Seven (Blu-ray SteelBook) [France]

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Mar 24, 2013
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Wondering which artwork will be chosen and expecting it to be the pickof the bunch . . . especially now thanks to Metropolitan's new "tidy steelbook" policy.

Hopefully, this on the front ............................................................................................................ and this on the back
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.. . if only to be significantly different to what's gone before . . . with another quick look at those:-
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Jun 19, 2017
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Since it's Metropolitan, I would expect any text to be in French
 
Jun 19, 2017
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Fnac just updated the product page with the artwork, same as the korean (as of 28/07/2017)

 
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Now that's some cool inside artwork.
Am I the only one who thinks the inside artwork (at least the left side) would have been better compared to the outside artwork?
 

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Am I the only one who thinks the inside artwork (at least the left side) would have been better compared to the outside artwork?
I think the inside artwork is perfect for the inside. I do agree the back artwork is just no good.
 
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#14
Who covers the front, back and interior of a steel with the finale of their movie?...
 
Mar 24, 2013
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New release date October 11, 2017

According to Wiki:-
"The head in the box ending was originally rejected by the studio but David Fincher was accidentally sent the original screenplay with that ending, convincing him to make the film. The producer still objected to it but Brad Pitt refused to act in the film unless the scene was kept."
No same "What's in the box?" ending = no Brad Pit

Apart from the box in SE7EN the most famous "What's in the box?" scene remains the one from KISS ME DEADLY (1955). Other "What's in the box?" moments are included in REPO MAN (1984), RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK (1981), PULP FICTION (1994), CAPTAIN AMERICA (2011) and not forgetting BARTON FINK (1991):-









 
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Mar 24, 2013
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Did they show what's inside the box?
Brad Pitt, "With Seven, I said, ‘I will do it on one condition – the - - - - - - - stays in the box. Put in the contract that the - - - - - stays in the box.’ Actually, there was a second thing, too: ‘He’s got to - - - - - the killer in the end. He doesn’t do the ‘right’ thing, he does the thing of passion.’ Those two things are in the contract. Cut to: Seven has been put together, and they’ve tested it. They go, ‘You know, he would be much more heroic if he didn’t - - - - - John Doe – and it’s too unsettling with the - - - - - - - in the box. We think maybe if it was the dog's - - - - - - - in the box…"

David Fincher, "I just said, ‘Long after we’re all gone — 50, 60 years from now — a bunch of 20-somethings will be at a cocktail party talking about a movie that they saw on the late show the night before … the ‘- - - - - -in-the-box movie.’ I said, ‘This is the - - - - - - -in-the-box movie. Every person I’ve talked to … knows it as the - - -- - - -in-the-box movie. You can’t take the - - - - - - in the box out of the - - - - - -in-the-box movie.’ And he thought about it, and he kind of smiled and said, ‘OK. Do it."
 
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I like the front, but still not sure what to think of artwork full of spoilers (no matter how old the movie is)