New photos of Johnny and Craig Winslow, one of Tim Burton’s exhibition creator and designer, at Burton’s “Lost Vegas” at the Neon Museum in Las Vegas.
* About the exhibition: For the first time in nearly a decade, the renowned American film director, producer, artist, writer and animator will stage an exhibition of his original fine art in the United States, inviting the audience to join and travel through this unique experience through Tim Burton’s mind, between never seen pieces created specifically and specially for this exhibit.
The exhbition had a special event last night, and is open from today (October 15) until February 15, 2020, at the Neon Museum in Las Vegas.
The movie is set to have its sixth premiere in a festival, held at the
17th Morelia International Film Festival,
next October 25, at the “Cinépolis Morelia Centro” in
Tickets for the screening can be bought HERE. This time, Ciro Guerra
will attend the festival along the award-winning writer, and responsible for
adapting his work to a script for the movie, J. M. Coetzee.
Steven Tyler released a professional sneak-peek recording from Aerosmith’s “Deuces are Wild” concert residency in Las Vegas, last Tuesday (October 8) with Johnny and Joe Perry singing “Toys in the Attic”.
Although most of the shows in this residency has been filmed, it’s unknown if there will be an official release planned for 2020.
“A night of Aerosmith at the Park Theatre Las Vegas.”
Johnny, Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Tim Burton and Brad Whitford through the lens of Ross Halfin, last Tuesday (October 8) on Aerosmith’s “Deuces are Wild” concert residency in Las Vegas.
“THE REAL F*CKING DEALS!”
Johnny and Steven Tyler, last night (October 8), on Aerosmith’s Deuces are Wild concert residency in Las Vegas.
Photo by Zack Whitford.
Aaron Perry, social media assistant and photographer for Aerosmith, Joe Perry and the Hollywood Vampires, was with Johnny last night at the Aerosmith’s Deuces are Wild show and revealed that the photo taken by him during the Hollywood Vampires 2019 Tour, last May 12 at
Warfield Theatre in San Francisco, now has a special place in his house:
“J.D. told me he got my photo of him and Jerry printed out ‘HUGE!’ on his wall, ‘like massive’ and he loves it. That was amazing to hear.”
Meanwhile Ross Halfin was taking their photos.