The Scott Cooper directed film Black Mass will be on show for The Venice Film Festival. Starring Johnny Depp. See Variety article here.
Ula Pryce-Davies had her dream come true when she interviewed Captain Jack Sparrow (aka Johnny Depp) for JuicedTv. See article here.
Updated: Here is another article about the visit and a different video.
The Max Ernst Museum Brühl of the LVR shows for the first time in Germany an exhibition of the American film director, producer, artist, photographer and author Tim Burton (Beetlejuice Edward Scissorhands, Alice in Wonderland).
Yesterday, Jerry posted the first photo from PotC5 on his twitter together with the lines
Captain Jack is back and we’re not letting him go.
So they really did it – Johnny Depp married Amber Heard. They reportedly legally married on February 3 or 4, 2015, in Johnny’s house in L.A. in a very private ceremony and celebrated it a second time the weekend on Johnny’s private Island Little Pond’s Hall, with his closest friends. No official pics, unfortunately.
Congratulations, Johnny and Amber!
Johnny Depp and former drug kingpin George Jung hung out for the first time since the inspiration for “Blow” was released from jail … and we got the pic.
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This Thursday Johnny Depp went to Jimmy Kimmel’s show in order to promote his new film Mortdecai, which opens January 23th.
You can watch a bit of Johnny Depp at the show here.
Despite touring around the globe recently with Aerosmith and speaking with Rock Cellar Magazine about his great new memoir, the guitarist also found time to record a set of holiday songs for his own Christmas mini-album, Joe Perry’s Merry Christmas.
Featuring four festive new recordings (with Johnny Depp on rhythm guitar), the E.P. is available at Perry’s website for purchase.
Perhaps you’ve heard that the actor is in a slump, that his recent films haven’t lived up to expectations. Whose? At 51, the only thing Depp expects is to challenge convention and himself. The coming year will remind us all of his artistic range—the Big Bad Wolf in Into the Woods, a comedia rogue in Mortdecai, Whitey Bulger in Black Mass—and the power of thinking outside the box office.
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Johnny Depp gave a lurching intro to Shep Gordon, the subject of Mike Myers’ documentary Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon, in presenting Myers with the Hollywood Documentary Award.
“That’s the weirdest mic I’ve ever seen in my life. I mean right? I, um, I’m not very good at this kind of thing. (Bleep) For decades Shep Gordon has been one of the most beloved and respected talent managers in the music in-dus-try. He’s also currently the star and subject of the documentary Supermensch because he is a mensch and I have been very, very lucky to have him in my life. He’s someone I consider a great fuh-riend, somebody uh, yeah, an incredibly loyal loyal friend. Um, and so weeeee, you, have to watch the film. Yeah, there you go, what does that say? Can somebody (bleep). I mean it’s one of those nights.”