Johnny and Amber, together again — on the big screen! Johnny Depp, 50, will make a cameo in London Fields, an upcoming thriller starring his 27-year-old girlfriend Amber Heard.
The crime thriller, based on the 1989 novel by Martin Amis, started filming in September in London. The plot follows a terminally-ill ex-pat, played by Billy Bob Thornton, who meets a psychic named Nicola Six (Heard) at a seedy London bar. Nicola, who knows she will be murdered before her upcoming birthday, begins a torrid love affair with three different men– one of whom is her killer. Theo James and Jim Sturgess will costar in the film.
Although Depp’s role in the movie remains unknown, sources told The Hollywood Reporter that the Pirates of the Caribbean actor has already filmed his scenes during short breaks from other in-production films, the big screen-adaptation of Into the Woods and Mortdecai.
Just last Thursday, Oct. 24, Heard and Depp were spotted together, for the first time since July, enjoying dinner in London’s Mayfair District. Heard, who recently commented on her love life to Net-A-Porter’s The Edit, said, “I have had relationships, successful relationships, with men, and I had a great relationship with a wonderful woman.” (The bisexual actress dated Tasya van Ree from 2008 to 2012.) She added, “We all love who we love; we don’t choose it.”
The stunning star and Depp first met on the set of 2011 film, The Rum Diary. They confirmed their relationship in June 2012 shortly after Depp and the mother of his two children Vanessa Paradis ended their 14-year relationship.
The Hollywood heartthrob shared some insight on the split with Rolling Stone in June: “Relationships are very difficult. Especially in the racket that I’m in because you’re constantly away or they’re away and so it’s hard.” A source told Us Weekly that once Heard wraps up filming, she plans to stay in London with Depp, who commences filming his other projects in mid-December.
Hello everybody, my name is Claudia and I’m the new owner of this amazing fansite, thanks to my friend Kaci for giving me this opportunity. I have been a fan of Johnny (of everything of Johnny) for 18 years and always desired a fansite on my own but never fulfilled at last for the amount of work that it required, so this is my opportunity on something started already, to put all my love and my care into this. As first, while a work a bit in the background, I’m going to share with you the official video of Paul McCartney’s new single “Queenie Eye”, in which there’s a huge bunch of famous stars and Johnny’s former girlfriend Kate Moss, enjoy the video, the song and few HD screencaptures I’ve made from it.
Screen Captures > Music Videos > “Queenie Eyes” – Paul McCartney
I have added scans from the Summer 2013 issue of Total Film UK to our photo archive, thanks to depplovers.com.br.
Magazines > 2013 > [Summer] Total Film UK
There are moments, kemosabe, when Johnny Depp wonders how he ended up in this particular position in the universe.
Not in the metaphorical sense of being one of Hollywood’s most bankable stars. But rather, how he got talked into clinging to the top of a speeding 250-ton train built for “The Lone Ranger” while feeling his white Tonto makeup bake on his face in the desert heat of a Rio Puerco, N.M., summer.
“You do start to question your sanity when you’re standing on top of a train in like 110-degree heat doing about 50 or 60 (miles per hour) down the track,” Depp told the Daily News.
This action sequence in “The Lone Ranger,” though, will surely elevate pulses in peter north volume pills air-conditioned multiplexes when Depp’s latest grandiose collaboration with his “Pirates of the Caribbean” director Gore Verbinski and producer Jerry Bruckheimer hits theaters Wednesday.
Not that Depp will ever know exactly how cool it looks.
The 50-year-old star can’t bear to see himself on the big screen and avoids watching his own movies.
“I’m uncomfortable watching myself,” he says. “I would rather know what I gave to the director in terms of options, because that’s all you can really do is give the guy options in the cutting room. I do that as best as I can.
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I have added two scans of Johnny in the July/August 2013 issue of Premiere Magazine. Thanks to DeppLovers.Com.Br for these.
Magazine Scans > 2013 > Premiere – July/August
I have added 400+ high quality additions to the [June 24] Ceremony honoring producer Jerry Bruckheimer with star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame album thanks to DeA from Armie-Hammer.Com for donating these to us.
I have added a large amount of images to the photo archive. I would like to thank my friend DeA over at Armie-Hammer.Com for the images of [June 22] The Lone Ranger Premiere in California and [June 19] “The Lone Ranger” Press Conference. I would also like to thank JohnnyTim.Com for the images of [June 27] “The Lone Ranger” Moscow Premiere, [June 27] “The Lone Ranger” Moscow Photocall and [June 27] “The Lone Ranger” Moscow Press Conference.
Press Conferences and Photocalls > 2013 > [June 19] “The Lone Ranger” Press Conference
Public Appearances > 2013 > [June 22] The Lone Ranger Premiere in California
Public Appearances > 2013 > [June 27] “The Lone Ranger” Moscow Premiere
Press Conferences and Photocalls > 2013 > [June 27] “The Lone Ranger” Moscow Press Conference
Screen Captures > Online Segments, Press Junkets, Press Conferences and Interviews > [June 2013] CBS Sunday Morning – Clip
Screen Captures > Online Segments, Press Junkets, Press Conferences and Interviews > [June 27] The Late Show with David Letterman
Public Appearances > 2013 > [June 25] The Late Show with David Letterman
ACTOR JOHNNY DEPP TELLS “CBS SUNDAY MORNING WITH CHARLES OSGOOD” HE LIKES MOVIE ROLES THAT ARE A LITTLE DANGEROUS AND HAVE “A BIT OF A TIGHTROPE ELEMENT”
Actor Johnny Depp likes movie roles that are a bit dangerous and include the risk of failure, he tells Lee Cowan in an interview for this weekend’s CBS SUNDAY MORNING WITH CHARLES OSGOOD to be broadcast June 30, 2013 (9:00 AM ET) on the CBS Television Network.
“Hopefully, whatever you’re approaching has some kind of, you know, tightrope element,” Depp tells Cowan. “I think that if you don’t feel that, if you don’t feel some kind of, not fear necessarily, but you know, the possibility of falling flat on your face, I think you must challenge that.”
Depp, known for eclectic roles in such films as “The Pirates of The Caribbean” and “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” is now taking on the role of Tonto in a film version of the iconic TV series “The Lone Ranger,” directed by Gore Verbinski. This time around, though, Tonto is much more than a sidekick to the Lone Ranger.
“I was always uncomfortable with the idea that Tonto was given sort of instructions, you know, and sent off,” Depp says. “I mean, the Lone Ranger’s a nice guy, but what, how come he’s treating the other guy like… lesser?”
Cowan’s interview with Depp will be broadcast June 30, 2013. CBS SUNDAY MORNING is broadcast Sundays (9:00 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network. Rand Morrison is the executive producer.