I just read this sentence in the MediaGuardian Week-end briefing (via email). Several times actually, thinking now what does that mean and then and how did that happen over the Internet. Obviously my brain was not quite switched on but hey still pretty weird thing to read !
"Cult film fans bitten by Snakes on a Plane via internet" was referring to an article on page 11 of 'The Daily Telegraph' about some wacky film that was expected to tank and Internet fans plus buzz about it got the whole thing flying on back (excuse the pun).
The lead actor is Samuel L Jackson an 'FBI agent' that has to save 'the witness' from 'the assassin' who decides that 500 snakes on a plane should do his job nicely. Jackson is quoted to have said "I didn't even read the script. It just saw it and it said Snakes on a Plane and I said, 'OK, good. I'm there'." :
Read the article (on The Daily Telegraph)
Along with reading that on page 20 of the 'Sunday Express' that there is an article explaining how : "Fans rally for statue of Benny Hill", we're not in April yet are we ?
Oh and have a nice day !