Timothée Chalamet Plays Edward Scissorhands’s Son, Edgar Scissorhands, in Cadillac’s Super Bowl Ad

Timothée Chalamet Plays Edward Scissorhands’s Son, Edgar Scissorhands, in Cadillac’s Super Bowl Ad

Super Bowl Sunday is finally here, and the celebrity commercial cameos have commenced.

Understandably, viewers are pretty delighted that Timothée Chalamet is gracing our screens once again, this time to take on the role of Edward Scissorhands’s son, Edgar Scissorhands. Winona Ryder reprises her role from Tim Burton’s Edward Scissorhands as Edward’s love interest, Kim Boggs, who is now the mother of Edgar.

Much like his father, Edgar struggles with everyday life. From accidentally piercing a football to inadvertently becoming a magnet in class to shredding the bell on the bus. Banned from public transport, Edgar’s mom has the perfect solution for her son—she buys him a self-driving Cadillac. Edgar is ecstatic when he realizes his unusual hands can’t damage his new car.

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Twitter is alive with reactions to Chalamet’s starring turn as Edgar Scissorhands. Here are some of the best.

We all have our priorities.

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Who thought this up?

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Timothée needs a hug.

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When is the movie coming out?

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I guess I’m watching the Super Bowl then?

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