I donâ€™t think Iâ€™m exaggerating when I say that this summerâ€™s most anticipated movie, Snakes on a Plane, has changed the way I look at life; and, more importantly, the way I look at Samuel L. Jackson.
Jacksonâ€™s appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show last week cleared up some of the facts surrounding the film, which, until now, have been largely up in the air â€” with the snakes.
Confirmed: Jackson wanted to keep the title Snakes on a Plane
When producers expressed reservations about giving too much away in the title and wanted to change it to Pacific Flight 121, a rattled Jackson recoiled. He told DeGeneres: "I signed on to do Snakes on a Plane. I want people to know that when they come to this movie, you're gonna see snakes â€” and you're gonna see people trapped on a plane with snakes."
Confirmed: Jackson will actually deliver the line youâ€™ve been waiting for
â€œItâ€™s time to get these mother f—in' snakes off this mother f—in' plane!â€
Confirmed: Snakes cannot be trained. They can only be managed
Jackson explained: "Thatâ€™s what I kept telling these guys! They would always go, â€˜the snake trainers are cominâ€™!â€™ and Iâ€™d say, no â€” theyâ€™re snake handlers.â€
Confirmed: Youâ€™re not the only one already thinking of the sequel
Go ahead, Google Snakes on a Train.