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Originally titled 'Dancing About Architecture'. The movie still contains the line from which this title was taken: "Talking about music is like dancing about architecture."
The house Jon Stewart's character lives in is the same house used for Tim Allens character in Galaxy Quest (1999) and Colin Firth's character in Where the Truth Lies (2005). It is known as ''Case Study House #22, a.k.a. Stahl House'' and is in the Hollywood Hills section of Los Angeles.
Ryan Phillippe didn't tell the filmmakers that he was going to dye his hair blue. The first they knew of it, was when he turned up on set on the day of filming with his hair a different color. Most of the cast and crew were taken aback, but director Willard Carroll liked it. Coincidentally, Angelina Jolie dyed her hair on exactly the same day.
The film contains spoilers for Midnight Lace (1960), Citizen Kane (1941), Psycho (1960), and Suddenly, Last Summer (1959).
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In 2016 during an enterview, after being asked about kissing Jon Stewart and David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson declared not remembering kissing Stewart, while she gave an "8" to Duchovny.
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Most of John Barry's score was replaced with a new score by Christopher Young. Barry's credit on the film was retained, however, and a CD was released with Barry's largely unused score.
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Chris Botti was asked to play several songs for the movie.
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Another of the working titles was "If They Only Knew".
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This was the final movie to receive the "Two Thumbs Down" from film critics Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel.
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