...that Kevin Spacey's name does not appear in the opening credits in order to conceal the killer's identity. His name does, however, appear first in the closing credits.
…that Somerset and Mills discuss a book off of the FBI list called Of Human Bondage which was written by W. Somerset Maugham and was made into three different movies, the most famous being the 1934 Version starring Bette Davis and Leslie Howard.
... while making the movie director David Fincher told his fellow filmmakers that he wanted the tone of Seven to be similar to two thrillers that he admired greatly Klute and Malice.
... Okay we will admit that we hide our eyes a lot in gory movies but we think this is the only movie that requires eye hiding in the opening credits.
... People do seem to be obsessed with the ending of Seven. There's the ending in the movie that Bard Pitt fought for, the ending the studio wanted, the other endings they considered and then there's this:
... Just for Fun. Some things are so crazy it doesn't even matter that they make no sense at all:
Seven On Location
Hollywood Walk of Fame Star
In the early 1960's, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce developed the idea of the "Hollywood Walk of Fame." The sidewalks of the most famous streets in the heart of Hollywood were lined with "stars" recognizing celebrities' life-long contributions to the entertainment industry. Receiving a star is still to this day considered a huge honor. Here's where you can find Kevin Spacey's star:
Walk of Fame Star (Motion Pictures)
6801 Hollywood Blvd.