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Se7en (1995)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $100,125,643Details
International Box Office $228,000,000Details
Worldwide Box Office $328,125,643
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  3. Box Office
  4. International
  5. Video Sales
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 601-700) 687 $100,125,643
All Time International Box Office (Rank 201-300) 287 $228,000,000
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 301-400) 363 $328,125,643
All Time Domestic Box Office for R Movies (Rank 101-200) 161 $100,125,643
All Time International Box Office for R Movies 40 $228,000,000
All Time Worldwide Box Office for R Movies 51 $328,125,643

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$30,000,000
Domestic Releases: September 22nd, 1995 (Wide) by New Line
Video Release: March 26th, 1997 by New Line Home Video, released as Seven
MPAA Rating: R for grisly afterviews of horrific and bizarre killings, and for strong language
Running Time: 126 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Zodiac
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Keywords: Serial Killer, Film Noir
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Juno Pix
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest Domestic 32nd Weekend 67 $64,853 Apr 26, 1996 220
Fastest to $100m 649 $100,058,010 Apr 26, 1996 220
Biggest Domestic 31st Weekend 48 $134,903 Apr 19, 1996 213
Biggest Domestic 30th Weekend 39 $268,913 Apr 12, 1996 206
Biggest Domestic 29th Weekend 32 $463,643 Apr 5, 1996 199
Biggest Domestic 28th Weekend 46 $227,833 Mar 29, 1996 192
Biggest Domestic 27th Weekend 41 $322,308 Mar 22, 1996 185
Biggest Domestic 26th Weekend 44 $419,663 Mar 15, 1996 178
Biggest Domestic 25th Weekend 46 $503,999 Mar 8, 1996 171
Biggest Domestic 24th Weekend 56 $531,096 Mar 1, 1996 164
Biggest Domestic 23rd Weekend 55 $652,623 Feb 23, 1996 157
Biggest Domestic 22nd Weekend 58 $774,669 Feb 16, 1996 150
Biggest Domestic 21st Weekend 60 $801,502 Feb 9, 1996 143
Biggest Domestic 20th Weekend 69 $885,682 Feb 2, 1996 136
Biggest Domestic 19th Weekend 63 $1,007,161 Jan 26, 1996 129
Biggest Domestic 18th Weekend 65 $1,260,725 Jan 19, 1996 122
Biggest Domestic 17th Weekend 58 $1,710,045 Jan 12, 1996 115
Fastest to $50m 1,057 $57,754,130 Oct 13, 1995 24
Columbus Day (All Movies, 3-Day) 71 $10,421,517 Oct 6, 1995 17
Columbus Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 39 $20,723,246 Oct 6, 1995 17

Cast

   Mills
   Somerset
Gwyneth Paltrow    Tracy Mills
John C. McGinley    California
Richard Roundtree    Dist. Atty. Martin Talbot
R. Lee Ermey    Police Captain
Julie Araskog    Mrs. Gould
Mark Boone Jr.    Greasy F.B.I. Man
John Cassini    Officer Davis
Reg E. Cathey    Dr. Santiago
Peter Crombie    Dr. O'Neill
James Hawthorne    George the Nightguard at Library
Michael Massee    Man in Booth at Massage Parlor
Leland Orser    Crazed Man in Massage Parlor
Richard Portnow    Dr. Beardsley
Richard Schiff    Mark Swarr
Pamela Tyson    Thin Vagrant at John Doe's Apt
Kevin Spacey    John Doe
Daniel Zacapa    Taylor at 1st Murder
Bob Mack    Gluttony Victim
George Christy    Workman at Somerset's Office
Endre Hules    Cab Driver
Roscoe Davidson    First Guard at Library
Bob Collins    Second Guard at Library
Jimmy Dale Hartsell    Library Janitor
Charline Su    TV News Reporter
Dominique Jennings    TV News Reporter
Allan Kolman    1st Forensic Man in Law Office
Beverly Burke    TV Anchor Woman
Gene Borkan    Eli Gould, Greed Victim
Mario Didonato    Fingerprint Forensic Man in Law Office
Alfonso Freeman    Fingerprint Technician
Harrison White    Cop at Swat Team
Robert Stephenson    Cop on Swat Team
Michael Reid McKay    Victor, Sloth Victim
Tudor Sherrard    Coupon Man Outside Pizza Parlor
Lennie Loftin    Policeman Who Takes Vagrant Statement
Sarah Hale Reinhardt    Police Sketch Artist
Emily Wagner    Detective Sarah at John Doe's Apt
Martin Serene    Wild Bill
David Correia    Cop at Massage Parlor
Ron Blair    Cop at Massage Parlor
Cat Mueller    Lust Victim
Lexie Bigham    Sweating Cop at Massage Parlor
Evan Miranda    Paramedic at Massage Parlor
Paul S. Eckstein    Paramedic at Massage Parlor
Harris Savides    911 Operator
Rachel Schadt    Additional 911 Operator
Heidi Schanz    Pride Victim
Andy Walker    Dead Man at 1st Crime Scene

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Andrew Kevin Walker
Producer    Arnold Kopelson
Producer    Phyllis Carlyle
Executive Producer    Gianni Nunnari
Executive Producer    Dan Kolsrud
Executive Producer    Anne Kopelson
Production Designer    Arthur Max
Editor    William Hoy
Composer    Howard Shore
Director of Photography    Darius Khondji
Co-Producer    Stephen Brown
Co-Producer    Nana Greenwald
Co-Producer    Sanford Panitch
Co-Executive Producer    Lynn Harris
Co-Executive Producer    Richard Saperstein
Associate Producer    Michele Platt
Assistant Director    Nilo Otero
Assistant Director    Michael Alan Kahn
Unit Production Manager    Allan Wertheim
Unit Production Manager    Robert S. Mendelsohn
Art Director    Gary Wissner
Set Decorator    Clay A. Griffith
Visual Effects Supervisor    Greg Kimble
Costume Designer    Michael Kaplan
Costume Supervisor    Elinor C. Bardach
Supervising Film Editor    Richard Francis-Bruce
Sound Mixer    Willie D. Burton
Re-recording Mixer    Robert J. Litt
Re-recording Mixer    Rick Hart
Re-recording Mixer    Elliot Tyson
Supervising Sound Editor    Patrick Dodd
Sound Effects Editor    Kim B. Christensen
Sound Effects Editor    Ren Klyce
Sound Effects Editor    Jennifer L. Ware
Dialogue Editor    John Nutt
Dialogue Editor    Francesca Dodd
Music Editor    Ellen Segal
Music Editor    Angie Rubin
Make up    Jean A. Black
Make-up and Hair Designer    Michael White
Casting Director    Billy Hopkins
Casting Director    Suzanne Smith
Casting Director    Kerry Barden
Stunt Coordinator    Charles Picerni Jr

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1995/09/22 1 $13,949,807   2,441 $5,715   $13,949,807 1
1995/09/29 1 $12,378,647 -11% 2,472 $5,008   $30,805,661 2
1995/10/06 1 $10,421,517 -16% 2,511 $4,150   $45,500,506 3
1995/10/13 1 $8,645,354 -17% 2,511 $3,443   $57,754,130 4
1995/10/20 3 $7,121,898 -18% 2,528 $2,817   $67,554,242 5
1995/10/27 6 $4,034,511 -43% 2,252 $1,792   $73,329,475 6
1995/11/03 8 $3,734,101 -7% 2,007 $1,861   $78,351,444 7
1995/11/10 8 $2,479,799 -34% 1,818 $1,364   $81,902,765 8
1995/11/17 9 $1,641,769 -34% 1,463 $1,122   $84,225,310 9
1995/11/24 13 $893,351 -46% 812 $1,100   $85,570,949 10
1995/12/01 16 $397,623 -55% 529 $752   $86,123,584 11
1995/12/08 17 $270,998 -32% 474 $572   $86,507,192 12
1995/12/15 16 $227,830 -16% 374 $609   $86,835,025 13
1995/12/22 45 $30,692 -87% 68 $451   $86,954,040 14
1995/12/29 49 $55,941 +82% 51 $1,097   $87,046,142 15
1996/01/05 45 $48,909 -13% 61 $802   $87,116,337 16
1996/01/12 15 $1,710,045 +3,396% 902 $1,896   $88,856,400 17
1996/01/19 19 $1,260,725 -26% 1,120 $1,126   $90,481,182 18
1996/01/26 20 $1,007,161 -20% 921 $1,094   $91,900,921 19
1996/02/02 20 $885,682 -12% 993 $892   $93,147,445 20
1996/02/09 17 $801,502 -10% 901 $890   $94,268,795 21
1996/02/16 20 $774,669 -3% 812 $954   $95,323,354 22
1996/02/23 20 $652,623 -16% 680 $960   $96,113,721 23
1996/03/01 21 $531,096 -19% 510 $1,041   $96,826,751 24
1996/03/08 24 $503,999 -5% 398 $1,266   $97,482,920 25
1996/03/15 23 $419,663 -17% 324 $1,295   $98,042,800 26
1996/03/22 25 $322,308 -23% 299 $1,078   $98,481,595 27
1996/03/29 27 $227,833 -29% 275 $828   $98,800,375 28
1996/04/05 22 $463,643 +104% 233 $1,990   $99,329,755 29
1996/04/12 26 $268,913 -42% 201 $1,338   $99,733,675 30
1996/04/19 32 $134,903 -50% 168 $803   $99,951,748 31
1996/04/26 39 $64,853 -52% 135 $480   $100,058,010 32

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1995/09/22 1 $18,427,014   2,441 $7,549   $18,427,014 1
1995/09/29 1 $16,651,975 -10% 2,472 $6,736   $35,078,989 2
1995/10/06 1 $14,029,787 -16% 2,511 $5,587   $49,108,776 3
1995/10/13 2 $11,323,568 -19% 2,511 $4,510   $60,432,344 4
1995/10/20 3 $8,862,620 -22% 2,528 $3,506   $69,294,964 5
1995/10/27 5 $5,322,379 -40% 2,252 $2,363   $74,617,343 6
1995/11/03 7 $4,805,623 -10% 2,007 $2,394   $79,422,966 7
1995/11/10 7 $3,160,575 -34% 1,818 $1,738   $82,583,541 8
1995/11/17 9 $2,094,057 -34% 1,463 $1,431   $84,677,598 9
1995/11/24 13 $1,048,363 -50% 812 $1,291   $85,725,961 10
1995/12/01 16 $510,233 -51% 529 $965   $86,236,194 11
1995/12/08 16 $371,001 -27% 474 $783   $86,607,195 12
1995/12/15 16 $316,153 -15% 374 $845   $86,923,348 13
1995/12/22 43 $66,853 -79% 68 $983   $86,990,201 14
1995/12/29 46 $77,227 +16% 51 $1,514   $87,067,428 15
1996/01/05 42 $78,927 +2% 61 $1,294   $87,146,355 16
1996/01/12 15 $2,074,102 +2,528% 902 $2,299   $89,220,457 17
1996/01/19 19 $1,673,303 -19% 1,120 $1,494   $90,893,760 18
1996/01/26 20 $1,368,003 -18% 921 $1,485   $92,261,763 19
1996/02/02 22 $1,205,530 -12% 993 $1,214   $93,467,293 20
1996/02/09 18 $1,081,392 -10% 901 $1,200   $94,548,685 21
1996/02/16 21 $912,413 -16% 812 $1,124   $95,461,098 22
1996/02/23 20 $834,557 -9% 680 $1,227   $96,295,655 23
1996/03/01 21 $683,266 -18% 510 $1,340   $96,978,921 24
1996/03/08 25 $644,216 -6% 398 $1,619   $97,623,137 25
1996/03/15 23 $536,150 -17% 324 $1,655   $98,159,287 26
1996/03/22 27 $413,255 -23% 299 $1,382   $98,572,542 27
1996/03/29 27 $293,570 -29% 275 $1,068   $98,866,112 28
1996/04/05 23 $598,650 +104% 233 $2,569   $99,464,762 29
1996/04/12 25 $352,083 -41% 201 $1,752   $99,816,845 30
1996/04/19 29 $176,312 -50% 168 $1,049   $99,993,157 31

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/5/20091852,046 52,046$285,733$285,733641
7/26/20092040,926 92,972$321,707$607,440644
8/2/20092341,864+2% 134,836$317,049$924,488645
8/9/20091757,501+37% 192,337$442,183$1,366,671646
8/16/20091940,946-29% 233,283$312,488$1,679,158647
10/25/20092933,907 437,688$232,290$3,126,304657
11/8/20092844,660 495,636$352,707$3,566,763659
1/17/20102747,596 680,279$613,222$5,708,811669
2/28/20102947,235 780,973$368,117$6,686,191675

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/19/2010712,802 12,802$332,735$332,735704

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