Winona Ryder Appears to Revisit Her Edward Scissorhands Character in Super Bowl Ad Tease
The actress starred as Kim Boggs in the popular 1990 film
Winona Ryder seems to be stepping back into a familiar role.
On Thursday, Cadillac released a short teaser of its upcoming Super Bowl ad — which is set to air during Sunday night's game — that features the 49-year-old actress seemingly reprising her role of Kim Boggs from the popular 1990 film, Edward Scissorhands.
Panning in on a pink house that is adorned with an expertly crafted duck-shaped bush on its front lawn, the clip then transitions to a scene of Ryder standing in a kitchen making what appears to be a smoothie.
"Edgar, you're gonna be late," she screams from within the room, before the scene transitions to a mechanic hand hitting a buzzing alarm clock.
"See the whole story 2.7.21," a line then reads below the Cadillac logo before the clip comes to a close.
Edward Scissorhands follows the story of a man named Edward who was crafted by an inventor and given scissors for hands. When discovered by a local Avon representative, Edward is introduced to the real world and must learn to adapt to a life he has never known before.
Alongside Ryder, the film stars Johnny Depp in the titular role, as well as Dianne Wiest, Alan Arkin, Anthony Michael Hall and Vincent Price in supporting roles. It is currently unclear if Depp, 57, will reprise his role of Edward in the Cadillac commercial.
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The 2021 event will be the lowest attended Super Bowl in history due to COVID-19 restrictions, according to the New York Times. However, millions of fans will be able to watch the game from home, as well as the exciting commercials.
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Back in the '90s, in an interview with the New York Times, Ryder opened up about her role and how Kim was the type of girl who the actress said would bully her in middle school.
"Kim was like the girls in eighth grade who called me a weirdo and threw Cheetos at me," she revealed at the time. "I had a crew cut, and I liked the Sex Pistols."