Other than the Twin Pines Mall closeups, the 1985 scenes had not been filmed.Melora Hardin had been cast as Jennifer after Claudia Wells was filming a television series in 1984.
He played Stoner Bud in the legendary 1982 comedy hit “Fast Times at Ridgemont High”, won raves for his turn as the disfigured Rocky Dennis in “Mask” (1985), won hearts as teen rebel Keith Nelson in John Hughes’ classic “Some Kind of Wonderful” (1987) and as Martin Brundle in “The Fly II” (1989), proved a man can â€˜Fly’. Anyway, I saw this giant red watch, from some comic book or something – and I knew then, that it had to be Quentin. Quentin came down, and I think that’s when he gave me the Pulp Fiction script. We would go out and eat together, and it was lovely. It was so much fun – and I think that comes across in the film. When you’re doing something challenging and fun and everybody is in it for the right reasons it doesn’t really matter whether it’s a hit or not. Whenever I see anything from Pulp Fiction, a wonderful feeling just comes over me. On a sunny Saturday morning in Los Angeles, Eric Stoltz opens up about his long and exciting career, and how he’s embarking on a new challenge. So you just wanted to get more involved in the behind-the-scenes process? I also did an episode of Law and Order, and I did a short film two years ago called The Bulls with Chris Pine. And Crowe promised you a role in every film since, didn’t he? I can remember certain scripts, but if you ask me about something from twenty years ago… I’m not one of those guys that pulls out the yearbook and the old journals and says â€˜Those were the days’. Usually the last one I do – like the one I’m cutting now. We just did the 20th anniversary DVD, so I have actually thought about that one recently. How much of “Back to the Future” did you actually do? I’m about to direct an episode of Boston Legal in November. I’ve been sent fantastic scripts that have turned out to be bloody awful. Maybe when I’m an old man that would be an enjoyable thing. Because I dream about it, and sort of breathe it…it’s like falling in love, that feeling of emersion and challenge. It was a big upset when she was eventually replaced by Deutch who just kinda remade Pretty In Pink again with Some Kind Of Wonderful."Eric Stoltz and Lea Thompson were actually dating during the making of the movie.So that scene in which Mary Stuart Masterson and Stoltz kiss for the first time and they're blushing, it's not make-up. In the final scenes, Keith and Watts walk down the street, presumably towards home, while Amanda is left to find her own way home, leaving the Jaguar, with the keys left in by Watts, sitting in front of Hardy's house.Stoltz actually dropped off the script to Lea Thompson, who was physically shaking from all of the bad reviews of the film Howard the Duck in which she had just played the lead role in.