Month: September 2012

Johnny Depp on Aerosmith backup vocals

While recording their latest album, Music From Another Dimension, Depp recorded some backup vocals for the guys on the track “Freedom Fighter.” Aerosmith open up about how their collabo came about: “[Depp] came down [to the studio] with one of his guitars and it got late, and it came time for the background vocals. We asked him if he’d sit around the microphone. He did and that’s how he ended up on the song.” Easy as that, folks. Just be Johnny Depp and the world is your oyster. Source


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Johnny Depp’s Family Business

Just go this from Jonathan Hay, the publicist of Johnny’s nephew: 


William “Billy” Rassel may have a golden ticket to Hollywood, but everything he has achieved in his life has been a result of his own hard work. As the nephew of Johnny Depp, who requires no introduction or fluffy adjectives, Rassel has been taught the value of hard work from the best of the best, having been mentored and heavily-influenced by his larger-than-life uncle Johnny Depp since birth.

Billy, who just launched his music production company Brashk Inc., has always looked to Depp as more of an older brother type than an uncle, being the fact that he’s only 15 years older than him (Johnny’s older sister is Billy’s mother) and their family has always been extremely close.

“We interact just like any other family, but I guess the best way to describe our relationship is that of anyone else who has an uncle that likes to do shit with you that your parents don’t approve of. Almost like brothers.”– William“Billy” Rassel

Rassel got his superstar uncle — who just happens to be the highest paid actor in show business — to guest star on the song “Street Runners” alongside his artist Jup with Rob Jackson and Kae State (of 75 South Music Group). Depp recorded his part under his alias Mr. Stench and did the four part narrationwhile in Utah filming “The Lone Ranger”.

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Johnny Depp On ‘West Of Memphis’: ‘It Could Have Been Any Of Us’

In 1993, the lives of three young teenagers — Damien Echols, Jessie Misskelley and Jason Baldwin — were changed forever when they were convicted of a crime they didn’t commit: the brutal murder of three boys in West Memphis, Arkansas. Almost 20 years behind bars and countless voices of support later, the West Memphis Three are free at last, with their story chronicled in the Peter Jackson-produced documentary “West of Memphis.”

CLick here to watch an interview of “How did Johnny Help West of Memphis Producer Damien Echols!

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The great escape: Tonto’s in trouble as Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer shoot action scene for Lone Ranger movie

It’s one of next summer most eagerly-anticipated blockbusters.

And it certainly looks like the big screen adaptation of The Lone Ranger will be action-packed given these latest on-set photos.

Dressed in Native America costume to play Tonto, Johnny Depp was seen wrestling with chains as he filmed an action scene with co-star Armie Hammer, who plays the Lone Ranger.

Read more and see pictures: here

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2012 – Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)

Johnny literally runs over to his fans and starts signing…the girl I met and myself get excited and she starts shaking then as Johnny gets closer my heart rate goes up wondering if its going to pop out of my chest!

Read Ginny’s whole Johnny encounter from the Toronto Film Festival!
And take a look at the great pics and videos ( exclusives), Brian has shot!!