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Discussion in 'Star Talk: Cast' started by Doctor Omega, Feb 15, 2017.
Please post and discuss the life and work of Johnny Depp here...
He's been one of my weaknesses for a long time, just like a fangirl.Think I'll post some interesting images.
I wish he would get away from Tim Burton movies, and do something else. Nothing, weird just a good movie where he doesn't play a weird character like Mortdecai. I liked hearing that he travels with his Sparrow wardrobe, and wears it to hospitals for kids.
Capable of great performances but phoning it in a lot recently.
Always pretty watchable though.
The drunk walk is getting a little old now. Time for something new. Maybe a comic book movie?
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The tribute vid is "blocked", cannot open...
This is what money can buy; your own personal island get away:
Sorry the tribute video is playing up duzit. Here is another one. Hope it plays better.
It was GREAT, thanks for posting it...
Johnny Depp Opens Up In Lengthy Interview
It took nearly two hundred e-mails to organise and today comes the result – actor Johnny Depp has spoken with journalist Stephen Rodrick for Rolling Stone in a lengthy interview conducted over three days with multiple details about his life and mental state revealed in candid conversation.
Among the reveals are that he spent over $30K on wine a month and was smashing down joints of tobacco and hash on a regular basis, he became estranged from his sister after refusing to get a prenup before his marriage to Amber Heard, he admits to being fed lines through an earpiece (with the help of a sound engineer) in film roles, and the $650 million he has made on films throughout his career so far is almost all gone.
Other stories include Depp trying to pull his own tooth at a London restaurant while having dinner with Penelope Cruz and Stella McCartney, that it cost $5 million to shoot Hunter S. Thompson’s ashes out of a cannon, and that Depp battled with Disney screenwriters demanding they pull useless subplots from the “Pirates” films. Click here to check out the full interview.