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Vin Diesel and director Rob Cohen signed on for this film two months before the original opened. Both ended up leaving the project.
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When the NSA is going over Darrius Stone's profile, one of the pictures shown was a picture of Ice Cube from when he was with NWA (Niggaz Wit Attitudes) hip hop group in the late 80s and early 90s.
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The bulletproof vest Darius puts on during the aircraft carrier scene is the same Interceptor body armor currently worn by the US military.
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With the exception of shooting scenes on the Lincoln Memorial and the Ronald Reagan Building, most of the scenes taking place in Washington D.C were shot on sound stages including the main chamber of congress which was 30ft high and 450ft long. It was so good that representatives of The West Wing (1999) TV show even expressed interest in buying it.
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The car is painted with a special paint, called an "interference pigment", invented by Flex Products, which appears to change color when viewed from different angles.
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Jerry Goldsmith suggested to director Lee Tamahori that he should hire composer Marco Beltrami.
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Two scripts were written for consideration. One by Rich Wilkes involves pirates in Southeast Asia and the other, by Simon Kinberg, involves a plot set in Washington D.C. The Simon Kinberg script was selected. Open casting calls in the Baltimore-Washington D.C. area were made on 19 August 2004 and 26 August 2004. Shooting would start on 14 September 2004 and go through 1 October 2004. Rob Cohen had earlier suggested that that both scripts may be made, with the one not used for XXX2 becoming XXX3.
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In the initial NSA break-in scenes (and in some other scenes later), in the music, Morse code can be heard spelling out "XXX 2" a number of times. (-..- -..- -..- ..---)
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The converted truck chassis used for the "stealth tank", was later redressed and used for the alternate mode of the Decepticon Brawl/Devastator in Transformers (2007).
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To build a so-called "stealth tank" for one of the sequences in the movie, the production designers took a used truck chassis, shortened it and placed a Freightliner diesel truck engine onto it. "Stealth" panels were then placed on top of it to give the tank its unique look. Tracks were taken from another piece of heavy equipment and fitted onto the "tank". Even a double barrel turret was constructed that could counter rotate.
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The rifles that Deckert's men use during the attack on the NSA and in the Chamber of Commerce scenes are replicas of the experimental XM8 assault rifle. They are actually visually modified German G36K assault rifles, as can be seen from a visible hinge allowing their stocks to fold.
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In the scene where Darius Stone is escaping via boat and Agent Steele is shooting at him, if you look carefully Steele's gun is firing, but his finger is nowhere near the trigger.
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