Mile-high filmmaking club: Virgin America produces first ever feature film shot entirely in-flight

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8 Responses to “Mile-high filmmaking club: Virgin America produces first ever feature film shot entirely in-flight”

  1. I hope they don’t plan on using recording devices in-flight. TSA will not be happy.

  2. Brian says:

    So, I’m guessing, this is not porno. A mile-high filmn without sex, what’s the point?

  3. David Boyer says:

    Toga! Toga! 2000!

  4. Snakes on a Plane 2?

  5. me3dia says:

    The fact that the trailer focuses more on the gimmick of filming entirely on planes (and b-level star-studded cast) more than the actual story doesn’t exactly make me want to rush out and buy a Virgin Air ticket to see it.

  6. Martyn Drake says:

    Aircraft with real paying passengers, or did they commandeer a private aircraft for this? As a paying customer I would have been somewhat miffed by the shoot – especially if I were trying to get some sleep. If they commandeered their own aircraft for the duration of the filming, it seems somewhat environmentally unfriendly to me..

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