Johnny is nominated on People’s Choice Awards, as favorite movie actor. Go here to vote!
Johnny Depp presented guitar icon Keith Richards with the “Rock Immortal” award at the Scream 2009 Awards ceremony Saturday in Los Angeles.
The actor, who based his famous “Pirates of the Caribbean” character Jack Sparrow on the Rolling Stones legend, made a special appearance at the Spike TV awards show to present the award, according to the Associated Press. After Richards received the stake-shaped trophy, he said. “I liked the living legend, that was all right, but immortal is even better.”
He also received the award for ‘most antecipated sci-fi’ for Alice in Wonderland.
With the feeling that I’m always late in add pictures to the gallery, I’ve added 224 pictures for Scream Awards, including MQ and HQ. Enjoy!
Public Appearances > 2009 > Spike TV Scream Awards – October 17
Empire just did a list with the 100 sexiest movie stars and, of course, Depp is listed. I give you a candy if you guess what’s his position.
Click here the screen of Empire’s page with Depp’s sexiest qualifications::
I added new MQ pictures of Public Enemies press conference done last June.
Public Appearances > Public Enemies Press Conference – Chicago – June 16
Done, once again, by mata.
Johnny makes his directorial debut filming a music video on Tuesday (September 22) at Hatfield House in Herts, England. He directed the music vid for the British indie band Babybird, which is fronted by Stephen Jones. Also featured in the vid is British actor Stephen Graham (This is England, Snatch!).
While filming, Johnny was seen slipping a noose around Stephen Jones’ neck as well as taking a few cigarette breaks
Read more and see pictures at Just Jared
Ever since Michael Caine infamously name-checked Johnny Depp and Philip Seymour Hoffman as potential cast members for the next “Batman” movie, he’s been on notice. According to Caine, who’s currently making the rounds promoting his upcoming film “Harry Brown,” he hasn’t been on the receiving end of any details regarding Christopher Nolan’s next foray in the Bat-universe… but that doesn’t mean he isn’t interested in where the franchise goes next.
MTV Movies Editor Joshua Horowitz caught up with Caine during the Toronto International Film Festival (where the “news” first got started last year) to pick his brain about the next “Batman” movie and joke about the scoop that rocked the ‘Net.
“There is nobody, there’s no script, there’s nothing,” Caine told MTV News of the status of the next “Batman” movie. “It can’t possibly be made before 2011 because ‘Inception’ is such a big picture.”
“[They] won’t tell me anything because I said this before,” laughed Caine of the no-tell policy surrounding him after last year’s Depp/Hoffman story. Nevertheless, Caine offered this bit of “news”—before admitting that it could be wrong, and he’d be in trouble all over again.
“Johnny Depp is great in anything, but there is no Johnny Depp in this Batman,” he smiled. “They tell me in no uncertain terms.”
Source: MTV News
Here’s a video done yesterday at Disney convention. Johnny appearance at 4:10:
Captures added to our gallery:
Public Appearances &raqui; 2009: Disney D23 Expo, September 11, 2009
Disney enthusiasts who made it to the studio’s big D23 Expo yesterday were treated to surprise appearances by a batch of big name stars. Depp was, of course, there to help kick up the buzz on the fourth film of the Pirates of the Caribbean blockbuster franchise. Hitting theaters next summer, the title for the fourth film was officially revealed to be…are you ready?…Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. Rob Marshall of Chicago and Memoirs of a Geisha fame will be taking over at the helm of On Stranger Tides after Gore Verbinski, the director of the first three Pirates movies, opted out to work on other projects.
ComingSoon.net has learned that Sony Pictures Classics plans to release Terry Gilliam’s new movie The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus on Christmas Day, confirming earlier conjecture about the possibility.
Featuring the final screen performance by the late Heath Ledger, who earlier this year won a posthumous Oscar for his performance in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight, the film will be making its North American premiere at the Toronto Film Festival on September 18 and be released in the UK on October 16.
The movie also stars Johnny Depp, Colin Farrell, Jude Law , Christopher Plummer, Tom Waits, Lily Cole, Andrew Garfield and Verne Troyer.