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Seven things you didn’t know about ‘Seven’, as David Fincher’s crime classic turns 25 – Yahoo Sports

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Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt in serial killer thriller ‘Seven’. (Credit: New Line Cinema)

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Morgan Freeman portrays seasoned cop Detective Lieutenant William Somerset, who is on the brink of retirement, while Brad Pitt is the rather unpredictable young detective David Mills. Every horrific murder frustrates them further, right up until the point that the killer is revealed and cinema’s most famous cardboard box makes its fateful appearance.

It almost starred Al Pacino and Denzel Washington

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Al Pacino and Denzel Washington were both considered for lead roles in ‘Seven’. (Credit: Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic/Kevin Winter/Getty Images for WarnerMedia)

Great roles actors have turned down

Just about every role has a story attached to it. Gwyneth Paltrow originally said no to the role of Tracy, but second choice Christina Applegate did too, bringing things back around to Paltrow. The weirdest one, though? Kevin Spacey’s chilling John Doe role was offered to Val Kilmer, which is fair enough, but it also almost went to Michael Stipe — frontman of R.E.M. That’s a different movie.

Guillermo del Toro thought he was too romantic for it

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Guillermo del Toro attends the ceremony honouring him with a Star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame held on August 06, 2019. (Photo by Michael Tran/FilmMagic)

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revealed he had “rightfully said no”. He said the script was great, but that it had a “very cynical view of the world”. He added: “I loved it, I wanted to see it, but I’m a romantic, fat b***ard and I don’t subscribe to that view.”” data-reactid=”88″>But someone who definitely turned it down was Guillermo del Toro. His debut film Cronos had earned the attention of Hollywood and he seemed an ideal fit for the material in the minds of execs. In 2008, however, the Pan’s Labyrinth filmmaker revealed he had “rightfully said no”. He said the script was great, but that it had a “very cynical view of the world”. He added: “I loved it, I wanted to see it, but I’m a romantic, fat b***ard and I don’t subscribe to that view.”

People still swear they saw Gwyneth Paltrow’s head

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The ‘what’s in the box?’ scene is one of the most memorable moments in ‘Seven’. (Credit: New Line Cinema)

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people have told him they think they saw it and Fincher has had at least one argument about whether he showed the gory image.” data-reactid=”117″>Such is the cinematic flair here that many viewers are sure they saw more than they did. Any cursory Google search will reveal hundreds of people who genuinely believe they saw Paltrow’s head — a macabre manifestation of the Mandela Effect. Editor Richard Francis-Bruce said people have told him they think they saw it and Fincher has had at least one argument about whether he showed the gory image.

Only one of the murders takes place on screen

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Brad Pitt as Mills in ‘Seven’. (Credit: New Line Cinema)

limited the portrayal of actual violence in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and let atmosphere fill the gap, Fincher creates such a grim world that the movie feels far more explicit than it actually is.

Brad Pitt’s gruesome injury caused continuity problems

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Brad Pitt injured his arm on the set of ‘Seven’. (Credit: New Line Cinema)

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written into the script, with Mills saying he had broken his arm. This posed certain continuity issues when they came to film scenes that would take place prior to the apparent injury. Eagle-eyed viewers will notice him concealing his left arm in several scenes throughout the movie.” data-reactid=”164″>The cast was subsequently written into the script, with Mills saying he had broken his arm. This posed certain continuity issues when they came to film scenes that would take place prior to the apparent injury. Eagle-eyed viewers will notice him concealing his left arm in several scenes throughout the movie.

Fincher and his team went to extreme lengths for bleakness

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David Fincher on September 15, 2019. (Photo by David Livingston/Getty Images)

deployed in the Vin Diesel actioner Pitch Black — in order to retain the silver in the film stock and deepen the dark images as a result. Rain machines, of course, were constantly used as part of the portrayal of a city packed with pollution and darkness.

recently cancelled crime show Cops — a staple of American TV at the time.

There’s a sequel… sort of

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Colin Farrell and Anthony Hopkins in ‘Solace’. (Credit: Lionsgate)

Rotten Tomatoes.” data-reactid=”209″>Do you remember the 2015 mystery thriller Solace? Of course you don’t. Nobody does. The film, starring Anthony Hopkins as a psychic hunting down a serial killer with similar abilities, only made $23.5m (£18.2m) at the box office. It was also greeted by a raspberry from critics, achieving just a 25% approval score on Rotten Tomatoes.

In his words: “I would have less interest in that than I would in having cigarettes put out in my eyes … I don’t want to do the same s*** over and over.”” data-reactid=”210″>Meanwhile, rumours of a Seven sequel — it was due to be, rather awkwardly, titled Ei8ht — had swirled online since the late 1990s. Fincher had made it clear, in no uncertain terms, that he would be staying well away from any follow-up. In his words: “I would have less interest in that than I would in having cigarettes put out in my eyes … I don’t want to do the same s*** over and over.”

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