“Thank You All For Last Night🦇🖤”
Photo by Ross Halfin, posted by Tommy on Instagram.
Photo by Global Artist Management for the Hollywood Reporter on a new article talking about signing with Global Artist Management, which will manage all aspects of his career except for film, which continues to be represented by CAA (Creative Artists Agency).
Managed by Paul Geary and Steve Wood, their company are also co-managing the Hollywood Vampires.
Read the full article HERE.
Photo by Aaron Perry on Instagram.
Johnny rocking yesterday during the first band rehearsal for the upcoming show in four days!
Photo by The Aaron Perry on Instagram.
Johnny really had a good time yesterday at
Aux Trois Mailletz Restaurant and Cabaret in Paris. He even joined on stage playing guitar!
Videos by Elga Porchkidze on Instagram.
Johnny last night with fans at Paris Gare du Nord station after taking a Eurostar from London. Is believed that he could have been in Paris to see Lily-Rose and Jack, 16, who live with their mum Vanessa Paradis, and also to celebrate the holidays and the free time with them and friends.
Johnny through the lens of Ross Halfin arriving at
Sanya Phoenix International Airport in Sanya, China, for the “Hainan Film Festival”, last Saturday (December 15)
“Listen… I should probably warn ya.
You make friends with us… You’ll make enemies of others.” – Roux.
18 years ago, today (December 15),
“Chocolat”, premiered in selected theaters in New York and Los Angeles. Later, still in USA, the movie had a limited release one week later, and a wider one in January
2001, along with screenings around the world throughout the year. The British-American
romantic comedy-drama movie, was based on the novel “Chocolat” by Joanne Harris,
and was directed by Lasse Hallström, who also directed “What’s Eating Gilbert
Grape?” 7 years earlier.
In this movie, although Johnny is on the poster, his
performance is more like a “special cameo”, playing Roux, a handsome travelling
gypsy, who loves playing old blues with his electric guitar.
Nobody could have imagined the impact
that the striking Vianne (Juliette
Binoche) would make when she arrived in a tranquil, old-fashioned, and deeply
religious French village community. In her very unusual chocolate shop, Vianne
begins to create mouth-watering confections that almost magically inspire the
straitlaced villagers to abandon themselves to temptation and happiness. But it
is not until another stranger, the handsome, Roux (Johnny Depp) arrives in town that Vianne is finally able to
recognize her own desires.
* In 2 hours of movie, it takes 54
minutes to Johnny finally appears playing his guitar. His scenes on the next
hour, lasts for a little bit more than 17 minutes.
* In the movie, Johnny plays his guitar in three scenes. Two of the songs were include
on the official soundtrack: “Minor Swing”, “Caravan” and “They’re Red Hot” (This
last one was not included on the soundtrack)
* When Roux, and his family arrives by the river, the little girl, Anouk, runs into the store saying, “They’re here!”, and Vianne asks "Who’s here?” and she answers “Pirates!”. Then, they go outside, and see Roux playing the guitar, and Anouk says, “I bet he’s the Captain”. Three years later, Johnny began to play Captain Jack Sparrow, in “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl”,
* As a child growing up in Owensboro,
Kentucky, Johnny was allergic to chocolate, but the allergy went away when he
reached adulthood. In 2001, after filming “Chocolat”, Johnny revealed that he
doesn’t like the taste of “good” chocolate. He prefers the cheap, Easter-bunny
* This is the first of the two movies
involving chocolate in Johnny’s career. 5 years later, in 2005, he played the
owner of a Chocolate fabric, Willy Wonka, in “Charlie and the Chocolate