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DEMOLITION MAN The Facts

Sandra Bullock replaced Lori Petty after a few days filming.

 
A poster for Lethal Weapon 3 (1992) can be seen in Lenina Huxley's office. Both films had Mark Poll as a set designer.

Many of the cars in the movie were prototypes of future models, supplied by General Motors.

"Lenina Huxley" is a reference to the character "Lenina Crowne", a character in "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley. At one point she says to John Spartan, "John, you're a savage," thus alluding to the Brave New World character John the Savage.

For some non-American releases, references to Taco Bell were changed to Pizza Hut. This includes dubbing, plus changing the logos during post-production. Taco Bell remains in the closing credits.

The UK released version still refers to Taco Bell and not Pizza Hut.

The television version omits the reference that Simon Phoenix makes to cannibal killer Jeffrey Dahmer.

UK version is cut by 2 seconds to attain a "15" rating.

Scenes shot but not used in the final film include a subplot involving John Spartan's daughter and the killing of Zachary Lamb by Simon Phoenix. This scenes were cut to shorten running time.

The scene where Simon kills the guards in the cryo prison was also trimmed but this time because it was too graphic. Originally the audience could see the guards being killed by the bullets.

Facts courtesy of Internet Movie Database and Warner Bros.
 

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