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(2017)

Trivia

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Dax Shepard did most of his own stunts, including the stoppie during the training test.
After the trailer debuted, a rumor stated that Erik Estrada, star of the original CHiPs (1977), blasted the trailer as "pure trash". Estrada later tweeted he never said that, and said, "Just watched the CHIPS trailer and laughed. Dax Shepard and Michael Peña are great. Cool stunts too."
Dax Shepard initially wanted Brad Pitt to play the villain.
Dax Shepard originally envisioned the film to be a big budget take with a PG-13 rating but due to budget cuts after signing on, he chose to make the film with an R-rating.
In real life, Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell are married with kids.
Kristen Bell and Ryan Hansen worked together on the TV show Veronica Mars (2004) and in the movie Veronica Mars (2014).
Dax Shepard, Josh Duhamel and Kristen Bell previously acted together in When in Rome (2010).
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Dax Shepard and Maya Rudolph also appeared together in Idiocracy (2006).
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Jessica McNamee also played a Chicago police officer in Sirens (2014).
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Cameo 

Erik Estrada: The actor who played Ponch in the TV show appears here as the paramedic who treats Ponch and Jon in the final scene.
Jason Ellis: one of the stunt men Dax Shepard punches. In a later segment on Ellis' radio show, Ellis told Shepard that he would've been very upset if he'd waited around for hours, only to have Shepard pull his punches.

Spoilers 

The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

On the second day of filming, Dax Shepard performed his nude scene, when Ponch throws him in the bathtub (his genitalia was censored).
Dax Shepard, Mae Whitman and Rosa Salazar previously acted together in NBC's Parenthood (2010).

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