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Night of the Seven Deadly Sins (2016)

R | 2h 30min | Animation, Comedy, Crime | 30 November 2016 (USA)

Synopsis

Zachary, Grace and Lexia Bortz investigate murders following the seven deadly sins.

Director, Producers and Writer

Director: David Fincher

Producers: David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, Neal H. Moritz

Writer: Andrew Kevin Walker

Stars

Regan Burns, Peyton List, Laura Marano (see full cast below)

Character Gallery

Main Characters

Recurring Characters

Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:

  • Regan Burns-...-Zachary Bortz
  • Peyton List-...-Grace Bortz
  • Laura Marano-...-Lexia Bortz
  • Patton Oswalt-...-Mondo Indian
  • Catherine Taber-...-Cloe Indian
  • Dakota Johnson-...-Ainsley Bortz
  • Rebel Wilson-...-Hailey Bortz
  • Dan Castellaneta-...-Nick Bortz
  • Julie Kavner-...-Alexa Bortz
  • Nancy Cartwright-...-Ava Bortz
  • Albert Brooks-...-Colin Bortz
  • Ellen DeGeneres-...-Sarah Bortz
  • Amy Poehler-...-Alexandra Bortz
  • Tommy Lee Jones-...-Austin, Paige and Rebecca Bortz
  • Meryl Streep-...-Mallory and Claire Bortz
  • Steve Carell-...-Danielle Bortz
  • Nancy Carell-...-Lauren Bortz
  • Beth Littleford-...-Lucy Bortz

Storyline

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Written by Andrew Kevin Walker

Genres: Animation | Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery | Romance | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for brutal violent content including rape and torture, grisly afterviews of horrific and bizarre killings, disturbing bloody images, pervasive language, strong sexuality/nudity and some drug use | See all certifications >>

Parents Guide: View content advisory >>

Details

Country: USA

Language: English

Release Dates

30 November 2016 (USA, theatrical release)

7 March 2017 (USA, home release)

Company Credits

Production Companies

Distributors

  • Warner Home Video (2017) (DVD) (USA)
  • Warner Home Video (2017) (Blu-Ray) (USA)

Trivia

  1. Both films focus on the seven deadly sins.
  2. Both are crime, drama, mystery and thriller films.
    1. In fact, they are both neo-noir crime thriller films.
  3. Both films were directed by David Fincher.
  4. Both films were written by Andrew Kevin Walker.
  5. Both films have an R rating.
    1. This film is rated R for brutal violent content including rape and torture, grisly afterviews of horrific and bizarre killings, disturbing bloody images, pervasive language, strong sexuality/nudity and some drug use.
    2. Se7en (1995) is rated R for grisly afterviews of horrific and bizarre killings, and for strong language.
      1. Both films have grisly afterviews of horrific and bizarre killings in their rating reason.
  6. Both films were released by New Line Cinema.
  7. Both films have a 16 rating in Argentina.
  8. In Canada, both films have an R rating outside Quebec and a 16+ rating inside.
  9. Both films have an 18 rating in Chile.
  10. Both films have a 16 rating in Germany.
  11. Both films have a IIB rating in Hong Kong.
  12. Both films have an 18 rating in Hungary.
  13. Both films have a 16 rating in Iceland.
  14. Both films have an M18 rating in Singapore.
  15. Both films have an 18 rating in Spain.
  16. Both films have a 15 rating in Sweden.
  17. Both films have an 18 rating in the UK.
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