“Special 4th of July throwback to one year ago, when I had the privilege of organizing the final tour dinner for the Hollywood Vampires. I was lucky to spend the evening caring for the kindest and most genuine people any event manager could ever hope to work with! Thanks for celebrating this special day with us, and for an out-of-this-world concert at the Jazz Festival – You guys rock! 🤘🧛♂️🦇 Listening to the new Rise album brings back unforgettable memories!” – wrote Kenzie Schmidt on Instagram.
Ps.On the album Rise, Johnny doesn’t play the piano, but is credited for being the one who plays the keyboards on the last track “Congratulations”.
* Charlie Chaplin in “The Gold Rush” (1925) * Johnny as Sam in “Benny & Joon” (1993) * Johnny, 25 years later recreating his role during a dinner while on tour with the Hollywood Vampires in Russia (2018)
Legend has it that every fan of Johnny, after watch “Benny & Joon”, have already done it at least one time in their lives… Have you?
Today (April 16), is celebrated worldwide the phenomenon of voice, which aim is demonstrate the enormous importance of the voice in the daily lives of all people. Johnny uses his voice to bring happiness all around the world, and he makes it through movies, and now and them, he also shares through music. And TOMORROW, The Hollywood Vampires, is set to release something great! Click HERE to set a reminder and known the premiere in your local hour.
“ – My name is Richard. I’m your professor. From here on out we’re going to do things very differently… Oh, and if any of you sell marijuana, please visit me during office hours.” – Johnny as Richard in “The Professor”
In this interview, Johnny talks about how he became an actor, and his first
thoughts when he faced a camera; his routines while reading the scripts and how
he prepares himself for a new role; His meeting with Tim Burton and Edward
Scissorhands; Kusturica and Arizona Dream, His work with different directors,
and how a young director can impress him; Advice for young actors and
directors; His future as actor and director; the movies he saw recently, and
his roles in “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” and “Waiting For the
I gotta say: It’s a long and really great interview and a must read! I hope you all like, and if you need a better quality to read, just ask
**Ps about the translation:You have no idea of how much time and tough was working
on the translation. I did the most for a close translation to the original,
using 10 different dictionaries, translating word by word and sentence by sentence to avoid any mistake. It’s 99% correct, but there’s some words which I
had to change for to equivalent synonym in English, but don’t worry, it’s the
same meaning. And as usual in the same magazine format. It was tough, but I loved to make it. When a next interview in a different language be released, remember that will be translated here!
TBT: [Translation] Johnny on the cover of the Chinese “Movie
“I also want to direct two movies. One of
them is a script that I ‘stolen’ 30 years ago. At that time, my agent only told
me about the situation of the script and the general plot, and then, after
listening to it, I took the script away.” 😂 😂– Johnny, for the Chinese magazine
Last December, Johnny was at Hainan International Film Festival, in China, where he talked about his career for one hour and half for fans, young filmmakers and producers, on the “Masterclass Session Enabling Tomorrow’s Talents Event", in Hainan Bay, China. Later, Johnny was on the cover of the January issue of the Chinese magazine “Movie View”, which brought an interview with what was said during the event, talking about his experience as actor throughout the years, how he became an actor, movies, collaboration with directors, his routines and future plans as actor and director, Fantastic Beasts, and advice for those who are interest in the film industry. Many people who doesn’t know Chinese, lost this interview, but don’t worry! I’m here to save you all! As many of you know I love doing editions of photos and translating some interviews in other languages to English, and I couldn’t let this pass. So, if you want to know what Johnny said during the interview, stay tuned for the translated version that I made and I’ll be sharing with all of you, in a magazine format as well, this weekend. Xoxo. Ps: I already posted some parts, you can read them here: > Johnny’s advice for those who wants to be famous. >