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Actors Vince Vaughn and Steve Buscemi and screenwriter Scott Rosenberg were involved in a barroom brawl at the Firebelly Lounge in Wilmington, North Carolina, during filming.
This film was edited three times for strong language and violence to receive a PG-13 rating by the MPAA. The film contains numerous scenes where dubbing for strong language can be obviously seen and heard. In total, twenty-three minutes of the film were edited by the time the final cut was completed.
Steve Buscemi and John Travolta previously both appeared together in Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction (1994). Buscemi had a cameo as the waiter at Jack Rabbit Slim's whilst the pair also both received grateful acknowledgment for A Backyard Story (2010).
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According to the Smoking Gun website, "Vince Vaughn was arrested by North Carolina cops in April 2001 and charged with fighting in public for his part in a brawl outside a New Hanover County bar (the movie star was in town working on the film Domestic Disturbance). During the mêlée, fellow actor Steve Buscemi was stabbed several times. Vaughn entered a no contest plea and the minor charge was dropped six months later".
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As of 2016, this is John Travolta's last appearance in a Paramount Pictures release. Paramount was the studio which distributed "Saturday Night Fever" and "Grease", considered breakthrough roles for Travolta.
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Despite the script mentioning the film took place in Maryland, the movie was shot in Southport North Carolina. Some opening shots were from Wilmington North Carolina.
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Final theatrical feature film directed by Harold Becker.
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This was the fifth and last of five thrillers made by Hollywood studios that were directed by Harold Becker with Sea of Love (1989) being the first. The other pictures were Malice (1993), City Hall (1996), and Mercury Rising (1998). Becker had previously also directed two filmed adaptations of Joseph Wambaugh crime-police novels, The Onion Field (1979) and The Black Marble (1980).
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The film's premiere was held on 30th October 2001 and was attended by the movie's stars John Travolta, Vince Vaughn, Teri Polo, Matt O'Leary and Susan Floyd.
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First of two Lewis Colick written produced screenplays starring actor John Travolta who both collaborated again about three years later with Ladder 49 (2004).
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John Travolta and Vince Vaughn appeared together again four years later in the 2005 film "Be Cool". They play enemies in both movies.
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The name of the roadside lodging-inn was "The Shady Tree Motel".
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The website address when Frank is looking for information about Ray Coleman is www.chicagoenquirer#/.com/raycoleman1999/threeconvictions-385803.html. It does not exist.
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