It’s odd to think that Sleepy Hollow writer Andrew Kevin Walker
first wrote the script back in 1993 as a low-budget slasher given
Tim Burton’s artistic tastes and long history as Hollywood’s favorite mainstream outsider.
Naturally, when Burton joined the team,
the film was given a whole new degree of awareness
and Johnny Depp was inevitably cast in the starring role
The pressure was on for the creative BFFs to deliver the goods on both a critical and commercial
level because the film now had a $70 million price tag.
That’s exactly what they did, and Sleepy Hollow became Burton’s highest-grossing non-Batman
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