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The little girl that plays young Selene is Lily Mo Sheen, the daughter of Kate Beckinsale and Michael Sheen.
While filming a scene where Selene and Michael look at each other longingly, director Len Wiseman surprised the cast and crew by playing Bryan Adams' song "Everything I Do (I Do It For You)", at which everyone started laughing.
Kate Beckinsale's chair had, instead of her name, "My Sweetie" on it surrounded by tiny hearts.
According to actor Tony Curran himself, he stipulated in his contract that he wanted to be able to keep his Vampire fangs in at all times, even when he wasn't filming.
Zita Görög, who plays Amelia, had to have her lines dubbed over because the microphones didn't pick up her voice.
Tony Curran who portrays the first Vampire Marcus, portrayed a pure blooded Vampire named Priest in the film "Blade 2."
During the pub sequence, the presenter is reading out news on the television in Hungarian. In the first part (when it is only heard, not seen), the text explicitly refers to cheating discovered during the elections. In 2006 (the year of making) there were general elections in Hungary. The media campaign is already on in February, with the two largest parties accusing each other of criminal activity, lies, all in all they lead a very harsh negative campaign. As the present ruling power is a left-liberal and this movie has dozens of nationalistic connotations, this easter egg may not be incidental.
The name Michael Corvin (Scott Speedman) was originally the intended name for the main character in The Crow: City of Angels (1996), which was changed to the name Ashe Corven.
This is the only film in the Underworld series so far that the music wasn't composed by Paul Haslinger, who did the score for Underworld (2003). He was replaced by Marco Beltrami, who Director Len Wiseman wanted because he was impressed with his score on I, Robot (2004). Paul was brought back for Underworld: Rise of the Lycans (2009).
Actress Kate Beckinsale wanted to use movies like Aliens (1986) and The Terminator (1984) as the basis for her role as an action heroine, but when they first talked about the movie, director/husband Len Wiseman suggested that she check out Russell Crowe in L.A. Confidential (1997) instead.
Body Count: 62.
Had a 71-day shooting schedule.

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