The film was originally titled "The Bop Decameron", before being changed to "Nero Fiddled" and eventually to "To Rome With Love". Woody Allen changed it when he realized that few people understood the title's loose reference to 'The Decameron", a medieval collection of novellas.
Alluding to allegations of sexual abuse by Woody Allen, Ellen Page wrote on Facebook in 2017 that working on the film was the "biggest regret" of her career. She claimed that she was pressured to work on it by others who told her "of course you have to say yes to this Woody Allen film". Page concluded "I made an awful mistake"
During an intimate conversation, Jack - who is an architecture student - asks Monica if she has any interest in architecture, to which she says "some." In Inception (2010), Ellen Page played Ariadne, Cobb's chief architect.