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"The night before we were supposed to do it, he invited me over to his all black apartment; black lacquer floors, ceilings, everything.The way he wanted to prepare for that scene is that we were going to paint a painting of a volcano together, which we then did," says Thompson, laughing."I thought that was the most awesome preparation to play a character ever." Every time she watches , Thompson is blown away by Glover's performance, she says."If we had to paint a volcano to get there, I would do it again in a heartbeat," she added.

He played Stoner Bud in the legendary 1982 comedy hit “Fast Times at Ridgemont High”, won raves for his turn as the disfigured Rocky Dennis in “Mask” (1985), won hearts as teen rebel Keith Nelson in John Hughes’ classic “Some Kind of Wonderful” (1987) and as Martin Brundle in “The Fly II” (1989), proved a man can ‘Fly’. Anyway, I saw this giant red watch, from some comic book or something – and I knew then, that it had to be Quentin. Quentin came down, and I think that’s when he gave me the Pulp Fiction script. We would go out and eat together, and it was lovely. It was so much fun – and I think that comes across in the film. When you’re doing something challenging and fun and everybody is in it for the right reasons it doesn’t really matter whether it’s a hit or not. Whenever I see anything from Pulp Fiction, a wonderful feeling just comes over me.

The most notable contrast between Stoltz and Fox is their height; at 5'11, Stoltz is six inches taller than 5'4" Fox, and not quite as short in comparison to Christopher Lloyd (6'1") or Thomas F. When Stoltz's Marty would face off against Biff, Tannen would not seem nearly as intimidating.

In a question and answer session at USC, featured on the DVD commentary, Zemeckis and Gale said that J. Cohen had been their first choice for Biff, but that Cohen was not large enough in comparison to Stoltz.

As such, Tom Wilson became Biff, and Cohen was cast as Skinhead, a member of Biff's gang.

In addition, publicity shots show Stoltz posing with Marc Mc Clure and Wendie Jo Sperber in the photo with Dave and Linda (instead of posing in front of a wishing well, the three stood in front of a wagon wheel, with Linda in the center and Marty on the right).