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NL, Ellis back for another 'Destination'

20 November 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

David R. Ellis is coming back to New Line for more death.

The director has signed to direct and develop Final Destination 4, the latest installment of New Line's popular horror series, which the studio plans to shoot in 3-D.

The premise of the series is that even if you cheat death once, a force that is death itself will stalk you until it finishes what is started, usually in a gruesome fashion. While plot details for "FD4" are being kept under wraps, the movie will stand alone: It will feature new teens facing new forms of death.

The script was written by Eric Bress, who co-wrote Final Destination 2.

Ellis directed the second installment, which was praised for its elaborately orchestrated killings.

New Line's Richard Brener and Walter Hamada are overseeing the project, which has no start date.

The Final Destination films have been solid performers for New Line since they debuted in 2000. The first film grossed $53.3 million, the 2003 sequel made $46.5 million and the third, released in 2006, collected $54 million. »

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ABC spending more time with 'Kyle'

9 May 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

ABC Family has picked up 10 more one-hour episodes of its original series Kyle XY, bringing the total to 23 for its sophomore season.

"We have been delighted with the new episodes, and we're thrilled to be able to extend Season 2," ABC Family president Paul Lee said. " 'Kyle XY' is the highest-rated show ever on ABC Family; it is truly the show that has defined this network."

Kyle, which airs at 8 p.m. Monday, chronicles the experiences of a mysterious teenager (Matt Dallas) with no history or memory. Marguerite MacIntyre, Bruce Thomas and April Matson also star. The second season, produced by ABC Studios, will introduce some of the truth about Kyle's past and his remarkable abilities. The new episodes are set to air early next year.

Kyle XY was created by Eric Bress and J. Mackeye Gruber (Butterfly Effect, Final Destination 2) and is executive produced by Chris Bender, J.C. Spink, Eric Tuchman and David Himelfarb.

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