Julia Roberts Ponders the Destiny of ‘Pretty Woman’ Characters Vivian and Edward, After 33 Years

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The conversation broadened to encompass other memorable roles, granting enthusiasts an intriguing insight into Julia Roberts’ imaginative thoughts about the fates of her portrayed characters.

Reflecting on Maggi and Ike from ‘Runaway Bride,’ where she co-starred with Richard Gere once more, she envisaged a blissful future, commenting, “They remain together. He doesn’t pass away in this rendition. They’re going to stay together.

 

 

In a recent appearance on CBS Mornings, Julia Roberts provided an intriguing insight into the envisioned futures of her most iconic film characters, delving notably into the destinies of Vivian and Edward, the cherished duo from the timeless romantic classic ‘Pretty Woman.’

The 56-year-old actress offered a poignant and vivid narrative for the personas portrayed by herself and Richard Gere in the 1990 film.

Julia offered her creative vision for the futures of Vivian and Edward, expressing, “I imagine he peacefully passed away in his sleep from a heart attack, with a smile.

And now, she runs his business.” This revelation provided a poignant yet oddly satisfying conclusion to the characters whose captivating love story mesmerized audiences more than three decades ago.

The conversation broadened to encompass other notable roles, providing fans an intriguing peek into Julia Roberts’ imaginative ponderings about the lives of her on-screen characters.

Speaking of Maggi and Ike from ‘Runaway Bride,’ where she reunited with Richard Gere, she envisioned a happily ever after, noting, “They remain together. He doesn’t pass away in this one. They’re going to stay together.

 

Julia Roberts Ponders the Destiny of ‘Pretty Woman’ Characters Vivian and Edward, After 33 Years

 

Reflecting on her earlier film, Mystic Pizza, Julia expressed optimism about the future of Daisy and Charles, played by Adam Storke. She shared, “Let’s hope they’re still together and have a bunch of adorable little kids”, showcasing her deep connection to the characters pivotal to her career’s beginnings.

Expanding on her musings, she delved into the postscript of her character Anna from ‘Notting Hill,’ envisioning, “Retired with six children and miraculously maintaining her waist size, she runs the knitting annex alongside his continued management of the bookshop.”

Julia Roberts’ insights into the potential trajectories of these beloved characters not only showcased her enduring affection for the roles that shaped her career but also offered fans a delightful exploration into the potential futures of some of cinema’s most cherished romances.

As she continues to captivate audiences, her reflections blend nostalgia with imagination, breathing new life into characters that have left an indelible mark on the cinematic landscape.

 

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