Late as always, I simply forgot to add this before. My friend Mata, which is extreme talented with graphics, offered us a September calendar, and it was added to the gallery:
Wallpapers » Calendars by Mata » September 2009
“Dark Shadows” is a ’60s soap opera about vampires. All things supernatural really, but vampires are a big focus thanks to Jonathan Frid’s character Barnabas Collins. In an interview with MTV’s Josh Horowitz, director Tim Burton — who will soon turn to “Dark Shadows” with frequent collaborator Johnny Depp as its star — said that it’s too early to say if fans can expect a cameo from Frid in the adaptation.
Besides, Burton has bigger “Shadows” concerns than that. “One of the biggest challenges on [‘Dark Shadows’] is to just capture that weird tone of the show,” he said. For now, the focus is on Burton’s unfinished “Alice in Wonderland,” which hits theaters in March 2010. As the director reveals in the video below, he hasn’t even seen the Caterpillar yet! “Dark Shadows” will come, in due time. But first, we all need to take a trip down the rabbit hole.
If you was a forum member, may be noticed the previous forum was down. That’s because we have some issues, but Sarah (our forum admin) has fixed it already. The forum now has a new url and I’ll ask you to, please, register agai to continue chatting with other fellow Depp fans.
MTV.com did a funny article about Twilight, if it was made in 80’s. They was guessing who actor will fit in every character and guess what? Johnny was casted as… Jacob Black:
Other casted characters were River Phoenix as Edward, Ally Sheedy as Bella, Molly Ringwald as Alice, Kiefer Sutherland as Emmett, Matt Dillon as Jasper and Elisabeth Shue as Rosalie.
You can read the full article here.
The Big Issue Ed #336
Actor Johnny Depp has pulled off a difficult double act: maintaining popularity and credibility. Rochelle Siemienowicz reflects on Depp’s eclectic career, while the man himself talks about his latest roles as bank-robber John Dillinger in Public Enemies and Alice in Wonderland’s Mad Hatter. Source
As you can see, Deppis cover of Australian The Big Issue. And I’ve added some new scans to our gallery:
• Magazines: Big Issue (Australia) – August/September 2009
• Magazines: Empire UK – September 2009
• Magazines: François-Marie Banier’s Photo Book – 2009
• Magazines: JFK Issue 15 – 2009
• Magazines: Sight Sound – August 2009
• Magazines: Total Film UK – September 2009
• Magazines: Sci-Fi News (Brazil) – August 2009
Yeah, we’re alive. Sorry for the lack of updates here.
I’ve added HQ screencaptures of latest Johnny’s movie trailers: Alice in Wonderland and The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus:
Alice in Wonderland (2010): Trailer Screencaptures
The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus (2009): Trailer Screencaptures
As you may know, Johnny was last June 25 at David Letterman show, and did another great interview. If you didn’t saw it, there’s a link here.
I added caps to the gallery.
Interviews Screencaptures: Late Night With David Letterman, June 25, 2009
Story by Chelsea ‘Dee’ Doyle
The problem with an actor like Johnny Depp is finding movies in his history that aren’t fantastic. Then you have to consider the movies that aren’t that good, but that he was great in anyway (which covers basically everything else).
The truth is, this Kentucky-born actor is one of the best in his or anyone’s generation, and he also is an accomplished producer, director, screenwriter, and yes, even has quite a set of singing pipes. Good thing he’s just so unattractive or he might just be the perfect Hollywood hunk … oh wait. He’s gorgeous. Damn you, Johnny Depp!
This was already posted, but I guess the server had some problems…
Johnny attended yesterday the UK premiere to “Public Enemies”, and the first batch of images was added to the gallery:
Public Appearances (2009): Public Enemies UK Premiere, June 29
There’s a new photoshoot added to the gallery, a really oh-so-gorgeous one done by Mark Bosten for LA Times.
Photoshoots: Session 075
Also, I did a new layout to our gallery, since the previous one was up for so long. I used a picture of the recent Vanity Fair shoot, I hope you like it.