Manson reminisced about stocking up on absinthe with Johnny Depp as they prepared for the end of the world in the interview, saying, “Johnny Depp and I, on Y2K when I went there because I thought the world was going to come to an end, just in case, I went to the south of France and we bought every case of absinthe they had in Prague.” He continued, “It was just the burgeoning of our bromance, of our brotherly love for each other. He doesn’t drink that much right now because he’s focusing on other things. I will say that he introduced me to Hunter S. Thompson, and Hunter S. Thompson said he was the only person he was afraid of that could take him down.”
The album also includes a number of newer acquaintances. Perry says he was initially skeptical about Carrie Underwood dueting with Tyler on “Beautiful,” which Tyler describes as “a country-western crossover ballad.” But Perry was won over: “Their voices matched up really well. It doesn’t sound forced. It was just right.” While in Los Angeles working on Idol, Tyler met Julian Lennon in his hotel, and Lennon wound up contributing harmony vocals to “Love Three Times a Day,” which Tyler not surprisingly describes as “Beatlesque.” “He’s such a sweet fucking guy,” Tyler says. “And he’s John’s first son with that voice and sense of humor – gimme a break!” Johnny Depp also added backup vocals to Perry’s politically conscious rocker “Freedom Fighter,” but the song may end up an outtake or on a later deluxe edition of the album, according to Perry.
I have updated the photo archive with 1,100+ images ranging from Medium, Large to High Quality of various Appearances that Johnny attended back in 2007.
Public Appearances > 2007
A new image from ‘For No Good Reason’ was released nine hours ago via their facebook page with this description:
Sunday Morning-in edit eye matching the Alexa footage that has lost it’s TC in offline!
Here’s Johnny on a sunday morning at Ralph’s.
The image has been added to our photo archive, you can view it by clicking on the thumbnails below.
Untitled Richard D. Zanuck Documentary – Premiering September 2012 This inspiring portrait of a cinema icon will examine the different facets of prolific producer Richard D. Zanuck, whose credits include Steven Spielberg’s Jaws (1975), Sidney Lumet’s The Verdict (1982), Ron Howard’s Cocoon (1985) and Bruce Beresford’s Oscar®-winning Best Picture Driving Miss Daisy (1989), as well as Tim Burton’s Planet of the Apes (2001), Big Fish (2003), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005), Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007), Alice in Wonderland (2010) and the upcoming Dark Shadows (2012). The documentary will explore Zanuck’s life and career, from his family legacy to his successes and challenges. Interviews include Zanuck himself, family members and such Hollywood notables as Steven Spielberg, Tim Burton, Ron Howard, Michelle Pfeiffer, Sherry Lansing, Lawrence Gordon, Morgan Freeman, Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, William Friedkin, Alfred Uhry, Tom Rothman and Cart Gottlieb, to name a few. This feature-length documentary special, written, produced and directed by award-winning filmmaker Laurent Bouzereau (TCM’s A Night at the Movies documentaries) is a co-production of TCM and Amblin Television.
This project has been added to the projects page as well as the sidebar. Thanks to TCM.Com for the information.
Not many people can say they spent five hours with movie star Johnny Depp – but Rotorua’s Katerina Pihera can.
Ms Pihera, whose stage name is Princess ATAK, was able to meet the heart-throb during a trip to New Mexico where she also helped run indigenous events.
Spending five hours hanging out with Depp and meeting thousands of native American Indians were just two of the many highlights of Ms Pihera’s trip to New Mexico.
Ms Pihera has just returned from taking part in the Gathering of Nations Pow Wow conference in Albuquerque, where she helped run events including the Miss Indian World pageant, singing on Stage 49, working as an MC and touring with Native Roots. She also played solo on stage at the event and spent part of a day with Depp. Ms Pihera met Depp while attending a native Comanche adoption ceremony, where he gave her a pottery gift. The film star has been adopted as a Comanche.
“It was just awesome. He’s really down to earth and humble. He’s so handsome. I was buzzing out,” she said.
Ms Pihera said Depp told her he hadn’t visited New Zealand yet, but was keen to. “He says he’d love to come here.”
More than 500 tribes were represented at the Pow Wow.
Ms Pihera was on a three-month internship with Emergence Productions and said she never realised before going to the indigenous pow wow there were so many different Indian tribes with such diverse “regalia”. “It just blew me away, all the different dances and regalia. Some had feathers, buckskin and intricate bead work.
“There was a grand entrance twice each day consisting of all the dancers as they entered the pit. Sometimes it go so full the cast and dancers couldn’t fit.
“They came from all over America. I had no idea there were so many native cultures.”
Hamilton’s reggae band NRG Rising was a “big hit”, Ms Pihera said. “It was just amazing. They really blew New Mexico away.”
Maori and Indian joined together to open the conference, Ms Pihera said. “There was a strong Maori presence. We are seen as a really strong culture. Everyone knew something about Maori culture by the end of the event.”
Ms Pihera plans to return for the next Gathering of the Nations Pow Wow. “I’ve been asked to take a bigger role. It’s going to be great.”
I have updated the photo archive with bluray captures from “Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare”, a film Johnny did back in 1991 credited as Oprah Noodlemantra. The images are 1280×720 in size.
Film Projects >  Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare > BluRay Captures
A documentary has recently been released featuring Bill Carter and the Blame. Johnny has a scene in the documentary. You can watch the full documentary below.
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Part documentary, part performance, this episode features Texas music legend Bill Carter. Carter and his wife Ruth Ellsworth write songs, lots of songs, an incredible amount of songs, including some of the biggest hits by The Fabulous Thunderbirds and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Bill Carter & The Blame is a Texas supergroup with a rotating all-star lineup that has been performing Bill and Ruth’s songs for decades. Arts In Context combines Bill Carter & The Blame footage from a 2012 live performance in KLRU’s legendary Studio 6A with interviews of Bill, Ruth and a wide selection of the musicians and people they have worked with over the years. KLRU.Org | Direct Link to Video
Johnny’s scene has been added to our youtube here. Captures have been added to our photo archive in HD (1600×800). The documentary has been added to his projects as well as in the sidebar.
Documentaries >  Arts in Context: Bill Carter and the Blame > Film Captures