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  1. Salma Hayek freaking out about a “snake” is actually one of my favorite fantasies, friend.

  2. Not unlike my reaction when I saw the trailer advertising a movie starring Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, David Spade, Kevin James, and Rob Schneider.

  3. that poor lady on the left. still, if you are going to be strompled by a lady it might as well be selma hayek.

    “she’s pretty” – steve winwood.

  4. Wait, didn’t she writhe about with some huge snake (TWSS) in From Dusk Till Dawn?

  5. If she’d have cooly said, “Snakes. Why does it always have to be snakes?” then mega-props.

  6. Haha those pasted on “Grown Ups” signs on the railing win this edition of Why Don’t You Caption It.

  7. Based on the ads for this movie I would expect the snakes to fart while a black eyed peas song plays in the background

  8. What makes it all better was the little signs saying, “Grown Ups” in the background, reminding us that yes, these two screaming defenseless creatures are meant to be grownups.

    Also, I now have this vision of a snake being loose at the Emmys or something, and hundres of actors (because, really, I bet people like Shia would be running away while shouting, Nonononononono!) and actresses dying in mass, trampling panic.

  9. Salma Hayek = Cartoon Elephant seeing a mouse.

  10. Poor Maya Rudolph! Aside from Salma Hayek on face, Maria Bello totally stepped on her thigh. What a pro.

  11. Andy Dick really stepped up his game by carrying Selma to safety. In your face, Ving Rhames.

  12. Did they mean to put a 4′ woman in a movie titled Grown Ups? Was that part of the joke?

  13. i only wish i were that nimble in platform highheels, eesh i can barely get across the office!

  14. Hayek was born in Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz, Mexico. Coatzacoalcos comes from an indigenous word meaning “Site of the Snake” or “Where the snake hides”.

    COINCIDENCE? I don’t even think I know WHAT coincidence IS anymore.

  15. If only one of them had had a bazooka. Rare miss?

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