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I actually went three nights in a row because I loved it so much. Parkes obtained his approval to use writer John Logan instead. Logan had previously collaborated with Parkes on Gladiatorand claimed his biggest challenge in adapting the Sondheim stage play "was taking a sprawling, magnificent Broadway musical and making it cinematic, and an emotionally honest film.
Onstage, you can have a chorus sing as the people of London, but I think that would be alienating in a movie. Some songs were shortened, while others were completely removed. Sondheim himself is not a real big fan of movie musicals, so he was really open to honing it down to a more pacey shape.
He recalled, "I really wanted this one — I knew Tim was directing and that Johnny Depp was going to be in it. My daughter, my youngest daughter, really wanted me to do it for that reason — Johnny Depp was in it.
She came on set to meet Depp and he was really delightful to her, she had a great time. Then, I took her to the junket — and Depp greeted her like an old pal when he saw her. I was out shopping at the time and I got this call on my mobile.
Burton initially planned to use minimal sets and film in front of a green screenbut decided against it, stating that physical sets helped actors get into a musical frame of mind: That streak of white hair became the shock of that rage.
It represented his rage over what had happened. It tells a story all by itself. My brother had a white spot growing up, and his son has this kind of shock of white in his hair. For him, "Everything is so internal with Sweeney that [the blood] is like his emotional release.
Zanuck said that "[Burton] had a very clear plan that he wanted to lift that up into a surreal, almost Kill Bill kind of stylization.
We had done tests and experiments with the neck slashing, with the blood popping out.
These people are not professional singers, so to do a musical like this which I think is one of the most difficult musicals, they all went for it. Every day on the set was a very, very special thing for me.
It was very enjoyable for me to see, with music on the set everybody just moved differently. They all did it in a way that you could sense.
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