It's one more clear indication that Hollywood is running out of ideas for movies, with another very similar film to one we have already seen is in production.
Mutual film company confirmed that "Snakes on a train" will begin production next month.
Samuel L. Jackson has confirmed that he will be coming back to play FBI agent Neville Flynn. This movie will see him travel to outback Australia to bring back a fugitive who is living in the middle of the outback.
They get on a train to travel to Darwin so that they can then fly back to the States. Not all goes according to plan though in a highly predictable script that sees the train break down in the middle of a giant snake habitat.
"I don't see what people are jeering about," commented the film's director, David R. Ellis, "the last film was about snakes on a plane, this is on a train. Totally different movie."
The last film in the snakes on a vehicle franchise failed to exceed expectations. The question remains whether fans will warm to this idea with the promise of spectacular outback scenery and the fact that the country is home to nine out of ten of the world's most poisonous snakes.