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  1. The real reason ‘Snakes on a Plane’ failed › creativity › real-reason-snakes

    Aug 21, 2006 · The headlines read like this: “Snakes on a Plane Has Just Enough Box Office Bite for No. 1,” “Snakes on a Plane Fails to Charm Moviegoers,” and the metaphor deficient, “Snakes on a Plane ...

  2. Snakes on a Plane (2006) - Goofs - IMDb › title › tt0417148

    Continuity. (at around 1h 7 mins) When Sean asks the other passengers to block the stairs from the snakes they start unloading lots of bags from the overhead compartments although the top floor of the plane was originally empty except for the two agents and Sean. 17 of 17 found this interesting.

  3. Snakes on a Plane | The Dubbing Database | Fandom › wiki › Snakes_on_a_Plane

    Snakes on a Plane is a 2006 American action-thriller film directed by David R. Ellis and starring Samuel L. Jackson. It was released by New Line Cinema on August 18, 2006, in North America. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.

  4. Just plane wrong about snakes | Entertainment ... › features › entertainment

    Aug 21, 2006 · Snakes On a Plane contains scenes of the slithery reptiles stalking airplane passengers, sometimes concealing themselves in hiding places (like an overhead compartment) so they can jump out and ...

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  6. Snakes on a Plane - Wikipedia › wiki › Snakes_on_a_Plane

    Snakes on a Plane is a 2006 American action film directed by David R. Ellis and starring Samuel L. Jackson. It was released by New Line Cinema on August 18, 2006, in North America. The film was written by David Dalessandro, John Heffernan, and Sebastian Gutierrez and follows the events of hundreds of snakes being released on a passenger plane ...

    • August 17, 2006 (Puerto Rico), August 18, 2006 (United States)
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  7. Snakes on a ... zzzzzzz | Scanners | Roger Ebert › scanners › snakes-on-a--zzzzzzz

    Jun 08, 2006 · It's about snakes. On a plane, bitch! For many months we've been hearing about the "brilliant" high-concept of "Snakes on a Plane." Hey, the whole premise is right there in the title! I guess after "Die Hard on a Plane" ("Die Hard 2") and "Die Hard on a Boat" ("Under Seige") and "Die Hard on Another Plane" ("Passenger 57") and "Die Hard on a Bus" ("Speed") and "Die Hard on Another Boat ...

  8. Snakes on a Plane (2006) - Rotten Tomatoes › m › snakes_on_a_plane

    A movie about snakes on a plane does not need to be straightforward; it only has a shot if it is either genuinely scary or so incredibly over the top it's funny. Snakes on a Plane is neither, but ...

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  9. No Snakes On The Plane: American Airlines Cracks Down On ... › sites › michaelgoldstein

    May 17, 2018 · No snakes on a plane; American Airlines is finally joining United and Delta in banning a Noah's Ark of emotional support animals, just in time for the summer travel season.

  10. Snakes on a Plane | Disasterpedia Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Snakes_on_a_Plane
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    After witnessing gangster Eddie Kim (Lawson) brutally beat U.S. Prosecutor Daniel Hayes (Nicholson) to death in Hawaii, Sean Jones (Nathan Phillips) is escorted by FBI agents Neville Flynn (Jackson) and John Sanders (Houghton) on a Boeing 747-400 to testify in a trial in Los Angeles. Despite increased security for the flight, Kim arranges for a time-release crate full of venomous snakes to be placed in the cargo hold in an attempt to bring down the plane before it reaches Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). To ensure the snakes attack the passengers without being provoked, he has one of his henchmen disguised as an airport ground employee spray the passengers' leis with a special pheromone which make the snakes more aggressive in their attack.The crate opens midway through the flight and the snakes make their way through the cabin. A couple having sex in the lavatory are the first killed. The plane's captain, Sam McKeon, investigates and fixes an electrical short, but is killed...

    Samuel L. Jackson as Agent Neville Flynn, an FBIagent assigned to protect Sean Jones on his flight to Los Angeles.
    Julianna Marguliesas Claire Miller, a flight attendant.
    Nathan Phillips as Sean Jones, a surfer and dirtbikeracer who witnesses a brutal murder committed by Eddie Kim.
    Rachel Blanchard as Mercedes, a socialite passenger who brings her pet ChihuahuaMary-Kate aboard.

    The story is credited to David Dalessandro, a University of Pittsburgh administrator and first-time Hollywood writer. He developed the concept in 1992 after reading a nature magazine article about Indonesian brown tree snakes climbing onto planes in cargo during World War II. He originally wrote the screenplay about the brown tree snake loose on a plane, titling the film Venom. He soon revised it, expanding upon the premise to include a plague of assorted venomous snakes, then—crediting the film Alien—revised it once again to include "lots of them loose in the fuselage of a plane." Dalessandro's third draft of Venom was turned down by more than 30 Hollywood studios in 1995. However, in 1999, a producer for MTV/Paramount showed interest in the script, followed up by New Line Studios, which took over the rights for production.Originally, the film, under the working title "Snakes on a Plane", was going to be directed by Hong Kong action director Ronny Yu. Jackson, who had previously wo...


    Black Flame published the novelization of the film, written by Christa Faust. The 405–page novel contains significant backstories for the characters and introduces other characters that were not featured in the film. An illustrated book from Thunder's Mouth Press, Snakes on a Plane: The Guide to the Internet Ssssssensation by David Waldon, details the Internet phenomenon and was published July 28, 2006. Waldon details various viral videos relating to the film's craze, and interviewed their pr...


    On March 16, 2006, New Line Cinema announced a contest on TagWorld and a website promoting the film. The contest allowed artists on TagWorld to have their music featured in the film. A flood of SoaP-themed songs were submitted by artists such as Captain Ahab (who ultimately won the contest), Louden Swain, the Former Fat Boys, Nispy, and others. In addition, a music video for the film, "Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)" by Cobra Starship, was released on July 10, 2006 on MTV2's Unleashed. The musi...


    Beginning in May 2006, episodes of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and its sister show The Colbert Report contained references to Snakes on a PlaneTemplate:'s title, the catchphrase, and general premise.Template:Citation needed On August 15, 2006, Samuel L. Jackson guest featured on The Daily Show, opening with the film's catchphrase. Keith Olbermann featured stories about the film and Internet buzz several times on his MSNBC news program Countdown. In addition, G4's Attack of the Show!featur...

    Template:Quote boxSnakes on a Plane debuted on August 18, 2006. The film opened in 3,555 theaters and had some late-night screenings on August 17. In a move meant to exploit the attention from the film, a straight-to-DVD Z-movie horror film with a supernatural twist, Snakes on a Train, was released on August 15, 2006, three days before the film's theatrical release.

    The soundtrack for the film was released on August 15, 2006. The enhanced portion of the CD contains what was considered the "best of the best" of the amateur Internet creations inspired by the film, including the songs "Snakes on the Brain" by Captain Ahab and "Here Come the Snakes (Seeing Is Believing)" by Louden Swain. The single "Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)" peaked at the 32nd position of Billboard's Hot Modern Rock Tracksin 2006. 1. "Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)" by Cobra Starship, William Beckett, Maja Ivarsson, Travie McCoy 2. "The Only Difference Between Martyrdom and Suicide Is Press Coverage" (Tommie Sunshine Brooklyn Fire Remix) by Panic! at the Disco 3. "Black Mamba" (Teddybears Remix) by The Academy Is... 4. "Ophidiophobia" by Cee-Lo Green 5. "Can't Take It" (The Baldwin Brothers "El Camino Prom Wagon" Remix) by The All-American Rejects 6. "Queen of Apology" (Patrick Stump Remix) by The Sounds 7. "Of All the Gin Joints in All the World" (Tommie Sunshine's Brooklyn Fire...

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