Quentin Tarantino has the ability to cast just about any actor he wants to. Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, Bruce Willis, Robert De Niro - you know the list. But what top-tier actor is the writer-director most anxious to team up with next? Why, none other than Jack Sparrow himself, Johnny Depp! How's that for a movie geek's dream?
Earlier this year it was reported that former 'White Stripes' frontman Jack White would write the score for Disney's upcoming Johnny Depp action-adventure film 'The Lone Ranger' and this was quite exciting news. But now, after writing some music for the film, comes word from Disney that White has left the production and will be replaced as the film's composer.
'Alice in Wonderland' made over $1 billion worldwide so it was only a matter of time before Disney moved forward on a sequel. And now they're officially moving forward on 'Alice in Wonderland 2' and all we can wonder is...what took so long?
The 1990 suburban fairy tale 'Edward Scissorhands' was the first of many collaborations between director Tim Burton and Johnny Depp, the film's star. And that almost didn't happen, as Tom Cruise, Tom Hanks and even Michael Jackson were considered for the title role before it went to Depp.
Whether or not you've kept up with the series in the last ten years, it's hard to believe there was ever a time when 'Family Guy' was in danger of cancellation. Now past 200 episodes and with Seth MacFarlane's star ever on the rise, the series can attract just about any guest star it wants! Case in point, did you ever think Johnny Depp would make an appearance reprising the classic character of Edward Scissorhands? Check out a first look inside!
Part of the appeal of ABC's fairytale drama 'Once Upon A Time' lies in its inclusion of multiple fairytale characters, from Disney to Grimm, all in one story. The second season alone has featured the introductions of Mulan, Captain Hook and Lancelot, with the potential for others such as the Aladdin characters going forward, but what, if any characters are out of bounds? Could the series manage to include even recent Disney creations, like 'Pirates of the Caribbean's' Jack Sparrow?