After trying for weeks to salvage the high-luster Golden Globe Awards ceremony, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. is set to announce today that it will forgo the annually televised black-tie event scheduled for Sunday in favor of a scaled-down press conference broadcast on NBC.
The compromise would allow the winners to receive their awards but would cut out the lavish dinner and ceremony, an event the Writers Guild of America had vowed to picket.
It’s no new to some of you, but I found and added the complete pictures from set #69. Wonderful pictures, Johnny is breathtaking…
Photoshoot #69 4 new pictures added
MUMBAI: Johnny Depp has been voted as the number one ‘Money-Making Star of 2007′ in Quigley Publishing Company’s 76th Annual Poll. This poll is an annual survey of motion picture exhibitors conducted since 1932. It votes for the top ten stars who generate the maximum box-office revenue in the preceding year for their theatres.
Depp, who starred in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, has repeated his 2006 performance. In 2005, he was placed only second to Tom Cruise.
This time round Will Smith, who starred in I Am Legend, finished second followed by George Clooney (Michael Clayton and Ocean’s Thirteen) and Matt Damon (The Bourne Ultimatum and Ocean’s Thirteen). The list further includes Denzel Washington (The Great Debaters and American Gangster) at fifth position while Russell Crowe ( American Gangster and 3:10 to Yuma) was placed sixth.
Interestingly, Tom Cruise, who remained in the top ten for a record 20 times since 1983 fared at number seven followed by Nicholas Cage, Will Ferrell and Tom Hanks respectively. This is the first year in 24 years, since 1983, that exhibitors have not included a female star in the Top Ten. [Source]
2007 is coming to the end. It was GREAT to be back to staff, I’m a die hard Johnny fan and working here is always a pleasure to me. You, our visitors, are great, SO participative, always leaving us so nice words and supporting our work and specially supporting and loving Johnny so much. For this reason, we’re always working to make this website better and better.
I’m leaving now to my Holidays travel, and will be offline for the next two weeks. But can’t go without desire to you a great great Holidays Season, and an awesome and perfect 2008. I hope to see you all here, next year.
And for you who’s going to see Sweeney Todd: enjoy, and let us know what do you think. Don’t forget, if you have a break into your celebrations, to leave here your impressions about the movie.
Merry Christmas to you all. And a happy New Year!
I just found a new photoshoot, I think it’s from the press conference, from Johnny and Tim. Gorgeous. Also, added scans from last New York Magazine. Again, with Johnny/Tim pictures together.
Johnny got a Golden Globe nomination!
Actor, Musical or Comedy: Johnny Depp, “Sweeney Todd”; Ryan Gosling, “Lars and the Real Girl”; Tom Hanks, “Charlie Wilson’s War”; Philip Seymour Hoffman, “The Savages”; John C. Reilly, “Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story.”
Picture, Musical or Comedy: “Across the Universe,” “Charlie Wilson’s War,” “Hairspray,” “Juno,” “Sweeney Todd.”
Congratulations, and go Johnny!
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!
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!
Johnny Depp’s latest role in the blood-filled ‘Sweeney Todd’ screams ‘Oscar’ and rightfully so, it’s a fantastic movie but surely Depp has had his fill of fake blood? Apparently not as the star is rumoured to be teaming up with producer-director Michael Mann for a film based on the ‘Depression-era crime wave’.
Director Mann has been looking to create a screen adaptation of the nonfiction book “Public Enemies: America’s Greatest Crime Wave and the Birth of the FBI, 1933-34” by Brian Burrough’s for a while now, with Leonardo DiCaprio previously attached. Now DiCaprio is off on Shutter Island for Scorsese, it seems that Depp is standing up to the plate.
By Kirk Honeycutt for Reuters
It’s 19th century London and everyone is singing, but when arterial blood sprays from the opened throat of Signor Adolfo Pirelli, you know this is no “My Fair Lady”.
Stephen Sondheim’s award-winning musical “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”, a savage tale of cannibalism, madness and serial murder, is now Tim Burton’s “Sweeney Todd”. The show couldn’t have fallen into better hands. With realistic gore replacing the stylistic bloodletting in the stage version, “Sweeney” loses some of its darkly comic tone — not a lot of laughs here except the nervous kind.