|爱德华·诺顿 (Edward Norton)||饰||The Narrator|
|布拉德·皮特 (Brad Pitt)||饰||Tyler Durden|
|米特·洛夫 (Meat Loaf)||饰||Robert 'Bob' Paulsen (as Meat Loaf Aday)|
|Zach Grenier||饰||Richard Chesler|
|Fox 2000 Pictures (presents)|
|Regency Enterprises (presents)|
|Medusa Film (in collaboration with)|
|发行公司||Gemini (2000) (Theatrical) (Russia)|
|Opening Weekend USA||$11,035,485, 17 October 1999|
|Cumulative Worldwide Gross||$101,187,503|
- After the copyright warning, there is another warning on the DVD. This warning is from Tyler Durden, and is only there for a second. "If you are reading this then this warning is for you. Every word you read of this is useless fine print is another second off your life. Don't you have other things to do? Is your life so empty that you honestly can't think of a better way to spend these moments? Or are you so impressed with authority that you give respect and credence to all who claim it? Do you read everything you're supposed to read? Do you think everything you're supposed to think? Buy what you're told you should want? Get out of your apartment. Meet a member of the opposite sex. Stop the excessive shopping and masturbation. Quit your job. Start a fight. Prove you're alive. If you don't claim your humanity you will become a statistic. You have been warned... Tyler"
- Author 恰克·帕拉尼克 has stated that he found the film to be an improvement on his novel.
- Author 恰克·帕拉尼克 first came up with the idea for the novel after being beaten up on a camping trip when he complained to some nearby campers about the noise of their radio. When he returned to work, he was fascinated to find that nobody would mention or acknowledge his injuries, instead saying such commonplace things as "How was your weekend?" Palahniuk concluded that the reason people reacted this way was because if they asked him what had happened, a degree of personal interaction would be necessary, and his workmates simply didn't care enough to connect with him on a personal level. It was his fascination with this societal 'blocking' which became the foundation for the novel.