Sam Jackson Planning "Snakes On A Plane" Sequel?

by | August 16, 2006 | Comments

Perhaps it was just a moment of inspired movie promotion, but when Samuel L. Jackson appeared on "The Daily Show" last night to talk "Snakes On A Plane," he hinted at the inevitable: "Snakes On A Plane 2"!

Well, hint is a strong word. And if you really don’t want to hear a spoiler from the film, don’t read this sentence: Sam Jackson does not die in "SOAP," he told Stewart. The reason? "Sequel!"


"Get these Motha******* snakes off this Motha******* plane — AGAIN!"

Elsewhere in the segment, Jackson revealed that, like film critics across the nation denied press screenings, he has not yet seen the completed film. No matter; he’s obviously expecting New Line’s blogosphere-enhanced marketing push to pay off in a big opening this week, and is looking forward to wrangling a bigger paycheck for the next "SOAP":

"I did not sign a sequel contract, so I can negotiate my ass off," he told an excited Stewart as they cut to commercial.

Thanks to the magic of YouTube, you can watch the clip here!

For more "SOAP" pics, check out our Snakes On A Photo Gallery.

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