Johnny Depp surprised Aerosmith fans on Wednesday night when he strapped on his guitar to join the US rockers for their Boston gig.
The Pirates of the Caribbean star took time off from filming Whitey Bulger biopic Black Mass to showcase his musicianship at the Xfinity Center.
Frontman Steven Tyler, from Massachusetts, introduced his high profile guest to the crowd, exclaiming: “Yo! Bringing out on stage my good friend, Mr Johnny Depp!”
The 51-year-old actor played guitar and performed an extended solo on the band’s hit song “Train Kept A-Rollin”, from their 2012 album Music From Another Dimension!.
His fiancée Amber Heard was watching the gig backstage, reports suggest.
Depp features on the studio version of “Trains Kept A-Rollin” and joined Aerosmith for a series of live shows during the year of its release.
Johnny participated to a new single from Paul McCartney “Early Days”. He appears very shortly into the video itself but here I got few caps and one bts picture from it.
I found an old shoot from april and added to the gallery.
Photo Sessions > 2014 > Session 02
Thanks to Luciana.
Magazines > 2014 > Empire – July 2014
I’ve added to the gallery HQ pictures from Johnny’s performance in Boston with Willie Nelson. Enjoy!
Performances > 2014 > [June 17] Performing Live With Willie Nelson
Johnny Depp is a man of many faces, costumes, hairdos and appearances, obviously. His visages basically fall into two camps 1) looking like Johnny Depp’s “movie guy lead character” (i.e. that sort of generic look from “Transcendence” with those same round glasses he uses in so many of his “normal” roles) and 2) his wild and wacky transformations. But in this first look from his upcoming action comedy “Mortdecai,” well, maybe that appearance splits the difference.
Sporting blonde slicked back hair, a suit and even a handle bar moustache, in “Mortdecai,” Depp plays international terrorist, debonair art dealer and part-time rogue Charlie Mortdecai (well that explains the look doesn’t it?). According to the synopsis, juggling angry Russians, the British MI5, and more, Mortdecai must traverse the globe armed only with his good looks and special charm in a race to recover a stolen painting rumored to contain the code to a lost bank account filled with Nazi gold.
Hmmm, if you’re looking a little sideways at that, we can’t blame you. For an action-comedy, that all sounds a little bit silly and possibly too frothy, then again it’s based on a successful trilogy of books, so you know Lionsgate is hoping for a franchise.
The movie also stars Gwyneth Paltrow, Ewan McGregor, Paul Bettany, and Olivia Munn. The real worry frankly is director David Koepp. He’s one of the biggest and most successful screenwriters for hire in the world (“Jurassic Park,” “Carlito’s Way,” “Mission: Impossible,” “Panic Room,” “Spider-Man”) and it’s likely that if all of us had 10 more lives to live, we’d never be as successful as he has been in Hollywood. That doesn’t negate the fact that the last time Depp and Koepp teamed up, we got the disastrous “Secret Window” (2004) which today still stands as one of the worst movies Johnny Depp has ever been in. So proceed with caution and keep your enthusiasm in check. “Mortdecai” opens February 6, 2015 via Lionsgate.
Thanks to Annie.
Magazines > 2014 > Empire – May 2014
I have finally added HQ stills of Johnny at Jimmy Kimmel Live from two days ago. Enjoy them in our gallery!
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