happened, and the guy says that some guy got cut in half by a sawblade. Alan remembers the sawblade hitting the girl painted onto Jordan's car. He goes to see April, who tells him that she remembers a story she read about Flight 180 and how some guy saw the plane explode before it happened, and how all the survivors died in freak accidents afterward. Alan mentions other accidents he heard about just like them. Meanwhile, Holly and Terry are at a hair salon. Their friend, Monique, welcomes them while a nearby shelf collapses. Monique puts it back up, saying she has to get it fixed. Terry sits in the chair beneath the shelf and lays her head back in a water filled sink, while Holly takes a chair opposite Terry's. Monique is getting a curling iron ready for Holly when the phone rings. She puts the curling iron on the loose shelf without thinking and goes to answer the phone. Holly decides to get a magazine while she waits and gets up. Alan, leaving April's house, sees a rat walking through a puddle on the ground. Suddenly, a telephone cable snaps and falls into the puddle, electrocuting the rat. Alan then starts wondering if Death is after the White Maiden survivors, like what happened with the Flight 180 survivors, and why he's seeing these strange things. After Holly leaves to get a magazine, a hook holding a decoration comes undone, sending the hook falling right where Holly's head was, meaning if she hadn't left, her head would have been impaled on it. Suddenly, part of the ceiling where the hook was falls onto the loose shelf the curling iron is on. The shelf again collapses, this time dropping the curling iron into the water-filled sink Terry's head is in. Terry is electrocuted and killed instantly. Monique comes out of the back room and sees smoke coming from Terry. She look's at her burnt head and screams. Holly runs over and cries at the loss of her sister. A few hours later, April calls Alan, saying that Terry just got electrocuted. Alan then comes to the realization that death really is after the White Maiden survivors. After Holly tells him the hook would have impaled her if she didn't move, he instantly thinks that death is no longer after her.
Renee: Alan is trying to think of who's next when he has the vision of himself being strangled by the wire again. After coming to, he sees Renee walk past him on the street. He recognizes her and tells her she's in danger. She doesn't believe him. Just then, her father, Carson, comes by and tells Alan to leave her alone. Alan mentions Flight 180, and Carson yells at him to stay away from him and his daughter. Renee gets in her car with her father and leaves while Alan wonders why Carson snapped after hearing about Flight 180. Alan then notices a business card that Carson dropped. It mentions the address of his office building. Alan calls Jordan, telling him to go to the office building and find a girl named Renee Randolph. Jordan asks if she's hot, and Alan says that's not the point. Jordan reluctantly agrees. Immediately after he hangs up, Alan sees a blind man trip and break a glass window of a store with his cane by accident. A potted plant then falls from an apartment above the store, hitting the ground right in front of the blind man. The camera then focuses on Carson's office building. There, Renee is at her desk on the 48th floor when a co-worker asks her to deliver some papers to the 42nd floor. She takes them and gets ready to get on the elevator. Jordan is seen rushing to get there, but complaining. The janitor walks by Renee and asks her politely to move while he's cleaning. She refuses. As the elevator door opens up, she realizes that she forgot some papers. She turns around to go back for them and is accidentally sprayed in the eyes by the janitor's cleaner. She manages to stumble back to her desk. Meanwhile, a crane is holding a beam at a construction site across the street. The crane operator drops his walkie talkie. Renee, rubbing her eyes, leans up against the window near her desk. The worker reaches down to grab his walkie talkie and inadvertently causes the crane to swing the beam into the window Renee is leaning against. The beam misses Renee, but the window shatters, causing her to fall from the 48th floor to the street below. Jordan pulls up to the office building, wondering why he's there, and saying the answer isn't just gonna fall right out of the sky. Right after he says that, Renee lands right in front of Jordan's car. She dies on impact, and Jordan freaks out. Carson is then shown at his estate. He gets a call from the hospital and learns of his daughter's death.
Nathan: Jordan heads over to Alan's house, where he tells him about what happened. Alan then tells him about Flight 180, as well as Route 23, the Devil's Flight, and McKinley Speedway. He also mentions the vision he keeps having of himself being strangled. Jordan asks him if he's had any visions of him, but he hasn't. Jordan tells him to figure out who's next when Alan notices the television keeps playing the same scene. Jaws is playing on tv, but the scene where Quint gets bitten by the shark and pulled under keeps playing over and over again. Alan thinks it's another sign, while Jordan again asks him who's next. Alan tells him that it's not either of them. Jordan asks who it is when the camera focuses on Nathan at his job at the aquarium. He's throwing food into the shark tank, and he mentions that he's a little short on food and forgot to feed them the past couple of days. April walks in and mentions what her and Alan talked about. He tells her that she's spending way too much time with him. She argues with him, and he accuses her of cheating on him. After arguing some more, she breaks up with him. Nathan grabs her and tries to force himself on her, but she rips his side open a little with her car keys in self defense. She turns around and goes to leave. Nathan, who's now bleeding, attempts to throw fish guts on her, when he slips and falls into the shark tank. April says that he got what he deserved and leaves. As Nathan's climbing out of the tank, one of the tiger sharks in the tank grabs him. He starts screaming, which causes April to tell him to shut up. He yells some more as the shark drags him under the water. April turns around to tell him to stop acting like a baby. Nathan continues to struggle. Alan and Jordan arrive at the aquarium, but too late. The shark bites off most of Nathan's body (from right below the armpits down). What's left of Nathan's body floats to the surface. As April walks over to yell at him, she sees what's left of him and his blood all over the place. She screams as the shark swims away. The white dove from the beginning of the movie looks on through a window before flying away.
Holly and Jordan: Holly and Monique are at the shopping mall. While at a clothing store, Monique tries to make Holly feel better after what happened to her sister. As they leave the store, they head towards a glass elevator. Alan goes to the library and looks up more information about the disasters. Alan then has another vision. This time, he's back on the White Maiden. He sees Holly get crushed and Terry cut in half. However, after Nathan gets incinerated, instead of on the deck, he's back in the ship's ballroom. He sees Holly crawl out of the collapsed ceiling, but another explosion sends a metal rod through the floor and her spine. In other words, she was supposed to die after Nathan the whole time. Meanwhile, Holly and Monique get on the glass elevator. While that's happening, Jordan is seen walking into an auto repair shop, but he drops his cell phone near some rope hanging off the side of the building. Monique notices that she dropped her purse, and leaves the elevator to get it. After she leaves, the elevator door slams shut. Jordan comes out of the shop, and sees his phone on the ground and goes to pick it up. When he walks over to it, he steps into a chain attached to a car that's wrapped around a metal stake in the sidewalk. He puts his arm through the rope and tries to reach his phone. At the mall, Holly tries to get the elevator door open, but to no avail. The elevator then starts to come loose from its hinges. At the auto repair shop, Death intervenes by putting the car the chain's attached to in drive. The car starts slowly rolling down the hill. The chain bends the metal stake enough where it comes off and wraps around Jordan's legs. The chain trips him and causes him to fall in the rope hanging off the building. With his upper body tangled in the rope, he starts getting pulled in two different directions. While struggling, he drops his pocketknife. Alan calls Monique and asks her where Holly is. She tells him at the mall. After hanging up, a newspaper article flies into his car. The headline talks about the dangers of elevators and one that recently collapsed. After reading the article, he starts up his car and speeds towards the mall. When he gets there, the elevator is about to come off of its hinges. Alan grabs a ladder from a nearby home improvement store. Him and Monique use the ladder to break open the glass elevator. They tell Holly to grab it. She does, and just seconds before the elevator crashes to the ground floor. While that's happening, Jordan is still being stretched. He sees his pocketknife on the ground and tries to reach it, but can't. Alan and Monique manage to pull Holly up to safety. After they do, he sees a kid tearing his little sisters stuffed animal in half. He also notices his little sister called the stuffed animal Jordan. Alan then realizes that Jordan's next. He calls April and asks if she's recently seen Jordan. She says that he mentioned his car battery dying and needing a new one from the auto repair shop. Alan picks up April and they head towards the shop. Jordan is still hopelessly trying to grab his knife. Just then, the white dove appears and flies into Jordan's pocketknife, pushing it closer to him. Jordan finally manages to grab his pocketknife. He uses it to cut the rope and save himself from being pulled apart. Unfortunately, the chain is still wrapped around his legs. The car rolls down the hill and takes Jordan with it. The car crashes into a brick wall at the bottom of the hill. The impact causes Jordan to be pulled under the car. Injured from being dragged down the hill he tries to move out from under the car. However, the impact caused lighter that was sitting on the dashboard to go through the windshield and fall into the car's engine. This causes the car to catch fire. As Alan and April show up, they see Jordan underneath the car. As they start to walk over to help him, the car explodes, killing Jordan instantly. Alan and April, shocked at Jordan's death, are treated for minor cuts and bruises from the debris. While leaving the hospital, Alan has the vision of himself being strangled again. He mentions it to April before seeing Carson ride by in a limo. Carson gives him a dirty look as he leaves.
Mark: Alan remembers Mark from his vision, and tries to find him, knowing that he's next. Alan is driving down the road when he sees Mark pass him at an intersection. He follows him to a restaurant. He tells Mark about his premonition, and asks him to stay out of it. Alan continues to argue with him, and Mark asks him why he should help him after that little stunt that his friend Jordan pulled. Alan says because innocent people are dying and if he knows something that can help, then he shouldn't keep the information to himself. Mark tells Alan that he's a detective, who's been trying to find out for years why the disasters have been happening. He also tells Alan that Carson Randolph, Renee's father, is somehow connected to them. Meanwhile, a hunter at his house nearby loads his shotgun to get ready to hunt some game. He sees his dog run outside, and puts his gun down to get him back in. Alan and Mark walk past the hunter's house, discussing Carson's possible connection to the disasters. Suddenly, Alan sees a neon sign depicting a guy holding a gun pointing upwards start to malfunction. A short circuit causes the gun to fall to the side and point at the guys head. Alan sees it and looks over at Mark, who asks him what's wrong. As Alan's about to tell him what's wrong, every traffic light at the intersection the hunter's house is near turns green. One car swerves to avoid another car, but crashes into the hunter's house. The impact causes a chandelier to fall onto the table the shotgun's laying on and sends it and a nearby crowbar flying. Right when the shotgun's barrel is aligned with Mark's head, the crowbar spins and hits the shotgun's trigger, causing it to fire. It shoots a hole through Mark's head, splattering his blood and brain matter on the ground behind him. Mark's lifeless body then collapses.
April and Alan: Alan rushes to find April, knowing she's next. April is at a park on a hill. Two crows fly around her and fly at her over and over again. She freaks out and accidentally backs up and falls off of the cliff. She manages to hang on. Alan shows up and tries to pull her up. The ground beneath Alan then crumbles, causing him and April to fall. They both manage to grab the side of the cliff. Alan pulls himself up, but April can't. Alan detaches a nearby swing. He wraps one end of the swing's chain around his car's rear bumper and throws the other end down to April. She grabs it. Alan then uses his car to pull up April. They embrace each other as they leave the park. Although April thinks that they've finally cheated death, Alan seems to think otherwise, since his vision of him being strangled hasn't happened yet.
Holly: Alan walks into the library while talking to April on his cell phone. he mentions that he hasn't had the strangling vision since he pulled her up from the cliff. Alan sits down at a computer to look up more information about the disasters. He then reads several articles online stating that some of the survivors cheated death several times, but they still ended up dying (like Alex from the first movie, and Kimberly and Officer Burke from the second). Holly walks in and asks Alan what's wrong. He leaves the library, telling Holly it's not over yet. Holly says that she doesn't understand when Alan sees something in the reflection of the library window. He sees two cars crash into each other behind Holly. He looks over at her, but there's no crash. Holly asks him what's wrong, and Alan says it's not over yet. She says she doesn't understand when a dog tied to a bike rack outside the library breaks free from its leash. Holly sees the dog coming towards her. As she stars running, she trips and falls right in the middle of the road. The dog jumps over her and runs off. As she tries to get up, Alan tells her to watch out. She looks up and sees a van coming towards her. But before she can react, she hears the horn of a hummer coming from behind her. As she looks back, the hummer and the van crash into her at the same time. Holly's crushed between the two vehicles and killed.
April and Alan: After Holly's death, the white dove flies towards Alan. The dove then transforms into Clear Rivers (one of the Flight 180 survivors). She tells Alan that she was a survivor of Flight 180, but Death came back and killed her and her friends. She then goes on to say that she was reincarnated as a dove sometime after the McKinley Speedway incident. Alan also mentions the vision he keeps having of himself being strangled, and Clear says that it's probably a sign showing him how he's supposed to die. Alan asks how him and April can avoid the same fate, and she tells him that she doesn't know, and that only one person possibly could. Clear transforms back into a dove and flies off. He follows Clear to the house of a retired mortician, William Bludworth (from the first two films and the fifth film). He tells Alan that he's seen this many times before. Alan says that there has to be something that he can do, and Bludworth tell him that Death is using someone here on Earth to do his dirty work. And to defeat Death once and for all, the Servant of Death, the one who caused every disaster, must die. Before Alan leaves, Mr. Bludworth tells Alan to tell Clear he said hi. Puzzled, Alan leaves to find April. That night, April is driving down a country road. A thunderstorm starts. April's car suddenly breaks down, right under a construction claw. Alan is trying desperately to find her when he has the vision of himself strangled to death one last time. When he comes to, he sees Carson getting into a limousine. He chases after it. Carson sees Alan and tells his driver to go faster. Lightning strikes the claw, causing it to malfunction. April tries to leave her car, but Death intervenes again, locking the doors of April's car. The claw picks up April's car and lifts it up into the air. It then starts crushing her car with her still in it. As Alan continues to chase Carson, he sees April's car in the mechanical claw. He decides to give up chasing Carson to save her. Carson then drives away, smiling. Alan tries to break into the crane, but it's locked. He throws a rock at it, but the window doesn't break. Desperate, he tries to climb up the machine to the claw. He slips and falls into a wire attached to the claw. It wraps around his neck and starts to strangle him. Alan then realizes that his vision has become reality as the wire tightens around his neck. April manages to climb out of the car partially, but is still being crushed. Alan and April see each other, and they helplessly reach out towards each other. Just then, Clear shows up in the form of the white dove. She flies to the top of the crane and transforms into a human. She releases the cord choking Alan, saving him from being strangled. Clear jumps down to see if he's okay. He thanks her before telling her that they gotta save April. Alan then climbs up the crane. Clear tries to break into the crane, but doesn't fair much better than Alan. She finds a hammer near the crane and bangs it against the window of the claw. She finally breaks it, unlocks the door, and gets in. However, she doesn't know how to shut it off. Blood starts coming out of April's mouth. Alan finally reaches April, who passes out seconds later. While he's trying to pull her out, Clear decides to smash the claw's control panel, which finally shuts it down. Alan then manages to pull April from her car before she's crushed. They both fall to the ground. Alan crawls over to April, who's unconscious. It starts to rain hard. He holds her in his arms, fearing the worst. April then coughs up a little more blood, and wakes up. Alan and April then embrace each other in the middle of the road.
Carson: Two weeks after the accident, Alan and April are eating at the restaurant near the hunter's house (where Mark died). Monique then walks in. April asks her what's up, and she shows April and Alan some information she managed to find about Carson. Apparently, he's a business tycoon and a former mechanical designer and architect. Some of his creations include Flight 180, a few flatbed trucks (one of which caused the Route 23 pile-up), the Devil's Flight roller coaster, several racecars (one of which cause the accident at McKinley Speedway), the North Bay Bridge, and the White Maiden. In other words, he is the Servant of Death, and Death's chain will end with his death. Alan decides that he's not gonna become a killer like Carson, and him and April decide to just keep avoiding death for the rest of their lives (with the exception of Monique). While they're talking, Alan sees Clear walk past him, look over at him, and leave the restaurant. Alan gets up and tries to thank her, but she's already gone. The camera then focuses on an airport (the same airport that Flight 180 departed from before it exploded). A helicopter is shown taking off. Carson is in another helicopter several thousand feet in the air, heading towards Florida. His seatbelt comes undone, and the chopper experiences some sudden turbulence. He falls out of his seat, but manages to hang on to the side of the helicopter and pull himself up. As he stands on the side of the chopper, he looks down at the ground and laughs. The helicopter pilot then mentions that the other chopper that just took off is flying too close to their's. Just then, Clear (now a dove again) flies through the chopper and into Carson, causing him to lose his balance and fall backwards towards the other chopper's blade. Right before he is sliced to pieces by the chopper's blade, the screen goes black, the sound of flesh being sliced is heard, his blood splatters all over the screen, and the credits role.