December 1, 2008
Categories: Gallery Updates and Sweeney Todd3 Comments

I noticed we didn’t have these two stills in the gallery so here they are. Hope they are new to some of you.

June 26, 2008
Categories: Movies and Sweeney Todd7 Comments

Thanks to Christopher for the heads up.

In an early alert to retailers, Paramount/DreamWorks has set a late-October bow for the macabre musical ‘Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.’

Bringing together the minds of Tim Burton and Stephen Sondheim, the $50 million-grossing ‘Sweeney Todd’ will make its long-awaited Blu-ray debut on October 21, over six months after the standard DVD release. (DreamWorks had previously announced an HD DVD version for this past April, but nixed the release after the studio dropped support for the format.)

Tech specs for the Blu-ray include 1080p video and English Dolby TrueHD 5.1 Surround audio, along with French and Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround dubs. Read More

February 12, 2008
Categories: Media and Sweeney Todd10 Comments

Paramount Home Entertainment has alerted retailers to expect Sweeney Todd to be released April 1 on HD DVD, day-and-date with the standard DVD version. And no, the release date is not an April Fool’s joke.

Sweeney Todd, directed by Tim Burton and starring Johnny Depp, is based on the Tony Award-winning musical. Depp received an Oscar nomination for best actor for his role in the film. The film also stars Helena Bonham Carter, Alan Rickman, Sacha Baron Cohen, Jamie Campbell Bower, Laura Michelle Kelly, Jayne Wisener, Ed Sanders, and Timothy Spall.

Paramount has yet to issue an official announcement so we won’t have any specific disc information until they do. Also, as with any early retailer dates, the release date could change at any time.

Sweeney Todd on HD DVD will carry an SRP of $39.99. Check back regularly for high resolution cover art, disc specs, special features, and pre-order information.

Source: themanroom.com

April 2nd is my bday. Will win a gift! :D

January 28, 2008
Categories: Articles and Sweeney Todd4 Comments

Musical grabs a cut of the foreign box office
From: Variety

“Sweeney Todd” sliced its way to the top during the weekend at the international box office with an impressive $18.7 million at 1,760 playdates in 11 markets, ending the five-week winning streak for “I Am Legend.”

With Johnny Depp having landed an Oscar nom for the pic last week, Warner Bros. saw “Sweeney” dominate via first-place launches in the U.K. with $8.7 million and in France with $4.4 million. Brits backed “Sweeney” solidly, with nearly 50% of the biz among the top five pics; in France, it topped the soph sesh of local entry “Enfin Veuve” and the launch of “No Country for Old Men”; and in Japan, it stayed in first with a 36% drop to $2.3 million.

“Sweeney,” with a beefy $10,624 per-location average, enjoyed the twin benefits of Depp’s international star power plus last week’s Academy Awards noms. With $30 million already banked offshore, the musical should wind up with an overseas take well in excess of the Stateside total, which is now at $50 million.

January 24, 2008
Categories: Gallery Updates and Sweeney Todd23 Comments

First of all, I would like to inform that our gallery has a new layout. I was DYING to make something with that amazing Esquire pictures, and so I did. I hope you like it.

Well, I live in Brazil and here Sweeney Todd will open only in February 08! I couldn’t wait until there, so I got a copy from the movie in a ‘good’ quality last night, and made some caps from the whole movie. There’s 1468 captures, and I know it’s too much but the movie is amazing and some scenes I really couldn’t stop capping! If you haven’t see it yet, please, go and watch it. Johnny did a wonderful job, as so Helena as Miss Lovett.

Edited: I just recapped the whole movie.

Let’s stop talking:

GALLERY LINK:
- Sweeney Todd screencaptures *CONTAIN SPOILERS!*

January 22, 2008
Categories: Awards, News and Sweeney Todd6 Comments

Johnny got another nomination from Academy Awards, for his Sweeney Todd!
He will dispute with: Daniel Day Lewis, George Clooney, Tommy Lee Jones and Viggo Mortensen.

Congratulations, and go Johnny!

Johnny Depp received his third Academy Award nomination for best actor for his role as the title character in Tim Burton’s gothic musical “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” though no nods went to the film, its director or co-star Helena Bonham-Carter.

The nominees for the 80th Academy Awards were announced Tuesday from Beverly Hills, California, with Johnny Depp seeing his portrayal of the psychotic criminal whom he managed to make endearing to the audiences receive a nomination in the best actor category.

Depp, previously nominated for “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl” in 2004 and “Finding Neverland” in 2005, will compete against George Clooney in “Michael Clayton,” Daniel Day-Lewis in “There Will Be Blood,” Tommy Lee Jones in “In the Valley of Elah” and Viggo Mortensen in “Eastern Promises.”

While “Sweeney Todd” was not nominated in the best picture category, the trophy will be fought over between “Michael Clayton,” “There Will Be Blood,” “Atonement,” “Juno” and “No Country for Old Men.”

The organizers of the Academy Awards ceremony have been adamant that the event will take place regardless of the ongoing WGA strike, on the scheduled date of Feb. 24 at Hollywood’s Kodak Theatre.

Jon Stewart is scheduled to host.

January 11, 2008
Categories: Gallery Updates and Sweeney Todd6 Comments

Added 80 pictures from latest night, where Johnny was attenting the SW’s Premiere at London.

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GALLERY LINK:
- Sweeney Todd London Premiere

January 8, 2008
Categories: Events, Movies and Sweeney Todd2 Comments

ITN – Hundreds of screaming fans waited for hours at Narita airport near Tokyo to catch a glimpse of the Pirates of the Caribbean star.

Depp plays a serial-killing barber in a grim story of revenge set on the grimy streets of 19th Century London.

The movie sees Depp team up with director Tim Burton once again for the murderous musical.

The pair have worked on several films together including 1990′s Edward Scissorhands and more recently on a remake of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

The film also stars Burton’s other long-time collaborator and real-life fiancée Helena Bonham-Carter, who gave birth to the couple’s second son last December.

December 8, 2007

Last December 5, Johnny attented a special screening of Sweeney Todd at Paramount Theaters, in Los Angeles. He was awesome and incredible sexy – as always, of course – and I added 148 pictures from this event.

Also, Johnny is on the January issue of US Esquire, and I added the scans to the gallery. The pictures used are SO amazing, totally beautiful!

GALLERY LINKS
US Esquire – January 2008
Sweeney Todd – LA Special Screening

December 4, 2007

I added 121 pictures from Johnny at NY Sweeney’s Premiere last night. He was SO SO SO fucking gorgeous in black & red, with a particular shoe. Johnny got style, man!

I hope you enjoy the pictures, I LOVED it!

GALLERY LINK

Sweeney Todd NY Premiere
Sweeney Todd London Press Conference *updated!

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