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Johnny Depp Proves You Can’t Keep A Bad Pirate Down, ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean 5’ To Resume Filming

Apr 14, 2015
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On Thursday, it was reported that an injury to Johnny Depp’s hand stalled filming on Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, the fifth installment of Disney’s successful pirate saga. Johnny’s injury didn’t stop production all at once. Scenes that could be shot without Mr. Depp were completed, before filmmaking on the project came to a halt.

The injury to Johnny’s hand required that the Pirates of the Caribbean star return to Los Angeles on March 11 to undergo minor surgery. The operation will place a pin in 51-year-old Depp’s hand, as a result of an off-set injury Johnny sustained.

Pirates of the Caribbean 5 is filming on location in Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. In addition to throwing the Pirates budget of $250 million into question, the downtime related to Johnny Depp’s injury has created a loss of work for the several hundred Australians employed on the set.

Originally, only a “minimal impact” on the film’s production was predicted as a result of Mr. Depp’s injury. But the estimated two-week delay turned into a considerably longer halt, when Johnny decided to return home to L.A. to seek treatment. An official determination has been made that Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales will resume shooting on April 15, and that the established release date of July 7, 2017, remains unaffected by Depp’s injury.

Currently, Johnny Depp is back home with his new wife, Amber Heard, where he plans to stay to recuperate following the surgery on his hand. Depp wed Ms. Heard on February 8 in a private ceremony on Johnny’s own island, located in the Bahamas.

In addition to the downtime caused by Johnny’s injury, production on Pirates of the Caribbean 5 was also delayed in February due to severe thunderstorms in the film location’s area. The storms were a result of Marcia, a category 5 tornado, passing through the area. The tornado itself passed more than 700 kilometers from the Pirates of the Caribbean set, causing no damage to the set and no reported injuries to cast or crew.

When Johnny does return to Australia, Mr. Depp will be facing an additional 14 weeks of filming, before Pirates of the Caribbean goes into post-production.

Recent media attention has been cast upon Johnny Depp and family with the lens focusing on Depp’s daughter, 15-year-old Lily-Rose Depp.

Johnny Depp is reprising his role as Captain Jack Sparrow, when he returns in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, which also stars Geoffrey Rush and Javier Bardem.

Source: Inquisitr.com

Gallery Update: Black Mass, Photoshoot and TV

Mar 22, 2015
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Added a few more photos: some more images from Black Mass set back in July, Johnny visiting Jimmy Kimmel and one of his latest photoshoots. Enjoy!




Johnny Depp Suffers Hand Injury While In Australia For ‘Pirates 5′

Mar 18, 2015
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Johnny Depp injured his hand in Australia, where he’s been on location filming “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.” According to TheWrap, he was not filming or on set at the time he got hurt.

Depp is flying back to the U.S. for surgery, but production on the film was only “minimally impacted.” The film is still set to debut in theaters on July 7, 2017, Disney confirmed.

“Dead Men Tell No Tales,” which is the fifth “Pirates” movie, started filming last month and is scheduled to wrap this summer. Espen Sandberg and Joachim Rønning direct and Depp’s co-stars include Javier Bardem, Kaya Scodelario, Brenton Thwaites, Golshifteh Farahani, Geoffrey Rush, Kevin R. McNally and Stephen Graham.

A representative for Depp was not immediately available for comment.

Source: HuffingtonPost.com

Watch Johnny Depp, Ryan Adams Help Butch Walker Record New LP

Mar 18, 2015
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While producing Butch Walker’s seventh album, Afraid of Ghosts, Ryan Adams helped out his musician peer by recruiting some well-known friends, including Johnny Depp and songwriter/former Hüsker Dü guitarist Bob Mould, to record overdubs for the album. Noah Abrams captured the high-profile cameos in his behind-the-scenes short film, available above, which explores Walker’s songwriting inspiration and Adams’ spontaneous approach to production.

Toward the 4:40 mark, Depp casually strolls into the studio and lays down a raw, dissonant guitar solo on the brooding “21+.” (Walker had no clue the A-list actor would be playing on the track since Adams recommended the services of his “buddy J-Dizzle.”)

“He was everything you’d expect him to be: coming in, just hat down, ripping a solo and then leaving very mysteriously,” Walker says. In his segment, Mould records some rhythm guitar for “Father’s Day,” which Walker calls “probably the heaviest song I’ve ever written lyrically.”

Walker also discusses Adams’ blunt style of “ripping songs apart,” adding that the critiques gave him fresh perspective on songwriting. “You’ve gotta understand — I’m somebody who’s done all my records pretty much myself,” Walker says. “My day job is writing songs for other people, so when somebody starts tearing up my songs that I was playing right there on the spot, I was like, ‘Well, maybe that’s what I need.'”

The songwriter-producer – who’s previously worked with bands like Weezer and Fall Out Boy – says he “relinquished all power” to Adams, following his intuitive spirit. “You just have to learn how to let go of your pride and go, ‘I’m OK with that being out of tune’ or ‘I’m OK with that being a little fucked-up right there,'” he says. “Because those are the kinds of things when you listen to a record, that’s why they don’t get old.”


Source: RollingStone.com

New Layout

Mar 18, 2015
Published by: Gioia in Site Stuff | 1 Comment

Hi everyone!
I didn’t disappear, I made this new layout and I hope you like it as much as I do. Meanwhile, I’m keeping on re-organizing the gallery and the whole site, so… stay tuned!

Johnny Depp & Gwyneth Paltrow on Ellen

Jan 22, 2015
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Johnny Depp and Gwyneth Paltrow, along with co-star Paul Bettany, visited The Ellen DeGeneres Show today to promote Mortdecai, and even played the “Never Have I Ever” game: really, really funny stuff!
I think Johnny & Gwyneth are so funny together and clearly get along very well: I really hope to see them acting together in more movies!
Enjoy the videos!




New Webmaster

Jan 18, 2015
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Hello everybody! My name is Gioia and I’m the new webmaster of Johnny Depp Web. It’s a huge honor, since this is always been my favourite site about Johnny who, by the way, is also my favourite actor! :) I just logged in, I will soon add more photos, a new layout, update and add some content and so on! Stay tuned!

The Playlist’s review of ‘Tusk’

Sep 08, 2014
Published by: Maria in Career | 0 Comments

In “Tusk,” Justin Long plays a podcaster named Wally who travels around the country to interview colorful characters for a radio show called The Not-See Party. He describes these encounters to his best friend and co-host (Haley Joel Osment), who then has to decide whether or not the stories are real or wholly made up. After traveling to Canada to meet a minor Internet celebrity who gained fame for accidentally chopping off his own leg with a samurai sword (a nod to Smith’s pal and fellow indie trailblazer Quentin Tarantino), who has unknowingly taken his own life in the interim, Wally finds himself in desperate need of a story and finds one when he gazes upon a strange personal ad placed by an old sailor (Michael Parks) looking for someone to spend time in his creaky old mansion. Wally goes to visit the old timer and winds up with a whole lot more than he bargained for. We’re not trying to be cagey; the less you know about the plot specifics, the better the WTF-worthy payoff is.[…]

The movie, too, takes on a wildly different tone when, around the third act, a wholly unrecognizable Johnny Depp is introduced as a gonzo French-Canadian detective named Guy LaPointe, who teams up with Wally’s co-host and girlfriend (Genesis Rodriguez) to track him down. With Depp’s entrance, what had been a relatively straightforward horror film is turned on its head. It’s undoubtedly the best, most off-the-wall performance Depp has given in ages, the kind of actorly feat that is so out there that it borders on the hypnotic. Depp, with little more than some well-placed prosthetics and a goofy French-Canadian accent, makes “Tusk” infinitely weirder.

Throughout “Tusk,” there are characters telling stories. They tell stories to each other, to themselves, to countless listeners over the Internet, and it’s this idea that is at the heart of the film. […] Depp’s character is introduced the same way, with a longwinded monologue that effectively changes the shape of the entire movie.

The movie is funny and scary and odd, and Smith makes a genuine effort to provide scares, going further than you’d ever expect him to in an effort to establish mood and tone. […] “Tusk” is being marketed as a “truly transformative tale,” and by the end of the movie’s briskly paced 102 minutes, you’ll feel that it’s Smith who has been reinvented most of all. He’s using his skill set in a different genre, with a different agenda altogether, combining autobiographical elements, spooky late-night B-movie influences and a deeper thematic exploration of the nature of storytelling, to create something wholly unique and twisted. “Tusk” will be a lot of things to a lot of people (and we expect the reaction to the film to run the gamut from rapturous adoration to repulsed indifference), but at it’s best, “Tusk” is outlandishly unforgettable.

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Johnny jamming with Paul McCartney

Sep 08, 2014
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Paul McCartney has posted an exclusive behind the scenes clip of a jamming session filmed at the video shoot for his song ‘Early Days’. The official video was launched earlier this summer and the end of it sees Paul playing with a group of blues guitarists, including Johnny Depp. This exclusive footage captures an impromptu jamming session that broke out between Paul and the musicians on the day of the shoot. A full 29 minute clip of the jamming session can be seen on Paul’s website: www.PaulMcCartney.com

GQ Men Of The Year Awards

Sep 08, 2014
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Johnny attended the GQ Men Of The Year awards in association with Hugo Boss at The Royal Opera House on September 2, 2014 in London, England. Johnny was on hand to present the Icon Award to legendary musician Iggy Pop. See photos below.

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