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|Cast overview, first billed only:|
|Sylvester Stallone||-||Jack Carter|
|Rachael Leigh Cook||-||Doreen|
|John C. McGinley||-||Con McCarty|
|Alan Cumming||-||Jeremy Kinnear|
|Michael Caine||-||Cliff Brumby|
|Mickey Rourke||-||Cyrus Paice|
|Mark Boone Junior||-||Jim Davis (as Mark Boone Jr.)|
|Garwin Sanford||-||Les Fletcher|
|Darryl Scheelar||-||Security Guard|
|Yan-Kay Crystal Lowe||-||Girl #1 (as Crystal Lowe)|
|Lauren Lee Smith||-||Girl #2 (as Lauren Smith)|
Franchise Pictures was reluctant to cast Mickey Rourke, in light of his troubled past as a Hollywood bad-boy. Friend Sylvester Stallone, who put Rourke up for the role, guaranteed a portion of his salary, so if Rourke did cause any delays or problems, the production would be covered. Rourke turned up every day on time, and was a complete professional. His work impressed Franchise enough that they hired him shortly after for their next film, The Pledge (2001).
The original screenplay, for which Stallone signed on, was much more violent, and focused more on the "revenge" element.
Sir Michael Caine, who plays Cliff Brumby in this film, played Jack Carter in the original Get Carter (1971).
For the flashback scenes that show Richie's murder, Stephen Kay wanted the film to look grainy and damaged, so he asked Deluxe, the film processor, to think outside the box. Happy to oblige, the techs at Deluxe tied the film to the back of a car and drove it around their parking lot - creating the scratched look. The experiment was short-lived when a Deluxe executive saw it, and ordered them to stop - fearing it would give the company a bad name.
When Doreen asks Carter why he went away for so long, Carter responds, "That's a long story." Doreen replies, "It's a long ride back." These lines were also spoken in Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985) when John Rambo is speaking with his Vietnamese insider.
Director Stephen Kay clashed with Franchise Pictures, the financier, over the tone of the film. Kay wanted the film to be more of an "anti-revenge" film, while Franchise wanted a more traditional Stallone action picture.
Before Sylvester Stallone and Mickey Rourke worked together, they both were considered to play Axel Foley in Beverly Hills Cop (1984), and Butch Coolidge in Pulp Fiction (1994).
There were plans to do a sequel, which never materialized.
Unlike the original Get Carter (1971), which has received a cult following, particularly in the UK, and was considered to be a financial success, the 2000 remake was not well received by critics, and did not receive a theatrical release in the UK. It also did poorly at the box-office.
One of the reasons why Michael Caine agreed to appear in the remake to one of his best films as it afforded him the chance to work with his friend, Sylvester Stallone. The two had bonded when they made John Huston's Victory (1981).
Rachael Leigh Cook and Alan Cumming also appeared in Josie and the Pussycats (2001).
Rhona Mitra's character, Geraldine, may be a nod to Geraldine Moffat, who played a similar character in the original Get Carter (1971).
Sylvester Stallone says to Mickey Rourke "I know who I am." This was a line said repeatedly by Mickey Rourke at the climax of Сердце Ангела (1987).
Michael Caine's cameo only took two days to film.
Sir Michael Caine's character was only in one scene in the original cut, but test audiences said they liked him, and they transformed the movie, to have Caine as the bad guy.
Jack Carter changes his clothes only once in the film, at the end. He wears the same gray suit and white shirt throughout the entire movie, only alternating ties. At the end of the movie he changes from his "slick" gangster look: shaving off his goatee and wearing a blue dress shirt with black slacks while carrying a black dress jacket in his arms. The last line of the movie is his niece Doreen saying "Hey...like the new look." Carter smiles and drives off and credits roll.
Bad Dub Errors: In the fight scene between Carter and Cyrus (Mickey Rourke), Cyrus is heard verbally taunting Jack throughout their initial fisticuffs in the back room of Cyrus's house, but the camera clearly shows that Cyrus's lips are not moving at all. Most likely, Rourke dubbed his vocals in the studio for the fight, but it is clear that he is not speaking a single word as the camera shows various closeups of his face during the fight while his voice is heard.
The scene at the near of the film where Carter shoots Brumby in a car park after catching him trying to steal the disc was the last scene to be filmed, due to Sylvester Stallone's goatee being barely visible, and Michael Caine's hair being shorter than it was in his previous scene.