Category: interview

“Interview with my favorite Vampire”

New behind the scenes footage was shared by Paisley Zerr, who directed the interview with Johnny for the Grammy Academy Awards, which was recorded in Johnny’s house, at night, last June 18 in Hollywood Hills.

Ps. It seems that the full length of the video interview is 6 minutes long!!!

Last Thursday (October 24) during the Hard Rock Hotel opening in Hollywood, Florida, Johnny gave a short interview for the NBC6 South Florida, talking about the

impersonator fan who appeared on the hotel dressed as Captain Jack Sparrow and made a little fuzz as some people really thought it was him, and also talked about guitar shaped Hotel.

“I think it’s beautiful… It’s surreal”


Extrait archives M6 Video Bank // Interview de Johnny Depp (Interview Cinéma – 2000)

Nicolas Cage talked a little bit about Johnny in a new interview for the “The New York Times” Magazine, today (August 7):

David Marchese (for the The New York Times
> Let me ask you something unrelated: Is it
true that in the early 80′s you met Johnny Depp playing Monopoly?

> [Nicolas Cage]:
“The true story is that we were already
friends. I was living in an old building in Hollywood called the Fontenoy, and
I think I ultimately rented the apartment to Johnny, and he started living
there. He was at the point in his career where he was selling pens or something
to get by. He would take my money and buy cocktails but wouldn’t tell me about
it. He admitted it later. But anyway, we were good friends, and we would play
Monopoly, and he was winning a game, and I was watching him and I said, ‘Why
don’t you just try acting?’
He wanted to be a musician at the time, and he told
me, ‘No, I can’t act.’ I said, ‘I think you can act.’ So I sent him to meet
with my agent. She sent him out on his first audition, which was A Nightmare
on Elm Street.
He got the part that day. Overnight sensations don’t happen.
But it happened with him.”

Once again, Thank you Nicolas Cage for making this happen!

Ps: The photos above were taken 31 years ago during the premiere of “Decline of Western Civilization Part 2: The Metal Years” a rock and roll documentary premiered at Cinerama Dome in, Los Angeles in June 1, 1988.

“A Conversation with… Johnny Depp"

Previously released only in a podcast version, Johnny’s interview realized last October 5, 2018, was finally fully released on Youtube.
The special event was recorded at 

FilmPodium, in Zurich, when Johnny attended “The Professor” when still titled under name “Richard Says Goodbye”at the Zurich Film Festival. 
During almost one hour, Johnny talks about his acting and music life, Captain Jack Sparrow, Richard Says Goodbye (The Professor), Tim Burton, Blow, Public Enemies, Black Mass, Hunter S. Thompson, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald and the upcoming Waiting for the Barbarians.

“Few days ago

Paisley Zerr📽

and Axia Serra  had me on set to record this legend in his own studio! Thank you guys for one of the best experiences I ever had!” wrote the producer & sound engineer

Iacopo Pinna on his Instagram, sharing two photos taken during the interview that was recorded in Johnny’s house, last June 18.

“I recently sat down and chatted with Joe Perry and Johnny Depp about their band Hollywood Vampires and all things rock n’ roll” 🤘🏽 – Wrote Alina Vission, producer and host for the Grammys on her Instagram sharing a photo taken during the interview that was recorded in Johnny’s house, last June 18.

Johnny’s motivational advice: “Just keep going… Keep playing.”

Yesterday (July 10), was released a new video by Grammy Awards on Instagram featuring Johnny on his house and Joe Perry through video call answering some questions about the favorite part of being in a band, what instruments they’d like to play, the amount of guitars owned, how the rock and roll scene will be 100 years in the future and their advice for those who are looking to make a career our of their passion.

“ – He was a fun character. It’s really
been a fun character. Bring him to life is my favorite part.”
– Johnny Depp

16 years ago, today (July 9), “Pirates if
the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl”
was released on the USA theaters. 5 months
later, In December, the DVD was released with a lot of extra content and one of
them was “Becoming Jack Sparrow”, an almost 8 minutes interview with Johnny and
cast talking about the character.

Man… He f*cking loved this character…

Johnny Depp is and always will be our Captain Jack Sparrow…

“Cooper: Alexa? Please play the new Hollywood Vampires’ song…
Johnny: Please.
Cooper: Now.
Johnny: Please.
Cooper: Now.
Johnny: Please.
Cooper: Now.

Johnny:  Alexa? Please…”

Johnny, Alice Cooper and Joe Perry having some fun in a new outtake from their album interview released last June 22.
Now I wonder if Johnny has ever used Alexa or Siri to ask crazy questions like this one about Tarzan’s beard…