Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman go Blu for Fincher’s “Se7en” release
Hollywoodnews.com: Did anyone else watch David Fincher’s brilliant “Se7en” on AMC last night? Revisiting it for the first time in years reminded me just how ahead of the curve Fincher was as a visual storyteller capable of enhancing a genre picture with artistic flourishes and fantastic edits. We’d see his artistry on display in “Zodiac” and “The Curious case of Benjamin Button.” But even with “Se7en,” this guys was working on a different level than his contemporaries.
If you haven’t seen Fincher’s seminal serial killer procedural in some time, you are in luck. Warner Home Video announced this morning that the airtight thriller, which stars Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman as partners pursuing a nameless slasher (Kevin Spacey), will make its Blu-ray debut on Sept. 14.
The disc will boast a 7.1 audio track, while supplemental features will range from four separate commentary tracks to a handful of frightening alternate endings. Fincher reportedly supervised the Blu-ray conversion of “Se7en,” and contributes to a 32-page bonus book filled with film trivia, cast bios and more.
Stay tuned to HollywoodNews.com for more details on this anticpated release as they emerge.