Julia Roberts has uncovered that Pretty Woman was initially not a lighthearted comedy and had an unpalatable completion
Julia Roberts has uncovered that the first consummation for Pretty Woman saw her character being tossed into “messy back street”.
The 51-year-old Hollywood star said that the in its first origination, Pretty Woman was not the rom-com we know and love but rather was rather a ‘dim and lumpy show about prostitution’.
Addressing individual entertainer Patricia Arquette for Variety’s Actors on Actors arrangement, Julia uncovered that her character, Vivian Ward, was initially tossed from a vehicle and left in a “filthy back road” with cash tossed at her.
Pretty Woman had helped make Julia Roberts one of Hollywood’s greatest stars in 1990, as she played a whore ‘with an endearing personality’ that was charmed by rich specialist, Edward Lewis, played by Richard Gere.
Rather than Gere’s character climbing an emergency exit to announce everlasting affection to Vivian, the film was initially called ‘3,000’ and had an “extremely overwhelming” finishing “like a dim abrasive craftsmanship motion picture.”
Vivian was tossed from a vehicle, into a “filthy rear way”, with cash tossed at her, in a scene that is a long ways from the sentimental consummation that we as a whole know and love now.
While Julia said that she was glad to assume the job in the ‘coarse rendition’, the generation organization making that film became bankrupt and the task was revised by Disney, who took the film on.