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Samuel L. Jackson promoting the film at Comic-Con convention in July 2006 Print [ edit ]
An illustrated book from Thunder's Mouth Press, Snakes on a Plane: The Guide to the Internet Ssssssensation by David Waldon, details the Internet phenomenon and was published July 28, 2006. Waldon details various viral videos relating to the film's craze, and interviewed their producers to find out what about the film captured their attention.  Music [ edit ] On March 16, 2006, New Line Cinema announced a contest on TagWorld and a website promoting the film.  The contest allowed artists on TagWorld to have their music featured in the film. A flood of SoaP -themed songs were submitted by artists such as Captain Ahab (who ultimately won the contest), Louden Swain, the Former Fat Boys, Nispy, and others. In addition, a music video for the film, " Snakes on a Plane (Bring It) " by Cobra Starship , was released on July 10, 2006 on MTV2 's Unleashed . The music video appeared on the film's soundtrack as well as during the film's closing credits. In October 2005, Nathanial Perry and Chris Rohan recorded an audio trailer spoof , which helped fuel the Internet buzz. Perry and Rohan recorded the "motherfucking snakes" line in the audio trailer which was added to the film during the week of re-shoots. In July 2006, New Line Cinema signed a worldwide licensing agreement with the Cutting Corporation to produce an audiobook of the film.  Television [ edit ] Beginning in May 2006, episodes of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and its sister show The Colbert Report contained references to Snakes on a Plane 's title, the catchphrase , and general premise. [ citation needed ] On August 15, 2006, Samuel L. Jackson guest featured on The Daily Show , opening with the film's catchphrase. Keith Olbermann featured stories about the film and Internet buzz several times on his MSNBC news program Countdown . In addition, G4 's Attack of the Show! featured a semi-regular segment entitled "Snakes on a Plane: An Attack of the Show Investigation", and had a week dedicated to the film which included interviews and the appearance of hundreds of snakes on set.  Internet [ edit ] Snakes on a Plane generated considerable buzz on the Internet after Josh Friedman's blog entry  and mentions on several Internet portals. The title inspired bloggers to create songs, apparel, poster art, pages of fan fiction ,
parody films, mock movie trailers , and short film parody competitions.
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