Mar 01,2013

Johnny Depp Lays Out His Dance Card, With ‘Transcendence’ And ‘Black Mass’

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Johnny Depp is set to star in Transcendence, the directorial debut of Oscar-winning cinematographer Wally Pfister. The film will begin principal photography in April.

The film is being financed and produced by Alcon Entertainment’s Broderick Johnson and Andrew Kosove and will be released by Warner Bros. The film will also be produced by Straight Up Films’ Annie Marter, Marisa Polvino and Kate Cohen along with David Valdes. Pfister will direct from newcomer Jack Paglen’s screenplay, which was developed with Annie Marter, with the most recent draft by Noah Oppenheim. Christopher Nolan and Emma Thomas are serving as executive producers. Straight Up’s Regency Boies will co-produce.

Producers are not revealing the film’s plot.

Following Transcendence, Depp will segue into the crime thriller Black Mass, about notorious Boston mob boss Whitey Bulger, to be directed by Barry Levinson, with Jez Butterworth writing a new draft of the screenplay by Mark Mallouk, based on the New York Times best-seller Black Mass: The True Story of an Unholy Alliance Between the FBI and the Irish Mob by Boston Globe reporters Dick Lehr and Gerald O’Neill. Read the rest of this entry »

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Feb 23,2013

Johnny Depp recounts close call on ‘Lone Ranger’ set

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Johnny Depp had a near-death experience with a horse on the set of his latest film “The Lone Ranger” that could have left him “horrifically mangled,” but he lived to tell the tale. The actor is finally telling his side of the equine story, swinging by the “Late Show With David Letterman” on Thursday to give his fateful account.

In the Disney film, Depp plays Native American warrior Tonto, who rides horses quite a bit in the film. Depp grew up around horses, but said that after a long day of running them at top speed, “everything went very sideways.”

It should be noted that the big-budget film, which reunites Depp with “Pirates of the Caribbean” producer Jerry Bruckheimer, had a troubled past of its own. The production was shut down midway through filming and its release date was pushed back over and over. A crew member was also injured and a stunt diver was killed during production. Despite the injury-fraught back story, Depp was still able to laugh about his own experience. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jan 22,2013

Johnny Depp Gallery Update – Part 2

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Some more new photos of Johnny Depp have been added to the gallery so, go there to take a look and enjoy! More photos are coming tomorrow.

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Gallery Links:
Dark Shadows Press Conference Portraits
Warner Bros. Pictures Present The Big Pictures 2012 At CinemaCon
CinemaCon 2012 – Day 2
On the set of ‘The Lone Ranger’ (April 23rd, 2012)
Johnny Deep on ”Grand Journal” – Added 3 HQs

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Jan 22,2013

Johnny Depp Gallery Update – Part 1

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Hello there! First of all, I am so sorry for don’t update this site. We got some family and personal problems and we wanted some free time to be with our family. Anyway, I got over 2100 HQ photos of Johnny Depp to add here so, I am going to do that. It is going to be hard but I am going to try my best. Also, I am thinking on get a new layout here, what do you think?

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Gallery Links:
November 08, 2011 – Added 8 HQs
Johnny Depp on Larry King
GQ Men Of The Year Awards 2011 – Added 3 HQs
August 17th, 2011
“Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” Press Conference – Added 25 HQs

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Dec 03,2012

Johnny Depp Joins Alice Cooper Onstage in L.A.

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No rocker has had more wild fun in the dark than Alice Cooper, who unveiled a renewed nightmare last night at L.A.’s Orpheum Theatre, an old vaudevillian palace befitting this master horror-rock showman. Cooper was joined by actor Johnny Depp on guitar for several songs as he delivered 90 fast minutes of Seventies glam and trash.

It was Alice Cooper in classic mode, with a stage crowded with horror props. The curtain fell in a fiery shower of sparks as the ringmaster strolled out wearing tails with vivid red and white stripes, skull belt buckles across his waist and white spats spattered with blood. “Hello, let the show begin!” he growled.

In Los Angeles in 2011, Cooper ripped through a quick four-song set at the Revolver Golden God Awards with his original band, shortly after their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. This time he was with a younger five-piece band, often sharing center stage with Australian guitar virtuoso Orianthi, who was an energetic foil for Cooper in black leather and lace and platinum hair down to her shoulders. Read the rest of this entry »

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