I have updated the gallery with 997 BluRay (1914×792) Screen Captures from Mortdecai, a project that released this year(May 12, 2015) on dvd and bluray of Johnny as Charles Mortdecai, to the photo archive. Thank you to my friend Claudia from marymcdonnell.org for sending these our way!
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I have updated the gallery with 737 BluRay (1914×792) Screen Captures from Transcendence, a project that released last year(April 10, 2014) on dvd and bluray of Johnny as Will Caster, to the photo archive.
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I have added stills as well as posters from Johnny’s project Black Mass to our photo archive.
Don’t forget to snag your copy of Mortdecai on Blu-Ray, DVD and Digital HD! The Action, Comedy film released on dvd and digital platforms on May 12, 2015. It is truly one for the collection as well as a gem to own for those days you want to tune into something hilarious yet intriguing. You can purchase it at a local retailer or online at the following links: Amazon (rental/digital download) (dvd) (blu-ray), iTunes.
Entertainment weekly issue of May 1st dedicated a glimpse to Black Mass. Enjoy it!
Magazine Scans > 2015 > Entertainment Weekly (USA) – May 1
“He could be charming. He could be ruthless. He was like a cobra—you never knew where he could strike,” says director Scott Cooper (Crazy Heart) of notorious crime boss Whitey Bulger, played by Johnny Depp in Black Mass (out Sept. 18). The film tells the true story of how Bulger, the brother of a state senator (Benedict Cumberbatch), became the most feared gangster in Boston while simultaneously serving as an FBI informant to take down the Italian Mafia.
Depp may not seem the obvious choice for the role of the blue-eyed, fair-haired Bulger, but once he was in character, the effect was palpable. “A lot of people on set knew Whitey intimately,” says Cooper. “They got chills at the resemblance. Some of them couldn’t even look at him.”
To re-create Bulger’s intimidating style and persona, Cooper and Depp pored over surveillance tapes and old FBI photographs. In the scene (shown above) Depp’s Bulger walks down the street after killing a man in a parking lot. “He murdered him in front of numerous witnesses in broad daylight,” Cooper says. “In a word, Whitey was brazen.”
And so was Depp in his portrayal. “It’s easy to be the mustache twirling villain but this performance couldn’t be further from that,” the director says. “He is truly gifted.”
Johnny Depp is back at work as the sauced hero Captain Jack Sparrow in the fifth installment of Disney’s popular Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. “Captain Jack is back and we’re not letting him go,” producer Jerry Bruckheimer tweeted Tuesday. In the photo, Depp’s character looks decidedly panicked as he’s tied up by thick ropes and flanked by two menacing pirates.
Production on Pirates 5 was temporarily halted when Depp left the set after injuring his hand during filming in early March. Following the on-set accident, Depp flew to the United States for surgery. But by the looks of Bruckheimer’s photo, the fifth Pirates film—titled Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales—is back in production in Australia.
The movie includes returning stars Orlando Bloom and Geoffrey Rush, as well as Javier Bardem, who makes his Pirates debut as Captain Salazar. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is slated to hit theaters July 7, 2017.