“The title was what got my attention,” Samuel L. Jackson tells USA Today‘s Susan Wloszczyna in the last and final Snakes on a Plane story of the spring. “I got on the set one day and heard they changed [the title], and I said, ‘What are you doing here? It’s not Gone with the Wind. It’s not On the Waterfront. It’s Snakes on a Plane!’ They were afraid it gave too much away, and I said, ‘That’s exactly what you should do. When audiences hear it, they say, ‘We are there!'”