Every year in San Diego, the ComicCon convention becomes less about comics and more about movies. This article runs down who screened what, and to what response.
As for New Line Cinema’s “Snakes on a Plane,” you probably get the picture. But Samuel L. Jackson, who had to share the stage with live critters, offered this opinion, in response to a fan who asked him what he thought of snakes:
“The snakes were evil and they deserved to die,” Jackson said, paraphrasing himself from “Pulp Fiction.” [Sic. See comment below.] “I hope they burn in hell.”