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.
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.