Snakes on a Plane! Snakes on a Plane! That’s Snakes! On a Plane! With Samuel L Jackson! With Snakes! On a Plane! What’s not to love?
Indeed, this great film title (effortlessly summing up the entire plot in four words!) is sparking a huge frenzy of activity all over the web as thousands of people get excited about seeing a movie about Snakes! On a Plane! (go on – keep saying it – it just gets funnier and funnier!)
The movie is not even released until August 2006, but that hasn’t stopped the film title appearing in all sorts of media, from T-Shirts to newspaper cartoons and fan-made posters.
First up is this great T-Shirt design, initially found by James Moran over on his ‘The Pen is Mightier than the Spork’ blogsite (here), who subsequently ordered, and is now the proud owner of one of these Tees. Prices for these T-Shirts range from $17.45 upwards, and can be purchased at http://topatoco.com/snakes.htm
No sooner had that appeared before Soulmining pitched in with the news on his 'Feed The Pony' blogsite (here) that another SOAP T-Shirt had been found. Priced at $13, this must-have T-Shirt can be bought online at http://damnation-inc.com/.
Of course, it all then really kicked off with the discovery of an actual Snakes on a Plane blog, called Snakes on a Blog which you can visit here here.
This blog is collecting together all media mentions of Snake on a Plane that have featured simply because of the greatness of the film title. It's also gathering together some cool fan art too, including the picture below;
Just remember. Snakes! On a Plane! With Samuel L Jackson! You've gotta admit, you're pretty excited aren't you...
For even more information and hilarious reading, visit the IMDB page for Snakes on a Planehere, and make sure to read the message boards.
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