Trivia: At the festival when the Green Goblin throws his grenades, before the shot of Parker, you see Stan Lee (creator of Spider-Man). He was supposed to pick up the little girl that he pushes to safety, but due to his age, after several takes he said if they wanted him to pick her up, they were going to be there all day. (01:04:10)
Trivia: On the "subway" train, the man holding the USA Today paper is Cameron Crowe, and the woman in the seat behind him on his left is Cameron Diaz. Because "Vanilla Sky" and "Minority Report" were so close in shooting, the two directors (Crowe and Spielberg) agreed to put themselves as cameos in each other's films. (00:46:10)
Trivia: Director Bryan Singer (X-Men among others) makes a cameo appearance on the bridge of the Enterprise. He's a non-speaking extra. When the Reman boarding party has beamed aboard and Riker and Worf leaves the Bridge to take care of the boarding party Singer is the officer who takes over Worf's tactical station. In the audio commentary on the DVD release Nemesis director Stuart Baird points out Bryan Singer's appearance and continues 'apparently he's a big fan of Star Trek'. (01:23:25)
Trivia: All the cast and crew (including the producer) had to undergo a grueling one week of military training (which they dubbed their 'week of hell') under the supervision of a battle hardened ex-navy SEAL. By the end most people were naturally eager to give their trainer a little of his own medicine. Miss Jovovich (Alice) did: he's the zombie she head kicks into the test-tube cabinet and then steals the gun from (before fighting the zombie dogs). What sweet justice.