Snakes on a Plane Director Fighting to Call His Next Film Untitled 3D Shark Thriller

When David Ellis's campy 2006 action-horror film Snakes on a Plane wound up being released under its working title, many lamented it as a sad metaphor for the movie business: Could things get any more reductive? Happily, Vulture readers, they can! Mr. Ellis's next movie, which currently carries the sublime working title Untitled 3D Shark Thriller, is set for release this September by Relativity Media, but spies tell Vulture that Relativity's marketing department is working to change its title in America. The film was sold to overseas exhibitors as Shark Night 3D, but Vulture is being told Relativity Media execs hate that title and plan to give it a different one in the U.S.

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Quagmire4116d ago

Hoky Shi- Jaws 3D! Back to the Future is more relevant to today's society than any other movie!

Soldierone4115d ago

I saw this and first thing that came to mind was "please dont be Jaws" and i re read it like 3 times now. It isn't Jaws right? Its a wannabe Jaws, so at least it wont ruin the name.

Sunny_D4113d ago

Usually, movies where the 3d is being advertised more than anything else about the movie usually means the movie sucks.