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Memorial Day,
I'm not making it.
So I was stuck, and I had to castsomebody...
...and Eric was the best that I had available.
Then, when I shot
the first couple weeks of the movie...
...he wasn't understanding, or I wasn't able
to communicate the type of humor...
...that I was seeing in the movie.
The other reason that Steven deserves
the money he made off of this movie...
...was the fact
that when I went to Steven and said:
"I've got to re-cast Eric," he said:
-"You're right. "
-"You're right. "
He went to Sid, and got him to agree.
Not only got him to agree to let me re-cast him,
of course, the painful part was...
...everything thatpoor Eric had to go through...
...but then, also,
to agree to allow us to make a movie....
Basically, we made this entire movie at night.
We made this movie from 6:00 p. m. to 6:00 a. m...
...because Michael was working
on the TVshow during the day.
Then he'd drive to the studio.
We stayed on nights.
-It was the most...
-It was splits, most ofit.
It was splits most ofit, butit was pretty insane
because we were on soundstages...
...shooting, lighting the soundstages
for daylight at 2:00 a. m.
It was pretty insane, the way we did it.
We didn't make the Memorial Day date,
but we did make the Fourth of July.
The irony ofit all is that...
...because we put Eric Stoltz in the movie
is the reason we got Michael J. Fox.
We approached Gary Goldberg,
who was the producer of Family Ties.
That was the firstphone call we made,
because we wanted Michael in the movie.
And he said....
He read the script, he said,
"This is perfect for Michael.
"I cannotlet him read this script.
"When he reads this, and I tell him that I'm not
going to let him out of the TVshow to do it...
"... he'll hate me for the rest of his life. "
Meredith Baxter-Birney,
who played his mother on thatshow...
...was pregnant at that time,
and Michael was really carrying the show.
So thatjust right away put him out ofit.
We keptpushing ourstart date back
while we kept trying to find...
...the perfect Marty McFly.
By the time we made the realization
that we had to make a change...
...it was now the beginning of January, 1985.
Meredith Baxter-Birney had already had her baby.
So we went back to Gary Goldberg and said,
"We are up againstit, Gary.
"There's only one guy that can play this part. "
He said, "I'll let Michael read it.
If he wants to do it...
"... it's fine with me, as long as you guys
understand that Family Ties is always first.
"If there's a conflict between us and you,
we win. Family Ties wins. "
So that was the rules.
Of course, when Michael read the script,
he flipped forit.
He said, "Try and stop me
from being in this movie. "
One of the amazing things about the movie is,
of course, the performances.
I wasjust wondering how much
of those performances are in the script...
...and how much of the performances
was improvisation by the actors.
I don'tlike to watch actors improv in movies.
I hate watching actors
trying to think up lines while they're acting.
Butif they can take the essence
of what we wrote and improve it....
-Make it theirs.
-Make it theirs. I'm fine with that.
The whole pointis that the screenplay
is supposed to be this...
...blueprint for the movie.
I've always said that good directing
is good casting and good writing.
You cast the right actor,
and you've got a good script...
...your directing looks great.
The mannerisms that Crispin Glover has...
...that's what he brought.
He came in to read and he started
doing all thatstuff with his hands.
Wejustlooked at each other and said,
"This guy was probably born to play...
"... George McFly. "
Right. Myjob as the director,
in that case, was the endless...
...throwing the net over Crispin, because...
...he was completely off about 50 percent
of the time in his interpretation of the character.
He had bizarre ideas of what
the character's wardrobe should look like...
...
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