"We've got sharks. It's in 3D. And, It's a thriller," says 'Snakes on a Plane' director David Ellis about his latest film, which could feature the uber-literal title, 'Untitled 3D Shark Thriller.' The sharktastic tale about friends at a lake house fighting for their lives was sold to foreign markets as 'Shark Night 3D.' Rumor has it that Relativity Media, which is releasing the film this September, didn't dig the name and is working to change the title for its U.S. release.

Ellis isn't fond of the title either, or the others pitched which include 'Chums,' 'Fins' and 'Terror on the Lake.' He's hoping that second time's a charm with 'Untitled 3D Shark Thriller,' which will hopefully garner the same interest that 'Snakes on a Plane' did.

Or did it? SoaP only turned out $34 million on a $33 million budget, even though the title helped earn it a cult-status rating.