Throughout the commercial Edgar struggles through his adolescence with scissors as hands, only to be surprised with the perfect gift: a hands-free Super Cruise Cadillac.
On average, one animator can only produce 5 seconds of animation per week.
Funeral services will be held privately for the family.
It all feels pretty rote and empty, drained of the old Burtonjuice.
It's a rarity for a classic film like Edward Scissorhands to still hold its integrity in a reimagining, especially one that comes roughly 30 years after the original.
Due to budget constraints, he instead directed it as a live-action short, released in 1984.