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A new featurette for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald takes the Potterheads back to Hogwarts, school of witchcraft and wizardry.
Unforunately, the featurette does not contain any new scenes of Johnny as Gellert Grindelwald but I wanted to share the video anyways since I know that many of you are excited about the movie itself.
“I felt quite sentimental going back to Hogwarts,” author and Fantastic Beasts screenwriter J.K. Rowling admits in the featurette.
“Those names, the stories, the histories that sit in the back of our minds from the Potter series begin to weave their way into Beasts,” Fantastic Beasts star Eddie Redmayne muses in the featurette for the second film in the Harry Potter prequel series.
But of course, this Hogwarts is not the one we grew to love over eight Harry Potter movies, with Fantastic Beasts taking place 70 years earlier. This is Hogwarts in the 1920s, and… it doesn’t look all too different. Other than the clothes by the teaching staff, the bright-eyed students in their Hogwarts robes all look oh-so familiar.
Hogwarts will probably be the one comforting feature of The Crimes of Grindelwald, which escalates the war that the titular dark wizard (Johnny Depp) is waging against the wizarding community. The second Fantastic Beasts film is set to be darker and more grim than the last — but at least Hogwarts remains untouched, for now.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald marks the most anticipated fall 2018 movie.
Fall is almost upon us, which means crisp cool days, trees alive with color, and a new slate of movies. Before every season, Fandango asks theater-goers which films they’re most anticipating, and the fall 2018 lists are out. Several genre movies cracked the top five, but the top dog is Harry Potter prequel Fantastic Beasts 2: The Crimes of Grindelwald.
Most Anticipated Fall Movies
1. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (November 16) 2. Bohemian Rhapsody (November 2) 3. Venom (October 5) 4. Ralph Breaks the Internet (November 21) 5. A Star is Born (October 5)
Fantastic Beasts also tops the list of Most Anticipated Fall Family Films.
Sadly, one of Johnny’s movie projects, the upcoming Notorious B.I.G. film City of Lies,” has been pulled has been pulled by Global Road Entertainment a month before it was slated to hit theaters.
The movie was scheduled to be released September 7, 2018 but is now undated, a spokesman for the distributor said Monday. The feature is based on the book “LAbyrinth,” which tells the story of the police investigation into the deaths of rappers Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls.
Last month Johnny was sued by a location manager involved in the production who said the actor punched him. Those of you who know me, know that I do not give much about rumors, but I wanted to let you know that it is claimed, that this has got something to do with the movie’s probably delayed release.
Attention, little pirates. At the moment, rumors are making the rounds that Pirates 6 is officially in the works.
As the title says, it seems that Pirates of the Caribbean 6 may be officially moving forward — at the least that’s the latest rumor circling Disney’s popular swashbuckling adventure series, even as other rumors swirl about whether or not franchise star Johnny Depp will be returning.
Geeks World Wide dropped a report stating that Pirates of the Caribbean 6 is gearing up for pre-production, with Joachim Rønning expected to reprise his directing duties after the previous installment, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. It’s also reported that the script is being worked out by Ted Elliot, Terry Rossio and Jeff Nathanson, and that Nigel Phelps will be returning for production design.
The life of billionaire Matthew Mellon is considered to be made into a movie and Johnny is said to be interested to participate.
Matthew Mellon led a fast-paced life of privilege before his unexpected death in April at age 54, and now actor Johnny Depp is reportedly considering playing the banking heir in a potential film about his life.
The New York Post reports that Mellon’s family is “divided over the project,” which is in early stages as “a screenplay being shopped.” One source told the Post that if the film comes to fruition it could fulfill a dream of Matthew’s: “He would have loved this idea … He used to say, ‘How cool would it be to have a movie about my crazy life?'”
Mellon descended from the Mellon and Drexel families of Bank of New York Mellon and Drexel Burnham Lambert and reportedly came into trusts worth $25 million when he was just 21 years old. After graduating from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, he worked in fashion, telecommunications, and finance, most recently as global ambassador for the digital currency company Ripple Labs.
Cryptocurrency is how he turned his millions into a fortune that’s been valued at more than $1 billion, thanks in part to a savvy early investment in Bitcoin recommended to him by the Winklevoss twins, Cameron and Tyler. He was also married twice—first to Jimmy Choo co-founder Tamara Mellon and then to designer Nicole Hanley Mellon until mid-2015.
Yesterday, July 21, Johnny made a surprise appearance at 2018 San Diego Comic-Con during the Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald portion of Warner Bros.’ panel in character as the evil wizard Grindelwald. For the majority of the presentation for the highly-anticipated wizarding world sequel, Johnny Depp wasn’t on stage and most in the crowd assumed that he simply was too busy to turn up at the event. However, toward the end of the showcase, he walked out on stage in full Grindelwald gear and delivered a speech in character.
The speech help by Johnn focuses on the “good of humanity.” It was a classic villain’s point of view monologue, ultimately about how a lot of people are going to suffer for what he perceives to be the greater good. Johnny wasn’t revealed until the very end of the first movie, but that set him up to be a major part of Fantastic Beasts 2 and, in all likelihood, a fixture of future movies in the planned-five movie franchise. Warner Bros. also revealed a brand new trailer for the movie during the SDCC panel which you can watch below.
A few photos taken of Johnny during his speech have been added to the photo gallery. Enjoy!
Draw your wands, Potterheads. The newest Comic-Con poster for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald teases teases a Comic-Con trailer that should arrive this morning during Warner Bros. Pictures’ Hall H panel. Fans who are waiting to get more sneak peeks at the movie only need a little more patience until that trailer goes live.
The poster released for Comic-Con shows Newt and his friends front and center, surrounded by magical symbols. Trailer-Track reports that a new full-length trailer for the movie was rated by the UK’s BBFC, which makes it almost sure that a new trailer will debut during the studio’s Hall H presentation at SDCC on Saturday, July 21.
Many fans wondered a lot about the first trailer for Fantastic Beasts 2 because it didn’t feature much of Johnny’s character Grindelwald. Being that the movie is about hunting him and his followers down, that seemed a little weird. Some speculated that Warner Bros. is downplaying Johnny’s role in the movie after domestic abuse allegations arose against him. Many speculated that the film has less to do with the character than initially thought. Then there are those who believe it’s because Grindelwald won’t become relevant to the franchise until later movies (there are plans for five in total).
Some fans also think it’s odd that Jude Law recently admitted that he has no scenes with Johnny in the new film. The Harry Potter books hinted that the two men once had a close relationship when younger, potentially a romantic one. Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling also admitted that she always saw Dumbledore as gay. However, it seems that the movies plan on shying away from that, at least for now. For fans, the wait for a new trailer still feels like forever. After that, though, the wait for the movie will feel even longer. But winter will arrive before they know it, and with it comes the answers to at least some of these questions they have about Grindelwald, Dumbledore, and Newt and his fantastic creatures.
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The official trailer for Johnny’s upcoming movie project City of Lies – formerly known as LAbyrinth – has finally been published. For those who don’t know yet, the film is about the murders of Tupac Shakur and Notorious BIG spark an investigation, based on the non-fiction book by Randall Sullivan. Johnny portrays the role of Russell Poole. The movie also features actors Forest Whitaker and Toby Huss.
Its official US release date is set September 07, 2018.
As announced a while ago, I’m working on getting the gallery complete and all set up. Replacing low quality images with HQ ones and adding missing images. I also remove duplicates plus start to re-sort images since some are in the wrong albums or categories.
So, today I finished updating and editing the 1989 section of photo shoots of Johnny. Pictures for magazines such as Rolling Stone have been added/moved etc. Enjoy!
"Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Crimes of Grindelwald" Still
May 07 — LAbyrinth
November 16 — Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Crimes of Grindelwald
Hollywood Vampires Tour
May 28 — Olympisky: Moscow, Russia
May 30 — Ice Palace: St. Petersburg, Russia
June 02 — Stadtpark: Hamburg, Germany
June 04 — Zitzdele Spandau: Berlin, Germany
June 10 — Rockin' Helsinki: Helsinki, Finland
June 12 — Torwar: Warsaw, Poland
June 13 — Prague Rocks 2018: Prague, Czech Republic
June 14 — Sparkassenpark: Monchengladbach, Germany
June 16 — Genting Arena: Birmingham, UK
June 17 — Manchester Arena: Manchester, UK
June 19 — Glasgow SEE Hydro: Glasgow, UK
June 20 — Wembley Arena: London, UK
June 22 — Hellfest: Clisson, France
June 24 — Graspop Festival: Dessel, Belgium
June 27 — Tollwood: Munich, Germany
June 29 — Jahrhunderthalle: Frankfurt, Germany
June 30 — Clam Castle: Klam, Austria
July 03 — Samsung Hall: Zurich, Switzerland
July 07 — Summer Festival: Lucca, Italy
July 08 — Rock in Rome: Rome, Italy
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