In Roman J. Israel, Esq. (2017) there's a visible gap between Denzel Washington's two front teeth that he hasn't sported since high school. Washington fixed the gap between his front teeth sometime after high school, but for this role the actor removed his dental caps again.
After the premiere at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival, director Dan Gilroy and Denzel Washington decided to re-structure and re-focus parts of the narrative, which resulted in the removal of 12 minutes of footage. The director said, that the TIFF premiere served more as "a very high end test screening", because there was no time to do it before, and all involved are now happy with the final cut. [Oct. 2017]