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David R. Ellis, the director of "Snakes on a Plane," has died, a representative for the director told TheWrap on Monday. He was 60. The cause and location of his death has not yet been released. Ellis had been preparing to direct a number of projects, including the sci-fi thriller "Bad Luck." Also read: Huell Howser, Southern California PBS Host, Dead at 67 Born in Hollywood in 1952, Ellis began his career as an actor in the 1975 Kurt Russell film "The Strongest Man in the World." He later moved into stunt work, »

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