I recently watched Into The Woods and i expected it to be better than it was.Firstly,Johnny Depp was fucking amazing as always but his role was tiny :( I enjoyed watching Meryl Streep playing the witch but the other characters were kind of boring.I also got tired of the songs.The plot was great but i got confused because of the songs.The prince brothers scene in the river was probably the only song i enjoyed (except for the Johnny ones ofc).
Did you watch the movie and if yes did you like it?
Johnny Depp was a big winner at the 2014 People’s Choice Awards 2014 in Los Angeles.
The three-time Oscar nominee "Johnny Depp" is picked up by 700 million fan votes as Favorite Movie Actor at the 40th annual ceremony of People’s Choice Awards 2014, held at downtown LA’s Nokia Theatre on Jan 8th.
This is the 3rd time for Johnny Depp to win as Favorite Movie Actor after winning in 2010, 2011 and this year Mr. Depp won over Channing Tatum, Hugh Jackman, Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert Downey Jr.
Walt Disney Pictures decided to swap Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales – the fifth installment in the theme park ride-based movie franchise headlined by Johnny Depp as the slippery scallywag Jack Sparrow – out from the Summer 2015 lineup this week (right after the studio repositioned Marvel’s Ant-Man to takes its place), rather than rush the swashbuckling blockbuster down the assembly line as fast as conceivably possible.
The Dead Men Tell No Tales script is still being written by Jeff Nathanson (Rush Hour 2 & 3), who took over from Pirates 1-4 co-writers...
I've always found it interesting that Johnny collects Barbie dolls, so here's what I've managed to find out about his collection!
Johnny says that he has dozens and dozens of Barbies, all of them are limited and special editions.His collection doesn't only include his own dolls from his movies, but also Beyonce, the cast of "High School Musical", Elvis, Paris Hilton, Marilyn Monroe, and Audrey Hepburn, and one of Lindsay Lohan complete with ankle monitor bracelet from her time on house arrest.
(This is a list of all the films I could scavenge up that Johnny has coming in the future, including a few rumored ones. I tried to make it as accurate as I could but I apologize if there's a mistake and please comment below if you notice a mistake so I could change it. Looking forward to all these films! <3)
~Johnny Depp Film Future~
Transcendence (April 18) [Will]
Into the Woods (Christmas Day) [the Wolf]
Alcon Entertainment and Syncopy in association with Evolutionary Pictures and Straight Up Films are in production on the epic Warner Bros. Pictures sci-fi thriller feature film "Transcendence" starring Johnny Depp. Shooting will take place in New Mexico beginning mid-July. Two-time Primetime Emmy Award winner and four-time Casting Society of America Artios Award winner John Papsidera has cast the film's starring and co-starring roles in Los Angeles. Now the extras casting director has issued a casting call for all ages and types in New Mexico.
Just came back from the earliest showing I could get of "The Lone Ranger"! In a few words... IT. WAS. BREATHTAKING. I reserved special seats, called D-Box seats (not sure if they have them in your area), but they are basically seats that move with the motion in the movie. For example, if the shot showed men on horses, your seat would bounce up and down (not too severely though). The seats were expensive, yes ($18.25 US a ticket), but they were definitely worth it. I could feel my heart pounding in several train sequences. So, if you can, I would recommend getting D-Box seats.
Hollywood superstar Johnny Depp gave fans in Oklahoma a thrill by turning up unannounced at a screening of his new movie "The Lone Ranger" on Friday.
The actor sent locals into a frenzy when he stepped onto the red carpet at Carmike Cinemas in Lawton with LaDonna Harris, a member of the Comanche tribe and president of Americans For Indian Opportunity group, on his arm. Depp was made an honorary member of the Comanche tribe last year thanks to his portrayal of the Lone Ranger's Native American sidekick Tonto in the Disney adaptation of the classic TV show.
Lucamar Productions in association with Marc Platt Productions are currently in the pre-production phase on the highly anticipated live-action musical feature film "Into The Woods" starring Johnny Depp and Meryl Streep. The movie is an adaptation of the Tony Award winning Broadway musical with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by James Lapine. Disney Casting directors in New York and Los Angeles are auditioning actors/singers for starring and co-starring roles. Additional casting will take place in London, UK where filming will take place beginning in September, 2013. The extras,...