Trivia: There are lots of signs showing how Evan will die: the doll in the hallway is missing its right eye, the fridge magnets spell 'eye' after one falls off and lastly he has just bought an 'i' Mac computer.
Trivia: When the people are on the on-ramp, you can see Eugene turn off his motorcycle and look at his keychain. It is an unlucky thirteen.
Trivia: When Kimberly leaves the room that Clear is locked up in one shot shows her in the video camera giving Clear the finger, if you look at the rest of the hallway it looks like a road.
Trivia: When the kid is about to get smushed by the pane of glass, the pattern of bricks he is standing on form a giant X that he is ironically standing right in the middle of.
Trivia: When you see Clear take off her wristband in her padded cell she drops it on the floor. If you look very very closely at the date on the top right of the newspaper, it says Friday May 15. If that were the day before it would have been May 14 which would be a year exactly after 180 crashed. In the first film in the opening credits, Alex's flight ticket says 13 May. (00:37:05)
Trivia: Just before Nora goes into the elevator, the floor light shows a down arrow and a 3. Unlucky 13. (00:57:05)
Trivia: Real logs were tested for the crash sequence, but they did not give the effect the filmmakers required, so they used CGI ones instead.
Trivia: In Evan's apartment the label on the bottle of cooking oil responsible for the stove fire indicates "Black Cat" brand (black cats are thought to be unlucky, are they not?). The label on the box of fish sticks are "Sure Fire" brand. In the traffic pileup premonition Evan's trans am car had its top lopped off after it went under the log truck (solid black truck with claws on front bumper much like a cat's claws, and the truck had an oil tank hanging under the cargo section so this could be a metaphor for the label on the bottle of Black Cat cooking oil that Evan uses) after his car struck and thus ruptured the truck's oil tank and got covered with oil that ignited he was trapped in the flaming car because his seatbelt wouldn't release, and he was shirtless or "topless" during the fire scene in his apartment, again he was trapped. In both the premonition and in reality either the car was topless or he was, and oil was the fuel for both fires, the black truck had claws affixed to it's front bumper and the cooking oil bottle had a black cat on it, and he was trapped and couldn't get out of danger. Notice also the Trans Am firebird sticker on the apartment door, unlike the real trans am emblem, this one depicted the bird eating a piece of fire-if he hadn't wanted anything to eat maybe this scenario wouldn't have happened. In both the premonition and reality he was trapped behind a Trans Am logo to die.