It’s finally here, the official teaser trailer to one of Johnny’s recent movie projects: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. For those who don’t know yet, Johnny portrays the role of Gelernt Grindelwald and the movie will be released November 16 this year.
The animated movie Johnny participated in, Sherlock Gnomes, has released an exclusive interview and soundbites plus behind the scenes snippets showing Johnny. Enjoy!
Now that Murder on the Orient Express has officially been released for digital purchase, iTunes published another short footage of Kenneth Branagh revealing exclusive material regarding the making-of. The clip shortly features Johnny in an interview. Check it out below.
A little throwback to 1984 (I wasn’t even born back then! :-)): I added a few HQ/MQ movie stills, behind the scenes images and promotional images to the photo gallery. More to come soon! I’m currently sorting the gallery and its images and try to fill empty albums. There are a lot of movie images and newer event images missing. Going to add them as soon as possible. Stay tuned.
New images have just been released from Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald and I don’t know why I missed them. One of the movie stills even features Johnny as Gellert Grindelwald. Better late than never, but I finally uploaded the still to the photo gallery.
Johnny reprises his role of Gellert Grindelwald in the sequel and is seen standing in the street alongside Rosier (Poppy Corby-Tuech) in the just-released photos.
The sequel to 2016’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them will hit theaters on Nov. 16, 2018.
Before I’m wishing everyone of you the best of everything for 2018, I wanted to let you know that I added magazine scans of three issues from earlier that year that featured either Johnny or one of his latest movie projects. The Entertainment Weekly and one of the Total Film issues feature some information on Murder on the Orient Express, while the Total Film Winter 2018 scans talk about the Fantastic Beasts sequel, featuring Johnny as Gellert Grindelwald.
The scans were taken by myself, so please do not take them without asking and crediting. Thank you!
This being said, I wish everyone a happy new year! See you next year!
I updated the photo gallery and uploaded/replaced the images of Johnny as Edward Ratchett in “Murder on the Orient Express“. The update contains ultra high quality promotional images and movie stills. Enjoy!
David Yates describes Amber Heard as taking a “pop” at Johnny Depp.
When Johnny Depp was first announced as the actor chosen to play villainous Gellert Grindelwald in the new Harry Potter franchise Fantastic Beasts, director David Yates was the very first person to defend the decision. Even as he revealed the news during a 2016 press junket, Yates said, in seeming reference to either Johnny’s highly publicized and nasty split from actress Amber Heard, or mixed reviews of his recent work:
“In this business, it’s a weird old business. You’re brilliant one week, people are saying odd things the next, you go up and down. But no one takes away your pure talent.”
Discontent over Johnny’s casting has only grown among the Potter fandom since the first movie was released—especially since his character was name-checked in the title of its sequel, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. Now, Yates is doubling down on his defense of Depp and tackling the Heard divorce head on.
With the release of the first cast photo from the next Fantastic Beasts movie, it’s official: Johnny Depp will return as Gellert Grindelwald, the fiend and former love interest-turned-rival to Jude Law’s Albus Dumbledore. What’s more, Johnny’s character has been upgraded to title-worthy villain; W.B. also revealed today that the second film in J.K. Rowling’s second Harry Potter universe series will be subtitled The Crimes of Grindelwald.
Pirates of the Caribbean 6 isn’t dead in the water just yet, according to producer Jerry Bruckheimer.
The future of Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) is in doubt after the fifth movie Salazar’s Revenge, AKA Dead Men Tell No Tales, relatively underperformed at the box office with a global haul to date of $792 million.
That marks the lowest bounty of the series since the first movie, but Bruckheimer doesn’t think of it as a failure.
“I think it did phenomenal,” he told Yahoo Movies. “I mean, you’re talking about the fifth [film] in the series in a down market, and the American dollar is so strong that we’re getting less returns from foreign [markets].