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Snakes on a Plane

Character: Claire Miller

Directed by: David R. Ellis

Written by: John Heffernan, Sebastian Gutierrez

Produced by: Craig Berenson, Don Granger, Gary Levinson

Cast Members: Samuel L. Jackson, Nathan Phillips, Bobby Cannavale, Flex Alexander, Todd Louiso, Sunny Mabrey, Kenan Thompson, Elsa Pataky, David Koechner

Released date: August 18, 2006

Genre: Action, Adventure, Crime

Duration: 106 minutes

FBI agent Nelville Flynn (Samuel L. Jackson) boards a flight from Hawaii to Los Angeles, escorting a witness to trial. An on-board assassin releases a crate of deadly serpents in an attempt to kill the witness. Flynn and a host of frightened passengers and crew must band together to survive the slithery threat.

Taglines
– On August 18th Summer Really Begins
– At 30,000 feet, snakes aren’t the deadliest thing on this plane.
– Sit back. Relax. Enjoy the fright.
– Airline food ain’t what you gotta worry about.

Trivia
– Julianna Margulies has stated that she’s terrified of snakes in real life. In an appearance on the Ellen Degeneres show in 2012, Ellen even tried to scare her with a fake snake.

Character’s Quotes
I love it when you demean me, Rick.
I’m sorry but first class is overbooked, but there is plenty of room to stretch out in coach which is only half-full. For the inconvenience we would like to offer you this travel voucher which is good on any date for any South Pacific Airlines flight.

Script developed by Never Enough Design