Hey, Luciana talking! I’m glad to be here again, working with Annie in the JDW’s cast. It’s been a long time since I did my last update.
To celebrate, I’ve uploaded some pictures from Johnny accepting the “Courage to Care”, in last October 07.
Also, added some HQ’s from photoshoot #41
I’m looking for a co-webbie, someone who has time to help me around here. I’ve been extremely busy with work and life stuff, plus my health is still not good, so I can’t stay too much time online.
Anyway, I need someone who knows basically html, and preferably knows ftp and how to work with coppermine and wordpress.
I’m also looking for people to help with news, just to post them.
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I’ve added pictures of Johnny accepting an award at the Teen Choise Awards back in August.
We’re back with a new layout! I updated the gallery with images from the various Pirates of the Carribean: Dead Man’s Chest premieres around the world:
I’ve added two scans from the February 9th issue of Vanity Fair Italy.
Johnny attended The Libertine screening and Premiere, here are the pictures, Johnny is looking more gorgeous than ever!! Enjoy!
The Libertine release date has changed!! It will open in New York and Los Angeles on November 25th, and will open in the rest of US cities on January 13th, 2006.
We are very excited to say that we have have been contacted on behalf of the Weinstein Company and sent a link to the “Libertine” trailer!
“The Libertine” comes out in theaters on November 23rd and expands on December 25th.
Johnny Depp stars as the scandalously decadent John Wilmot, the second Earl of Rochester. The film follows the Earl’s adventures in London, from his passionate romance with a young actress, Elizabeth Barry (Samantha Morton), to the writing of a scurrilous play which blisteringly and bawdily lampoons the very monarch who commissioned it, Charles II (John Malkovich), leading to the Earl’s banishment and eventual downfall.
The trailer can be viewed through the below link:
After a live conversation with Johnny Depp, AFI Fest 2005 will host the world premiere of the Depp-starring The Libertine.
By Mark Umbach
The AFI Fest 2005 has selected Oscar-nominated actor Johnny Depp as this year’s Tributee. The Fest’s Tribute to Johnny Depp will take place on November 11 at the ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood. Following the tribute, the Fest will host the world premiere screening of the latest Depp effort, The Libertine, co-starring John Malkovich and Samantha Morton and marking the feature directing debut of Laurence Dunmore.
“Our challenge each year in choosing a tributee is to find someone who is a highly accomplished artist about whom we crave to know more,” said Christian Gaines, Director of AFI Fest. “Johnny Depp is such an artist. He has made interesting, risky choices in his career and has evolved into one of the most absorbing actors of our time.”
Depp will make a rare public appearance during the Fest in a live conversation with film critic and author Richard Shickel. As part of the Tribute, the Fest will screen a montage of Depp’s career with an in-depth look at various clips from throughout his career. In addition, the Fest will screen a retrospective of four Depp films during the course of the Festival, including Dead Man, Edward Scissorhands, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and What’s Eating Gilbert Grape?.
“Johnny is a brilliant and truly unique actor, whose remarkable career has been defined by its diversity and veracity. The originality of both the characters he has portrayed, and the films he has made, further emphasize his integrity and passion,” noted Libertine helmer Dunmore. “I am delighted Johnny is being honored by AFI Fest.”
Over the course of his career, Depp built a cult following with films such as Cry Baby and Edward Scissorhands. He went on to become a respected dramatic and comedic actor starring in films such as Ed Wood, Donnie Brasco, Chocolat and Blow, among others. More recently, his turns in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl and Finding Neverland earned him Academy Award nominations. Those films also earned him Golden Globe nods, as did Ed Wood, Benny & Joon and Edward Scissorhands.