Trivia: In the opening sequence with the speed boat jetting through the boat house and over the road was filmed in Wapping, East London. It took a week to film that one sequence as I saw them doing it. Also, for the matter of continuity, when the boat goes across the road, it goes into some sort of alley with an arch above it; in reality it's actually a Group 4 building on the other side of that road.
Trivia: Apparently there was a line at the end of the intro sequence which was cut from the final release - among the people turning up to rescue Bond is M, who takes one look at him and says "Well, at least the Millennium Dome has some use".
Trivia: There's been a heated debate on whether not Sophie Marceau's nipple is visible on camera. As Brosnan turns her over after he says, "Enough ice for one night," You can clearly see her...nipular area, as Chandler (from Friends) once said. [And a little footnote to that one, probably only for DVD owners - if you watch the theatrical trailer and that scene both in slow-mo, you'll see that the nipple's been airbrushed out of the trailer, but not the film. Obviously to avoid offending trailer audiences]. (00:51:20)
Trivia: As the traffic wardens get splashed, the "What was that?" remark was the actor's real reaction. He wasn't told the spray would be that big.
Trivia: The BMW Z8 seen in the film isn't actually a Z8. BMW did every thing they could to produce it in time for the film but they couldn't. The car in the film is a cobra with parts of the Z8 stuck on to it.
Trivia: The Traffic Warden who looks at Bond's speedboat in a somewhat confused manner during the speedboat chase sequence is 'famous' for his stint on BBC's short-lived 'Traffic Wardens' series. I believe his name is Jeremy.
Trivia: Look at the registration number plate of the BMW. It is the same as the Aston Martin in one of the earlier films
Trivia: Producer Michael G. Wilson has a cameo role in this film - he is the man who gives Elektra something to sign as she enters her private booth in Valentin's casino.
Trivia: The pre-credits sequence is 14 minutes long, making it the longest in the history of the series.
Trivia: In Zukovsky's operations room, the 'girlie' pictures seen on the walls are that of former Bond girls.