The Snakes on a Plane ofﬁcial site has more than a logo on it now—but sadly, it’s just another regular movie site. Since bloggers and other netizens got the word out about this ﬁlm ﬁrst, turning it into a cultural phenomenon that had 9,700,000 references on Google in April (it’s at around half that now), it would have been nice for New Line to have given some basic editing tools for fans to make their own ads. Instead, there are the usual things: clips, downloads, some code for putting material on our sites, but none of the innovation that excited fans about Snakes on a Plane.
I just want to see those Lucires in the seat pockets now.
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