August 21, 2006

'Snakes On A Plane' Safety Instructions

'Snakes on a Plane' (SoaP) must be one of the most talked-about movies of this season.

Samuel L. Jackson plays an FBI agent who is escorting a witness on a flight from Hawaii to Los Angeles when an assassin releases hundreds of deadly snakes on a commercial airplane in order to eliminate the witness. The FBI agent, along with a rookie pilot, frightened crew and passengers must then band together in a desperate attempt to survive.

Take a look at the hilarious in-flight safety instruction card that was distributed during Comic-Con recently. (Click on the pic to get a larger view.)


1 comment:

The Great Swifty said...

Despite its hype, Snakes on a Plane only made 15 million in its first weekend. Shows that insane hype online does not transfer to mainstream. Just bloggers, Myspace users, internet addicts are into it.

Or rather, people seem to care more about the film's MARKETING (and title) than the actual film.