PG-13 | | Action, Crime, Thriller
Los Angeles police officer Brian O'Connor must decide where his loyalty really lies when he becomes enamored with the street racing world he has been sent undercover to destroy.
Rob Cohen's original casting choices were Mario Lopez as Dominick, Mark-Paul Gosselaar as Brian, and Dustin Diamond as Jesse. However, studio execs feared that the reteaming of the Saved by the Bell (1989) co-stars would confuse audiences. Vin ... ...
You want a piece of ass, go to Hollywood Boulevard. You want an adrenaline rush that'll be two large.
They call the police center to get a mobile phone location trace. She snaps the clamshell phone shut before handing it back, which would end the call - but he carries on talking with an open version of the clamshell in the next shot.
In the end credits, the main players have their names listed next to a sketch of their cars. Both the sketches and names are the same colors as the cars.
As shown on the DVD, director Rob Cohen and editor Peter Honess had to trim down the scene where Dom character is hijacking the truck towards the end of the film to secure a PG-13 rating. The trims made to avoid an R rating were the shots of Vince's arm being ripped by the wiring on the truck and the agony he expressed.
$40,089,015 (USA) (24 June 2001)
$144,533,925 (USA) (4 November 2001)
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