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.
Trivia: On the DVD extras, the sound designer for Minority Report explains that he stuck a contact mike on his fancy new washing machine to obtain the sound samples that became the sounds made by the maglev cars. In the scene where maglev cars race down the side of a skyscraper, when Anderton is standing on one end of his maglev car, so that it is now carrying an unbalanced load, you can hear the EXACT unmodified noise of a washing machine when it has an unbalanced load.
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