Bet You Didn’t Know: Secrets Behind the Making of “Juice”

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Bishop wasn’t supposed to go out like that…

You know Hollywood, if they think something won’t make money, they’ll change it in a heartbeat with little regard to how the artists feel about it. And this is exactly what happened with the ending of Juice. They fought to keep the original ending but Dickerson was feeling pressure from the studio: “If I didn’t change it they might not support the film with the utmost confidence.” A writer at The Independent interpreted those words: “This exquisitely veiled threat refers to the film’s print and advertising budget – inadequate support in those departments would almost inevitably spell its early demise.”

See what the original ending was supposed to be from screenwriter Gerard Brown.

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