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* CastingGag: Creator/JudiDench (M) and Geoffrey Palmer (Admiral Roebuck) worked together in ''Series/AsTimeGoesBy''.
* CreatorBacklash: Brosnan would go on to admit that while he looks back very fondly on ''Film/{{Goldeneye}}'', he isn't so wild about the following films in his run. He singled out ''Tomorrow Never Dies'' in particular, saying that he felt while filming that it "wasn't up to speed" with its predecessor, and that he had a hard time promoting the film because he didn't care for it and didn't enjoy filming it as much.
* EnforcedMethodActing:
** The director told Brosnan and Yeoh separately that they were going to be the one driving the bike in the Saigon ChaseScene. HilarityEnsues.
** Earlier in the film, Bond's car crashes through a dealership. Members of the public nearby were not told this was happening, so their shock is real.
* FakeNationality: The German Dr. Kaufman is played by Vincent Schiavelli, an American actor of Italian origins.
* InMemoriam: Dedicated to longtime producer Albert R. "Cubby" Broccoli.
* RealitySubtext: In the novelization, Jack Wade asks Bond about [[Film/{{Goldeneye}} Natalya]], to which Bond replies that she's now married to a hockey player. Izabella Scorupco really did marry pro hockey player Mariusz Czerkawski in 1996.
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: The plot was supposed to be about the reunification of Hong Kong and China, but someone realised they wouldn't be able to get the film done in time, resulting in rewrites that caused the last act to be all action and barely any plot.
* SerendipityWritesThePlot: The original title was ''Tomorrow Never Lies'', the proposed TagLine of Carver's newspaper ''Tomorrow''. A mis-spelled fax lead to the one the filmmakers eventually used.
* TechnologyMarchesOn: Notice when Carver lists off all the assets of his media empire: TV, news, radio, magazines. The Internet isn't mentioned at all.
* TruthInTelevision: If you thought a media company wouldn't really engineer a war for ratings, you'd actually be wrong. Back in TheSixties, CBS subsidized a planned mercenary coup of Haitian dictator Francois Duvalier for the purpose of shooting a television documentary. The FBI foiled the invasion plot, and CBS was chewed out by the FCC and the House Commerce Committee over the incident.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** The writers originally wanted to base a story off of Hong Kong's turnover from British to Chinese control. But since the event happened (1 July 1997) too soon for them to finish the movie, and it happened without a hitch, they decided not to trivialise it or appear irrelevant. This plot was instead the basis for the Raymond Benson ''Literature/JamesBond'' novel ''Literature/ZeroMinusTen.''
** There were three songs wrote up for the main theme. Two of them made it into the film as the main and credits music, respectively; the third, also titled "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ue08taBvZTU Tomorrow Never Dies]]" by Danish band Swan Lee, was later used for ''VideoGame/HitmanBloodMoney''. It's the song which plays during the game's credits, and also sung (badly) by the AxCrazy female assassin in the "Heaven and Hell" level. Music/{{Pulp}} also wrote a proposed theme (which had the film's original title, "Tomorrow Never Lies"), later issued as a b-side. Music/SaintEtienne also wrote a version.
** Creator/{{Rare}} was offered the chance to make a ''Tomorrow Never Dies'' video game after their hugely successful ''VideoGame/GoldenEye1997'', but turned it down in favor of [[VideoGame/PerfectDark doing their own thing]] (the ''TND'' game that '''was''' released was called one of the "most spectacular failures of gaming" by G4 in 2003).
** The film was originally to be titled ''Tomorrow Never '''Lies''''', which makes more sense than the final title, what with the plot involving Carver creating the next day's headlines in advance before causing those events to happen. However, it was changed due to a typo, oddly enough.
** Ricky Jay is a famous magician who is able to throw playing cards with enough force to embed them in anything from a watermelon to a wall. Scenes deleted would have incorporated this into his character Henry Gupta.
** Creator/MonicaBellucci was nearly cast as Paris Carver, but the role was then given to Teri Hatcher. Considering that a lot people disliked Hatcher's acting in this movie, it was probably in the producers' best interest to keep their original choice. Bellucci would have to wait [[Film/{{Spectre}} 18 years]] before she would have the chance play a Bond Girl.

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