The Sawyer House seen in the 1974 original film was rebuilt for the filming of "Leatherface".

The first film in the Texas Chain Saw Massacre franchise not to be filmed in the United States. Instead, the film was shot in Bulgaria for budgetary reasons.

Angela Bettis was originally signed on to the film before dropping out due to scheduling conflicts. She was replaced by Lili Taylor.

This film will take place before The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974).

This is Tobe Hooper's final film to be producing after his death on August 26 2017 from natural causes

Tobe Hooper, director of the original The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974), is an executive producer on this one.

The World Premiere was on 25 August 2017 at FrightFest in London.

After reshoots, the film will premiere on DirecTV before having a limited theatrical run.

The film depicts the eponymous Leatherface as a functional human being that has his mind and face destroyed through extensive trauma. However, this concept of Leatherface's backstory is not exclusive to the film. The narration to the third issue of the 1991 comic also titled "Leatherface" describes his backstory, "He was born an imbecile. Then bad things were done to him that made him hurt and made him fear. Bad things that virtually destroyed what little mind he had. Born an idiot and made a monster, scarcely human." On the DVD commentary for Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (1990), director Jeff Burr stated "I would say he's mindless as result of injury. I would have to assume that the catastrophic injury that destroyed his face may have destroyed his vocal cords." (46:50-48:00)

Both Finn Jones and Sam Coleman appeared on "Game of Thrones".

Stephen Dorff plays Sheriff Hal Hartman in this film, who is the father of Burt Hartman from Texas Chainsaw 3D (2013).

This isn't the first installment to use the title Leatherface (2017). There is also Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (1990).

Body count: 22.

While it's not mentioned in the film itself or the credits, Ted's last name, as confirmed by the screenwriter, is Hardesty, making him the father of Sally and Franklin.

Jackson (Sam Strike) is revealed to be Jedidiah "Jed" Sawyer, who ultimately becomes Leatherface. In 'Leatherface' (2017), Bud (Sam Coleman), a hulking mentally unstable teen that befriends Jackson, is established as a red herring for the eponymous character.