According the legend, either Samuel L Jackson's agent or a studio executive at New Line insisted they ditch the silly name for the much more serious Pacific Air Flight 151. Jackson heard about this in an interview and said "We're totally changing that back. That's the only reason I took the job: I read the title." By March 2006, the title was changed back to Snakes on a Plane and all was right with the world. New Line also ordered reshoots to take the film from PG 13 to a full R. The most notable of the additions was the classic line that was inspired by the aforementioned meme.
The biggest Snakes on a Plane development post-release was the changing of the line to fit the broadcast network's more delicate sensibilities without altering the scene. Check out what they came up with here.
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