Why hedge funds need Samuel L Jackson now more than ever

When Samuel L Jackson came to the production studios on 2006's US cult film classic, Snakes on a Plane - in which he acts in the drama which, unsurprisingly, is about snakes smuggled on a plane - only to find the producers discussing changing the film's name to Pacific Flight 242 (or somesuch), he was reportedly enraged.

"This ain't no Gone With the Wind, and it's not From Here To Eternity," Jackson reportedly shouted - "it's Snakes on a Plane!" And so, thanks to Jackson, it stayed.

So, as "hedge"

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