To calm her and create a certain atmosphere of intimacy before filming the lovemaking scenes, Viggo Mortensen sang a couple of love songs to Gwyneth Paltrow that he learned in Argentina when he was young. In an interview he said, "I don't know if that ended up scaring her instead."
This movie was made by the same makers of The Fugitive. Andrew Davis directed it Arnold Kopelson produced it and James Newton Howard scored the film. Michael Douglas was considered to play Dr. Richard Kimble before his friend Harrison Ford got the part.
One of three movies where Michael Douglas' character works in Wall Street. The other two being Wall Street (1987) and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010) where he plays Gordon Gekko, a ruthless stockbroker.
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Possible homage to original. In the original, the intruder who tries to kill Grace Kelly expires on his back, arms outspread, back arched as he forces scissors farther into his back. In this, Emily is leaning against the counter after she kills the intruder, and she is in a similar position as the intruder in the Hitchcock.