GQ Online did a selection with 50 stylish men of the past 50 years. Johnny is the #20, besides Paul Newman, Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, Robert Redford and other charming man.
After almost a quarter century in front of the camera, Johnny Depp has shown us everything but himself. Not an easy task when you’ve got those cheekbones, that tousled hair, and an unmitigated youthfulness, which Depp has worked hard to cloak by playing reclusive savants and rock ’n’ roll pirates. But we keep searching, trying to nail down his hobo chic—a style that derives from a life spent kicking around the dusty South and the French countryside. “I don’t think he’s remotely interested in fashion. He’s a complete instigator of fashion,” says Penny Rose, the costume designer who collaborated with the actor to create Pirates of the Caribbean’s randy Jack Sparrow. “His look is always eye-stopping, clever, and completely individual.” Or, like the last two drags on one of his hand-rolled cigarettes, raw and unapologetically gratifying.
• A tweak here and there can elevate even the simplest outfits. Notice the rolled-up sleeves, the neckpiece, the beat-up boots instead of sneakers. Small moves like these separate you from the pack.
Johnny Depp is moving to the UK – the hunky actor has bought a beautiful £1.3m West Country home. The 44-year-old fell in love with the 150-year-old Somerset mansion as soon as he saw it.
Johnny, girlfriend Vanessa Paradis, 34, and their 2 kids are waiting for £2.5m of renovations to be completed before they move in.
Johnny’s said to be building a helipad and swimming pool.
‘He’s made regular trips overseeing the work,’ a source tells the Sun.
The Hollywood star already owns property in France and America and a 45-acre Bahamas island.
Added two new posters to our gallery. The last one is totally new to me!
Also, I updated the movies category, now you have the released year and Johnny’s characters of each movies, and a picture too.
Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, Keira Knightley and David Beckham are just a few of the celebrities who have given their ink handprints to the new book ‘Celebrity Handprints’ by James Preston, published 1st December 2007. Imagine, the fingerprints of Johnny Depp at your own fingertips. What’s more, all proceeds from the sale of the book are being given to the UK charities BBC Children in Need and Great Ormond Street Hospital. The book is available from Amazon, bookstores and the website www.celebrityhandprints.org.
The book ‘Celebrity Handprints’ is paperback, 110 pages and priced at GBP20.00. ISBN 978-0955752308. The giclee handprints may only be purchased via www.celebrityhandprints.org and are priced at GBP50.00 each.
There are ten copies of the book Celebrity Handprints by James Preston and the 1st in the series of each limited edition giclee print from the names released on offer to press features as reader giveaways/prizes.
Added scans from the latest EW magazine, featuring Johnny and his Sweeney Todd.
Magazine scans: EW November
EW.com – Johnny Depp says his 8-year-old daughter is now healthy and well following her hospitalization earlier this year.
“Now every single millisecond is a mini-celebration,” the 44-year-old actor tells Entertainment Weekly in its Nov. 9 issue. “Every time we get to breathe in and exhale is a huge victory. She pulled through beautifully, perfectly, with no lasting anything.”
Lily-Rose, the daughter of Depp and French singer Vanessa Paradis, was admitted to a British hospital to receive treatment for an undisclosed ailment about three weeks after Depp started work on “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” Tim Burton’s adaptation of the Stephen Sondheim musical about a murderous barber.
“To say it was the darkest moment, that’s nothing,” Depp tells the magazine. “It doesn’t come close to describing it. Words are so small. But knowing that those people, Tim and the crew, shut down and stood by and waited … I didn’t know if I was coming back. I remember talking with Tim, saying, `Maybe you need to recast.’”
“Once we were given the all-clear, I had to dive back into the work,” he says. “I had to get back in there for Tim.”
“Sweeney Todd” is set for limited release in the U.S. next month.
Depp and Paradis also have a 5-year-old son, Jack.
f you’ve checked out our first Buzzmeter, you’ll see that I buck the pundit tide and boldly predict that “Sweeney Todd” will win the Oscar for best picture.
No, I haven’t seen the film adaptation of the Stephen Sondheim Broadway classic yet, but I have now heard from enough viewers to feel confident that I’m making a shrewd, if recklessly early call. They’re all deliriously passionate about it — in fact, they’re as mad for it as Sweeney is for his revenge-wreaking razor — and so far it’s the only film on the scene to inspire this kind of joy.
“Sweeney Todd” does that to people, even though they’re actually rooting for a deranged chap to slash men’s throats. It’s a proven recipe for Oscar victory, tattling on Hollywood’s sick dark side. Let’s recall that the last musical to win best picture — “Chicago” — also asked viewers to cheer on characters to get away with murder.
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In 2000, celebrity photographer Henny Garfunkel began taking Polaroids of her famous subjects at film festivals around the world. Since then, Garfunkel has collected signed snaps of some of Hollywood’s biggest stars. The photographer’s work is currently on display at the Walter Reade Theater’s Frieda and Roy Furman Gallery as part of the New York Film Festival.
“I know Johnny because I shot the still photography on the John Waters movie Cry Baby in 1989,” says Garfunkel, who caught Depp in this slightly askew pose at the 2005 Toronto Film Festival. “He’s very fun and very spontaneous. He’s up for anything.”
The Film Society of Lincoln Center will show clips from the upcoming film version of Sweeney Todd as part of An Evening with Tim Burton, to be held at 8pm on Wednesday, November 14 at the Rose Theater at Jazz at Lincoln Center.
This special event will include a conversation with the director and a screening of clips from his various films. Sweeney Todd, which Burton has adapted from the Stephen Sondheim-Hugh Wheeler musical, will open officially on December 21 with a cast led by Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, and Alan Rickman.
Tickets are $40-$60. For information, visit www.FilmLinc.com.