Tuesday, August 11, 2015

25-Years-Later, This Is What The “Edward Scissorhands” Neighborhood Looks Like

In these modern, CGI times, it’s often difficult to figure-out where a film was shot. But Voodrew, real name Andrew Cremeans, grew up in the northern Tampa, Florida neighborhood where the 1990 film “Edward Scissorhands” was shot. Recently, Cremeans took a walk through his old neighborhood to hunt down locations from the movie. “I couldn’t believe how small of a section the neighborhood was used, it seemed so huge in the movie,” he told Mashable. “It feels especially small when you are standing and looking down the street to the cul de sac the castle was on….I caught myself wondering many times if all these people know that their house was in the movie.” Over five million trees now grow in the Pasco County subdivision, significantly altering the landscape. Cremeans says that he was inspired by Reddit user stupidtrooper’s photo series, and the fact that it’s the film’s 25-year anniversary; Cremeans’ mother was the film’s on-call doctor.

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