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  • This is the first "Saw" film to be released more than a year after the previous film.
  • Even though Saw 3D: The Final Chapter (2010) was originally intended to be the final film of the series, in 2012, the studio, Lionsgate, had expressed interest in continuing the "Saw" films, even contemplating doing a reboot for some time. Then, in 2016, the development for Jigsaw (2017) was officially confirmed.
  • This is the first "Saw" film with two directors.
  • Jigsaw (2017) was shot in Toronto, Canada in 2016. It started filming on September 26, the birthday of Gustavo Goulart, who was originally accepted for a leading role in the movie but was soon replaced, because his work visa would not be issued in time. However, Gustavo Goulart released his audition on YouTube as a short movie called Walking After You (2016).
  • It is unknown as to whether this film will actually be titled "Saw: Legacy". "Legacy" is being used as a code name for this film, sparking rumours that it will be titled "Saw: Legacy", however it may have just been called that to keep the film a secret.
  • A soft reference to Jigsaw (2017) was shown in the film Insidious (2010). It was a drawing of the clown puppet on a chalkboard with the number "8" beneath it.
  • The script was finished in February 2016.
  • The first Saw Sequel which doesn't have a number in the title.
  • This is the first film in the whole franchise to be filmed in anamorphic, especially in the 2.35:1 aspect ratio. The previous titles, including Saw 3D: The Final Chapter (2010), were all filmed in spherical/non-anamorphic.
  • This story starts right after the events of Saw 3D: The Final Chapter (2010).
  • Previously called "Saw: Legacy," the title changed to Jigsaw (2017), making it the first movie to have Tobin Bell's character's name displayed in the title.
  • This was originally called "Saw: Legacy" But they had to change it to "Jigsaw".
  • Takes place over 10 years after the events of Saw III (2006), the movie that features the death of Jigsaw.
  • This is the second film in the series to be digitally filmed. The first was Saw 3D: The Final Chapter (2010).
  • Assuming good box office results for this installment, a sequel was already being written for the movie, months ahead of its release. Set for a Halloween 2018 release, this sequel was being written with the unofficial title "Jigsaw Lives".
  • The film was originally classified R18+ by the Australian Office of Film and Literature Classification, with ratings advice of "high impact horror violence." The distributor, Studio Canal, decided to appeal this rating to the Classification Review Board. On October 20, 2017, the Review Board overturned the R18+ rating and lowered it to MA15+ with advice of "strong themes and strong horror violence." Films classified MA15+ require a person under that age to be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian. In the Review Board's opinion, the themes and violence in the film overall was only strong in impact, not high, and therefore it did not warrant a more restrictive rating.
  • This is the first film in the series since the first one that does not feature an opening death trap.
  • Jigsaw is said to have been dead for over 10 years. This film was released on October 27, 2017. In Saw III, Jigsaw was killed. Saw III premiered on October 27, 2006; therefore he has been dead for exactly 11 years.


  • For the 2nd time, the movie features a female killer. The 1st time that it happened was in Saw III (2006), with the character named Amanda Young.
  • Despite his character being dead since Saw III (2006), Tobin Bell reprises his role as Jigsaw (John Kramer).
  • This is the first Saw movie that doesn't include everyone in the cast list to fully surprise the audience with previous characters such as Detective Hoffman (Costas Mandylor) and Officer Rigg (Lyriq Bent).
  • Logan shares similarities with Jigsaw and his fellow apprentices. Like Jigsaw, Amanda, Detective Hoffman, and Dr. Gordon. He was a part of the main trap. Jigsaw pretended to be a dead body in the bathroom ("Saw"), Amanda survived the Reverse Bear Trap ("Saw") and was in the house with the participants pretending to be playing ("Saw II"), Detective Hoffman pretended to be a hostage during Officer Rigg's game ("Saw IV") and Dr. Gordon was one of the two participants in the bathroom ("Saw").
  • This is the first sequel in the "Saw" series to not feature footage from the previous films.
  • Is the second film in the "Saw" franchise to not have someone say "game over" at the end. The first being Saw V(2008).
  • The scene in Elenaor's studio features several past traps from previous "Saw" films, including "The Angel," "The Box," and "The Reverse Bear Trap". In addition to this, the closing sequence also shows Logan helping John build "The Reverse Bear Trap" in a flashback.
  • This is the second Saw film, and first since Saw V, that doesn't end with one character telling another "Game Over".
  • There are several hints that the farmhouse trap doesn't take place at the same time as the rest of the film. For example, the Jigsaw Puppet looks slightly different, with his "hair" slightly different and featuring glowing eyes. Also, none of the victims ever acknowledge that they are in a Jigsaw trap. Previous victims of "group" traps were aware of who Jigsaw was, especially due to the following he generated. Finally, when Anna and Ryan are confronted by John Kramer, neither of them makes reference to the fact that he is supposed to be dead.
  • Tobin Bell is the only cast member to appear in all eight films, as well as the only actor to reprise his role from the previous seven installments.
  • With the exception of Jill Tuck, none of the supporting characters from the first seven films are featured or even mentioned.
  • Body Count: Nine.
  • This film, even though not a prequel, tells the story of how John Kramer (aka Jigsaw) started his traps and chose victims.
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