Sign In. Edit Pretty Woman Edward Lewis Julia Roberts Vivian Ward Ralph Bellamy James Morse Jason Alexander Philip Stuckey Laura San Giacomo David Morse Amy Yasbeck Elizabeth Stuckey Elinor Donahue Bridget Hector Elizondo
Pretty Woman: The Musical Synopsis
See the gallery. Because of his extreme wealth and suave good looks, Edward Lewis could seemingly have any woman he wants, that committed significant other which he needs on his arm at social events to further how he makes his money as a corporate raider. However, he focuses more on his corporate raiding pursuits with his partner in crime, Philip Stuckey, his lawyer of ten years, than those women, with every significant other he's had in his life feeling neglected and eventually leaving him, this fact about which he is just coming to the realization. He does so because he wants to have a professional who would be committed to the work, yet not have any commitments to her after the week is over. Beyond their chance encounter, Written by Huggo.
The original ending was super dark
None too pretty. Director Garry Marshall, the sophisticated talent who gave the world "Laverne and Shirley," comes a cropper with this Happy Hooker harangue. Yes, Julia Roberts's goofy good looks and giggly charm have a certain glimmer about them, rather like expensively wrapped Christmas candy, but she's an actress of considerable shallowness. If anyone Richard Gere Edward Lewis. Julia Roberts Vivian Ward.
Pretty Woman is the quintessential feel-good romantic comedy, but the original ending of the film was pretty intense. He throws Vivian out of his car, along with the money he paid her for the weekend. But when Disney stepped in as producers, dramatic changes were made to the script to turn it into a crowd-pleasing modern-day fairy tale. Several actresses auditioned for the role of Vivian before Julia Roberts was cast. However, when the film changed hands and wound up at Disney, the higher-ups were pretty dead-set against having Roberts in the film. She was a fairly new face, with barely any credits to her name. The role was offered to several other actresses, with each one either being unavailable to shoot the movie or flat-out turning the role down. In the end, Roberts was ultimately cast again. When it first entered production, Pretty Woman was a very different movie.