About Jeffrey: Jeffrey Reddick got his start in the film industry by interning at New Line Cinema when he was 19. He worked at the studio for over 11 years. But Reddick shot to horror film fame with the creation of “Final Destination.” New Line Cinema released the original “Final Destination” in 2000 and the movie earned over $100 Million at the worldwide box office. “Final Destination 2” was released in 2003. Jeffrey co-wrote the story and served as an Executive Producer on the sequel, which also crossed the $100 million mark worldwide. With the release of the fifth “Final Destination” in August of 2011, Reddick has cemented his status as one of the few screenwriters to create an enduring horror franchise.
Reddick has sold, or optioned, over 15 projects for film and television. Credits include Lions Gate’s thriller, “Tamara,” the remake of George Romero’s classic, “Day of the Dead” and USA Networks’ “Return to Cabin by the Lake.” Currently, Reddick is developing several projects, including “The Undertakers,” for Modernciné, based off the young adult series – and “Superstition,” for Global Renaissance Entertainment.