Snakes on a Plane is a American action thriller film  directed by David R. Ellis and starring Samuel L. 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 in an attempt to kill a trial witness. The film gained a considerable amount of attention before its release, forming large fanbases online and becoming an Internet phenomenon , due to the film's title, casting, and premise. In response to the Internet fan base, New Line Cinema incorporated feedback from online users into its production , and added five days of reshooting. Before and after the film was released, it was parodied and alluded to on television shows and films, fan-made videos, video games , and various forms of literature.
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When Fans Hissed, He Listened
But as websites posted details during preproduction and as shooting got underway last summer, B-movie fans began to react. They wanted more creative snake attacks, more gore, more nudity and more of star Samuel L. How much of the chorus was sincere and how much of it was a desire to propel an already quirky plot over the top is unclear. Nevertheless, based in part on the comments, director David R.
When a pocket of the Internet learned that Samuel L. New Line that it could make a hit by giving the vocal section of the Internet what it wanted: profanity and bombast. Especially since ten years later studios seem to be looking too much at what fans on the internet think and are lessening their products for it. Five days is not a lot of time to change the tone of a movie and yes, aiming for a specific rating does create a very specific tone. The clothes come off and a joint is lit for thrusting.