Snakes on a Plane

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $34,020,814Details
International Box Office $28,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $62,020,814
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $23,800,314 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $23,800,314
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics FreshAudience Spilled
Critics
68% - Fresh
Audience
50% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$33,000,000
Domestic Releases: August 18th, 2006 (Wide) by New Line
Video Release: January 2nd, 2007 by New Line Home Video
MPAA Rating: R for language, a scene of sexuality and drug use, and intense sequences of terror and violence
Keywords: In a Plane, Hitmen, Animals Gone Bad
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Mutual Film Company

DVD Releases for September 29th, 2009

This week there are not that many releases on this week's list, but there a few releases at the very top that are worthy of being the DVD Pick of the Week. Monsters vs. Aliens is certainly in that list, but until the DVD and Blu-ray shows up, I can't confirm if it's a DVD Pick of the Week of merely a must buy. Wizard of Oz - 70th Anniversary Edition on either DVD or Blu-ray Gift-set is DVD Pick of the Week material. More...

Home Market Cranks Out the New Releases

There were plenty of new releases this week, but all but two missed the top 10. However, those two DVDs finished one-two on the charts. Crank topped The Illusionist $6.09 million to $5.59 million. More...

Sunshine Rises on Home Market Charts

A slow week for new releases helped Little Miss Sunshine climb from third to first on the rental charts. Over the week the film earned $5.46 million for a three-week total of $20.95 million. More...

DVD Releases for January 2, 2007

Wow. This is a terrible week for DVD releases. There are only a handful worth mentioning, and none that are must haves. Snakes on a Plane - Buy from Amazon is the best of the short list, but even here there's legitimate reasons not to buy. Interestingly, there are a ton of re-releases coming out tomorrow. So many that there are drowning out the real releases. More...

International Top Five - Little Man a Big Deal

Little Man shot up the charts into sixth place with $5.97 million on 1597 screens in 23 markets for a total of $22.63 million internationally. The film had million dollar debuts in both Spain, ($2.06 million on 250 screens), and Mexico, ($1.04 million on 352), while came reasonably close in Russia, ($960,000 on 217 screens, including midweek numbers). In all three markets, the film placed second on the charts. More amazingly is the film's performance in the U.K. as it dipped just 17% to $1.05 million on 315 screens over the weekend and a three-week total of $5.75 million. More...

International Details - Sentinel Scores Its Best Weekend on International Charts

The Sentinel climbed into 6th place on the international charts, the best placing the film has earned. It had a few openings, the biggeset being a sixth place, $410,000 debut on 89 screens in South Korea over the weekend, and $469,000 in total. On the other hand, the film place first in Belgium with $197,000 on 36 screens over the weekend and $226,000 in total and third in Denmark with $102,000 on 32 screens over the weekend and $108,000 in total. Overall it earned $3.44 million on 1423 screens in 22 markets for a total of $31.96 million, which puts it about a week from topping its domestic total. More...

International Details - Garfield Continues to Gobble Up the International Box Office

No new openings left Garfield's A Tail of Two Kitties down 40% to $5.87 million on 3779 screens in 32 markets for a total of $90.08 million. It was reported that the film broke a record for an animated film in China with $6.7 million putting it ahead of The Lion King, which is a strange thing to report since the movie isn't animated. Sure, it has a CG lead, but that's not the same. As for the film's prospects for the future, hitting $100 million internationally is academic at this point and with several openings to go, including previews in Australia this weekend, the film could finish with close to the $125 million earned by the original. More...

You, Me, Dupree, and the International Details

A first place opening in the U.K. helped You, Me & Dupree shoot up the charts nearly reaching the top five. While it did have to settle for sixth place, its $4.32 million on 914 screens in 8 markets was enough to push its still early international total to $13.01 million. Over in the U.K., the film picked up $3.10 million on 409 screens and that was more than double its nearest competitor. The film opened in Iceland over the weekend earning second place to Garfield's A Tail of Two Kitties with $42,000 in three theatres. More...

Invincible Tops Tepid Weekend

As summer slowly winds down, there was the predictable decline from last weekend's box office. In total, ticket sales managed $102 million, down 7.9%, but more importantly up 4.6% from the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2006 is still ahead of 2005, but the lead has shrunk to 5% and we will need a strong fall season to maintain overall ticket sales growth. More...

International Details - House hasn\'t become a Monster Hit

Monster House climbed one spot to sixth with $4.48 million on 1498 screens in 14 markets for total of $20.33 million at the international box office. The film added two more midlevel markets but bombed in both. In the Netherlands the film missed the top ten with $89,000 on 65 screens over the weekend and $100,000 in total while it was only slightly better in Poland earning sixth place with $71,000 on 48 screens. Holdovers, on the other hand, were better than expected with the film down a mere 16% during its second weekend in the U.K. with $1.61 million on 425 screens for a total of $5.83 million. More...

New Releases Look Anything but Invincible

The final weekend in August looks better than most, with one or two films that should finish with overall positive reviews. However, the box office potential for these films is very limited. It looks like Invincible should live up to its name, and if not, look for plenty of bad puns come Monday. I know I've already thought of a few. More...

Snakes Can\'t Compete with Hype

The weekend box office was surprisingly subdued given the amount of hype the number one film was generating. Overall the box office made $110 million, which was down 14.9% from last week and 3.5% from last year. The week-to-week decline is to be expected at this time of year, but the year-to-year drop-off is more troubling. Even so, 2006 is still maintaining a 6% lead over last year's pace and that's well above ticket price inflation. More...

DVD Releases for August 15, 2006

It is another insanely busy week with 1,250 DVDs coming out, at least according to Amazon. However, like last week, the majority of those are episodes of Charlie Rose. (I really wish the studio released them as full season sets and not flood the market with individual titles that most people will skip over without a second thought.) Three releases immediately jump out as the best of the best, Apocalypse Now - The Complete Dossier, Masters of Horror - Dario Argento - Jenifer, and The Simpsons - The Complete Eighth Season - Collectable Maggie Head Edition. I could have spent hours trying to determine which of those was the best, but instead I will just award all three the title of DVD Pick of the Week. More...

Movie Website Updates for July 29 - August 4

Third week in a row where the number of sites featured on this list has topped 30. With such a busy week it would take something different to win the award, and that's something Michel Gondry excels at delivering giving The Science of Sleep - Official Site the Weekly Website Award. More...

2006 Preview: August

July finally brought us the year's first truly monster his with Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, but outside that film, most of the month disappointed. With August being a bit of a dumping ground for films that didn't work out, the weakness in the box office should continue. Add in a few surprise hits last year and 2006 may have trouble keeping up with last years pace. More...

Movie Website Updates for July 8 - July 14

It's a good week for website with what could be the last big hit of the year launching its flash site. That movie, Miami Vice, and its Official Site, is the winner of the Weekly Website Award. More...

Movie Website Updates for June 24th - June 30th

It seems a lot of people are starting their holidays early, but not this column as it's the busiest it's been in more than a month. Including in this list are a few newly released teaser trailers and a handful of flash sites, most of which are worth checking out. But the best of the best is the Running With Scissors - Official Site. More...

Movie Website Updates for May 20 - May 26

Not much this week in terms of new sites or updates and all the ones that are award-worthy have already won the weekly website award. The best of the rest is The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift - Official Site, but it certainly doesn't deserve to win the awards. More...

Movie Website Updates for April 29 - May 5

It was not a great week when it comes to new websites with most of the really interesting updates coming in the form of new trailers. However, it was one of those sites, Casino Royale - Official Site, that was awarded the Weekly Website Award. I just hope when the site goes live in two weeks by Fanboy enthusiasm is rewarded. More...

Movie Website Updates for February 10 - February 16

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. It's another busy week as the winter slump starts to subside. As for the best site on this week's list, it came down to the interactive feature of Freedomland - Official Site and the atmosphere of Night Watch - Official Site. After looking over the sites a few times, I still can't decided which one should get the award, so I'm giving it to both. More...

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/08/18 1 $6,400,000   3,555 $1,800   $6,400,000 1
2006/08/19 2 $5,100,000 -20% 3,555 $1,435   $11,400,000 2
2006/08/20 2 $3,800,000 -25% 3,555 $1,069   $15,206,301 3
2006/08/21 1 $1,495,000 -61% 3,555 $421   $16,701,000 4
2006/08/22 2 $1,380,000 -8% 3,555 $388   $18,094,000 5
2006/08/23 2 $1,165,000 -16% 3,555 $328   $19,271,000 6
2006/08/24 3 $1,060,000 -9% 3,555 $298   $20,152,024 7
2006/08/25 8 $1,800,000 +70% 3,555 $506   $22,000,000 8
2006/08/26 7 $2,500,000 +39% 3,555 $703   $24,500,000 9
2006/08/27 7 $1,800,000 -28% 3,555 $506   $26,319,390 10
2006/08/28 9 $595,000 -67% 3,555 $167   $26,913,000 11
2006/08/29 8 $620,000 +4% 3,555 $174   $27,569,000 12
2006/08/30 7 $540,000 -13% 3,555 $152   $28,110,000 13
2006/08/31 7 $490,000 -9% 3,555 $138   $28,601,000 14
2006/09/04 16 $579,253   2,505 $231   $31,561,108 18

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/08/18 1 $15,206,301   3,555 $4,277   $15,206,301 3
2006/08/25 7 $6,167,366 -59% 3,555 $1,735   $26,319,390 10
2006/09/01 15 $2,446,662 -60% 2,505 $977   $30,981,855 17
2006/09/08 19 $824,211 -66% 1,151 $716   $33,001,501 24
2006/09/15 31 $262,292 -68% 406 $646   $33,483,618 31
2006/09/22 38 $141,246 -46% 254 $556   $33,697,338 38
2006/09/29 46 $72,807 -48% 145 $502   $33,814,125 45
2006/10/06 48 $50,371 -31% 116 $434   $33,886,034 52
2006/10/13 59 $30,716 -39% 78 $394   $33,937,058 59
2006/10/20 59 $21,868 -29% 61 $358   $33,969,502 66
2006/10/27 66 $17,446 -20% 48 $363   $33,992,233 73
2006/11/03 69 $17,006 -3% 38 $448   $34,014,398 80

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/7/20071903,648 903,648$15,343,943$15,343,9431
1/14/20075200,991-78% 1,104,639$3,958,216$19,302,1592
1/21/20072191,040-55% 1,195,679$1,819,890$21,122,0493
1/28/20073053,313-41% 1,248,992$1,065,727$22,187,7764

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Cast

Samuel L. Jackson    Neville Flynn
Julianna Margulies    Claire Miller
Nathan Phillips    Sean Jones
Bobby Cannavale    Hank Harris
Flex Alexander    Three G's
Todd Louiso    Dr. Steven Price
Sunny Mabrey    Tiffany
Kenan Thompson    Troy
Rachel Blanchard    Mercedes
Lin Shaye    Grace
David Koechner    Rick
Elsa Pataky    Maria
Keith Dallas    Big LeRoy
Bruce James    Ken
Casey Dubois    Curtis
Daniel Hogarth    Tommy
Gerard Plunkett    Paul
Terry Chen    Chen Leong
Emily Holmes    Ashley
Tygh Runyan    Tyler
Mark Houghton    John Sanders
Tom Butler    Captain Sam McKeon
Kendall Cross    Driver
Kevin McNulty    Emmett Bradley
Samantha McLeod    Kelly
Taylor Kitsch    Kyle
Ann Warn Pegg    Mrs. Bova
Byron Lawson    Eddie Kim
Darren Moore    Kraitler
Scott Nicholson    Daniel Hayes
Candice Macalino    Flower Girl
Crystal Lowe    Autograph Girl
Agam Darshi    Dell Girl
Lisa Marie Caruk    Ken's Girlfriend
Jack Di Blasio    Kid Fan
Darryl Quon    Man in Suit
David Neale    Navy Dad
Mi-Jung Lee    News Anchor
Kyle Alisharan    Airport Worker
Christopher Bachmann Taloa    Lei Guy
Drew Wicks    Passenger

Production and Technical Credits

Director    David R. Ellis
Screenwriter    John Heffernan
Screenwriter    Sebastian Gutierrez
Story Creator    David Dalessandro
Story Creator    John Heffernan
Producer    Gary Levinsohn
Producer    Don Granger
Producer    Craig Berenson
Executive Producer    Justis Greene
Executive Producer    Sandra Rabins
Executive Producer    Penney Finkelman Cox
Executive Producer    Toby Emmerich
Executive Producer    George Waud
Production Designer    Jaymes Hinkle
Editor    Howard E. Smith
Composer    Trevor Rabin
Director of Photography    Adam Greenberg
Associate Producer    Jeff Katz
Associate Producer    Tawny Ellis
Associate Producer    Heather Meehan
Assistant Director    Pete Whyte
Second Unit Director    Freddie Hice
Unit Production Manager    Justis Greene
Unit Production Manager    Heather Meehan
Technical    Jan Kobylka
Art Director    John Alvarez
Set Decorator    Mary-Lou Storey
Second Unit Camera    Craig Haagensen
Aerial    Hans Bjerno
Costume Designer    Karen Matthews
Costume Supervisor    Shane Deschamps
Sound Mixer    Michael McGee
Re-recording Mixer    Rick Ash
Re-recording Mixer    Kevin Carpenter
Supervising Sound Editor    Dave McMoyler
Supervising Sound Editor    Tom Bellfort
Sound Effects Editor    Karen Vassar
Sound Effects Editor    Steve Mann
Sound Effects Editor    John Title
Sound Designer    Harry Cohen
Sound Designer    Tim Walston
Dialogue Editor    Michelle Pazer
Dialogue Editor    Frederick H. Stahly
Music Editor    Robb Boyd
Make up    Monica Huppert
Hairstylist    Robert A. Pandini
Casting Director    Mindy Marin
Casting (Canada)    Coreen Mayrs
Casting Director    Heike Brandstatter
Stunt Coordinator    Freddie Hice
Stunt Coordinator    Scott Nicholson
Additional Music    Paul Linford
Score Producer    Paul Linford