Edward scissorhands theme essay

Spielberg courted Jack Nicholson for the role of Edward Bloom, Sr. and towards this end, had August compose two additional drafts for Nicholson's part. August recalls: "There was this thought that there wasn't enough for Jack Nicholson to do in the movie so we built new sequences. Pieces got moved around, but it wasn't a lot of new stuff being created. It ended up being a really good intellectual exercise in my explaining and defending and reanalyzing pieces of the story." [13] Spielberg eventually left Big Fish when he became distracted with Catch Me If You Can (2002), [16] and DreamWorks also backed out of the film. [14]

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