8 Mile

8 Mile (2002)

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Trivia: 8 Mile was the first film to have a rap/hip-hop song (Lose Yourself) win an Academy Award.

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Trivia: One of the members of D-12 (Eminem's group in real life) Proof can be seen several times during the last set of battles at the end of the movie. Fist at the end of the battle with Lickity, and a couple times after that. Also, he's wearing a hat with the D-12 logo on it.

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Trivia: The sheet of paper that Jimmy writes on on the bus is the real sheet that Eminem wrote "Lose Yourself" on. The sheet of paper sold for $10,000 on an eBay auction.

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Trivia: During the movie Eminem shoots paintballs at a police car. In real life Eminem had his first brush with the law when he was 20...For shooting paintballs at a police car.

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Trivia: Listen close to Lil Tic (played by Proof)'s verse at the beginning of the movie when Rabbit chokes. He says: "I'll Punish Rabbit Or Obsolete Future" as you can tell by reading the capital letters in those bars, Lil Tic spells out his real rap name, PROOF.

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Trivia: Right after Rabbit finishes his last verse and waits for Papa Doc to rap, he sits on this speaker or something. If you look behind him, you would see "Sara Stokes" from the show "Making the Band 2" cheering (also known as the "ONLY" singer in "Da Band").

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Trivia: The car that Eminem drives round in during the film is the actual car that was given to Eminem by his mother Debbie back in 1990. Proof even gave it a nickname: The Stinkin Lincoln.

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Trivia: Obie Trice has a cameo in the scene where they're in some sort of parking garage. It's not as obvious as Xzhibit's, but his name is in the credits.

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Trivia: Evidently, Eminem was somewhat hesitant to take on the role as he felt that the movie would simply devolve into a cheap star-vehicle if he signed on, due to his fame. He told director Curtis Hanson that he would do the film if rather than trying to make it into an "Eminem movie", they simply focused on just making a "good movie."

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Trivia: Quentin Tarantino was approached to direct due to his adoration of African American culture and for his high quality track record. He was reportedly very interested, but had to politely decline due to scheduling conflicts with his film "Kill Bill."

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Jimmy Smith Jr: You ever wondered at what point you gotta just say "f**k it, man." You ever wondered at what point you gotta stop livin' up here, and start livin' down here?

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When Rabbit and his mom's boyfriend were kicking each other's ass inside the Smith's trailer, Rabbit pushes or punches the boyfriend from the kitchen to the living room, breaking a small wooden post in a quick shot. A few shots later, when Rabbit returns to the trailer, the wooden post is intact. There was no time to fix it.

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