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Soul Plane (2004) Poster

(2004)

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Captain Mack's resume shows his "Relevant Experience" as: "275 Hours Flight Simulation (with honors)", "Beat F-15 Flying Eagle on X-Box (twice)", and "Saw Top Gun 7 Times."
According to Esquire Magazine, Dave Chappelle was offered a role.
The set used for the plane had previously been used for the interior shots of the plane in Lost (2004).
Kevin Hart is shorter than K.D. Aubert. In many scenes Hart had to stand on a box so their height difference wasn't so obvious.
The first film to be distributed using Eastman Kodak's method of storing the soundtrack on a thin layer of cyan dye in the film instead of on a magnetic or optical track.
All scenes featuring Snoop Dogg were filmed within two weeks.
The "education" section of Captain Mack's resume says he was the Citizen of the Week 5th Grade at Jes Terrero Elementary. The movie is directed by Jessy Terrero.
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Feature film debut of Arielle Kebbel.
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WILHELM SCREAM: When Cpt. Mack puts the plane into a steep dive and the passengers freak out.
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The multi-blue aircraft shown in the opening credits are Southwest Airlines aircraft that have been colored different shades of blue to hide their original blue, orange, yellow and red color.
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Kevin Hart credits the film's box-office failure to bootlegging of the film. According to Hart, the film was bootlegged three months before the theatrical release. Hart has said that during the premiere, fans were asking him to sign bootleg copies of the film.
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The school on Antoine Mack's resume, Jes Terrero Elementary School, is a reference to the film's director, Jessy Terrero.
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