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  • Jason X
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  • The film was conceived by Todd Farmer and was the only pitch he gave to the studio for the movie, having suggested sending Jason into space as means to advance the franchise while Freddy vs. Jason was still in development hell.
  • The film was conceived by Todd Farmer and was only pitch that he gave to the studio, having suggested sending Jason into space as a means to advance the film series, while Freddy vs. Jason was still in develoment hell.
  • Jason X is a 2002 science fiction/slasher film, and the tenth in the Friday the 13th film series, starring Kane Hodder as the undead mass murderer Jason Voorhees. The film made $16,951,798 worldwide with a budget of $14 million. Thus far, it is the last appearance of Kane Hodder in the role of Jason Voorhees. The film was conceived by Todd Farmer and was the only pitch he gave to the studio for the movie. Jason X is set in the distant future to prevent conflict with the continuity of the series.
  • Jason X is a 2001 science fiction/slasher film, and the tenth in the Friday the 13th film series, starring Kane Hodder as the undead mass murderer Jason Voorhees. The film made $16,951,798 worldwide. The film was conceived by Todd Farmer and was the only pitch he gave to the studio for the movie, having suggested sending Jason into space as means to advance the franchise while Freddy vs. Jason was still in development hell.
  • The movie is mainly about Jason being captured by the U.S. government and getting transported to the 25th century, continuing his killing spree on a space ship. The movie was not a great box office success. It was made on a budget of $14,000,000 and earned more than $16,000,000. It was rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America for strong violence and horror, some sexual content and bad language. The next movie in the series would be Freddy vs. Jason, which takes place before the time in which Jason X is set. In 2009, the remake of Friday the 13th was released.
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Premiere
  • 2002-04-26
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striking strength
  • Wall Level Tree Level
Durability
  • Large Building Level
strength lifting
  • Super Human Level
Stamina
  • Infinite
Intelligence
  • Borderline
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Written
Running Time
  • 5460.0
Range
  • Tree Level
Tagline
  • Evil Gets An Upgrade
Starring
Date
  • --04-26
  • --07-24
Origin
  • Jason X
Timeline
  • Original
Age
  • 300
Speed
  • Below Human Level
Editing
Directed
Produced
Runtime
  • 5520.0
  • 91.0
Producer
  • Sean S. Cunningham
  • Geoff Garrett
  • James Isaac
  • Marilyn Stonehouse
  • Noel Cunningham
Distributed
Country
  • United States
Name
  • Jason Voorhees
  • Jason X
Caption
  • Theatrical release poster
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Language
  • English
Preceded By
Cinematography
  • Derick V. Underschultz
Title
  • Jason X
Music
  • Harry Manfredini
Gross
  • 1.7E7
  • 1.6951798E7
Studio
  • Crystal Lake Entertainment
  • Friday X Productions
Jason X
  • 300
Jason
  • 300
Distributor
ID
  • 211443
  • jason_x
  • jasonx
Released
  • 2001-07-24
  • 2002-04-26
  • --04-26
  • --07-24
Classification
  • Human
Gender
  • Male
Based on
  • Characters by Victor Miller
NEXT
Rating
  • 4.300000
Budget
  • 1.1E7
  • 1.4E7
Writer
  • Todd Farmer
  • Victor Miller
Director
  • James Isaac
Followed By
  • Freddy vs. Jason
striking speed
  • Human Level
reaction speed
  • Below Human Level
destructive capacity
  • Human Level Human+ Level Wall+ Level
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  • The film was conceived by Todd Farmer and was the only pitch he gave to the studio for the movie, having suggested sending Jason into space as means to advance the franchise while Freddy vs. Jason was still in development hell.
  • The film was conceived by Todd Farmer and was only pitch that he gave to the studio, having suggested sending Jason into space as a means to advance the film series, while Freddy vs. Jason was still in develoment hell.
  • Jason X is a 2002 science fiction/slasher film, and the tenth in the Friday the 13th film series, starring Kane Hodder as the undead mass murderer Jason Voorhees. The film made $16,951,798 worldwide with a budget of $14 million. Thus far, it is the last appearance of Kane Hodder in the role of Jason Voorhees. The film was conceived by Todd Farmer and was the only pitch he gave to the studio for the movie. Jason X is set in the distant future to prevent conflict with the continuity of the series.
  • Jason X is a 2001 science fiction/slasher film, and the tenth in the Friday the 13th film series, starring Kane Hodder as the undead mass murderer Jason Voorhees. The film made $16,951,798 worldwide. The film was conceived by Todd Farmer and was the only pitch he gave to the studio for the movie, having suggested sending Jason into space as means to advance the franchise while Freddy vs. Jason was still in development hell.
  • The movie is mainly about Jason being captured by the U.S. government and getting transported to the 25th century, continuing his killing spree on a space ship. The movie was not a great box office success. It was made on a budget of $14,000,000 and earned more than $16,000,000. It was rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America for strong violence and horror, some sexual content and bad language. The next movie in the series would be Freddy vs. Jason, which takes place before the time in which Jason X is set. In 2009, the remake of Friday the 13th was released.
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