Number two in the “Jodie Foster And Daughter Trapped With Bad Guys In An Enclosed Space” trilogy.

What will be the third? She inexplicably did not do Phone Booth (maybe because there was no part for a daughter).

Panic Train?
Steamer Trunk?
Packing Crate?
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8 Responses to “Flightplan”
  1. eronanke says:


  2. craigjclark says:

    In her next film, Foster is going to play a woman who’s pregnant — and she knows it’s going to be a girl — who is taking a tour of the hospital where she’s planning on giving birth and gets trapped in a maternity ward with some bad guys who take her hostage. On top of that, in the middle of the film, she goes into labor and has to trust the bad guys to deliver the child correctly, whereupon it becomes their new hostage and Foster has to overcome her exhaustion to subdue the bad guys and save her newborn baby girl. I call it Maternity Leave. Do you know anybody who can get me in touch with Jodie Foster’s people?

  3. Anonymous says:


    She needed a daughter in Inside Man.
    It would make as much sense as anything else about her character.

    • Todd says:

      Re: Heh

      Wait a minute! That’s a great title! Inside Man!

      Jodie Foster and her daughter are shrunk down to microscopic size in order to perform an operation on the President’s brain. What she doesn’t know is that bad guys have also shrunk themselves down in order to — to — well we’ll work on that later. Point is, she —



      Spike Lee?

      Oh, forget it then.

  4. urbaniak says:

    I auditioned for her next film but I didn’t get it, which means she escaped the ultimate horror: being trapped in a movie with James Urbaniak.

  5. monica_black says:

    Jodie Foster in “Hindenberg.”

    Her and her daughter are on the Hindenberg and bad guys are after them, but what she doesn’t know is that it will blow up soon.