What's weirder to you, the fact that they're throwing millions upon millions of dollars into a movie version of 'The Lone Ranger' or that they have one of America's leading men, Johnny Depp, playing a Native American? What's even weirder? The fact that he looks crazy great in the costume and makeup. Then again, in this picture he doesn't have a stuffed crow on top of his head.
Johnny Depp's biography includes being a three-time Oscar nominee, a devoted father, and an object of lust for countless women.
But now he may have to add one more bullet-point -- rock star -- after playing with Marilyn Manson at Wednesday night's Golden Gods Awards concert at Club Nokia in Los Angeles.
When Rob Marshall signed on to do 'The Thin Man' with Johnny Depp, there were two major questions. One: "why?" And the second: "Who could play Nora Charles?" Johnny Depp has his bona fides from playing comedically tipsy after the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' franchise, but what actress can do slightly soused these day? It looks like they're going to find out as their audition list is stacked with all of the current hot talented actresses.
Here’s a strange news item: Johnny Depp has recorded a song with Goth rocker Marilyn Manson. Now this is where the strange news item gets slightly more bizarre: they chose Carly Simon’s ‘You’re So Vain’ as the track on which they wanted to collaborate. So when and where can you listen to this odd collaboration?
Sorry for the obvious pun, but Tim Burton fans wondering about his mysterious 'Dark Shadows' remake have been kept in the shadows regarding what they can expect from his latest collaboration with Johnny Depp. The good news is that we now have a full 'Shadows' trailer to pore over. The bad news? It only confuses us even more.
"Hi-yo, Silver! Away!" And with that, production on Disney's big-budget adaptation of 'The Lone Ranger' is underway in New Mexico and mega-producer Jerry Bruckheimer has tweeted the first look at Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer in character as Tonto and the Lone Ranger.
The 'Lone Ranger' update from Disney and producer Jerry Bruckheimer has finally embarked on a legitimate production journey. The film, which tells the story of John Reid (Armie Hammer) and how he became the Lone Ranger through the eyes of Native American sidekick Tonto (Johnny Depp), will come together under director Gore Verbinski, and has been gestating for just about as long as a baby elephant (go ahead and Google it, the science checks out).