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This is a video that every Grindeldore fan should watch.

It’s wonderful. It’s emotional; and the particular song makes me cry every time.





lovely photo by:  girldeuters on insta

lovely photo by: 
girldeuters on insta

only-johnny-depp: “ –  You know, the only t…


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You know, the only thing that matters, is the ending. It’s the most important part of the story, the ending. And this one, is very good. This one’s perfect.” – 

Mort Rainey.

15 years ago, today (March 12), the psychological
thriller movie, “Secret Window” was released in the USA. The movie premiered
one week earlier in March 7 at AMC Loews Lincoln Square in New York, and took
one month to be released worldwide. Based on the novella “Secret
Window, Secret Garden” by Stephen King which appeared in King’s collection “Four
Past Midnight”, the movie was directed by David Koepp and had a moderate box
office success, receiving mixed reviews from critics. In this movie, Johnny is Morton
“Mort” Rainey, an

depressed author who is suffering
from writer’s block and has to deal with another writer who claims that he plagiarized
his short story.

> Synopsis:

Mort Rainey is a author struggling
from writer’s block and his wife’s upcoming divorce, he heads to his remote
cabin in upstate New York for solitude until John Shooter, a farmer from
Mississippi accuses Mort of plagiarizing his story. Mort does his best to
dismiss the claims, until Mort learns how dangerously far John Shooter will go
in his journey for retribution. 



* When Mort Rainey drops the hat on
his desk, a copy of Hunter S. Thompson’s “The Rum Diary” can be seen
on the table. 7 years later, in 2011, Johnny played the adaption of the book:
The Rum Diary. 


Is some scenes you can see that the
“3” tattoo on Johnny’s left hand, was badly covered with a darker tone of


This movie became more popular for
being a different role for Johnny, which now has a character with dissociative
identity disorder. Also the plot twist caught Johnny and  many of the viewers, who hadn’t
read the book, by surprise.


Busy Schedule: Johnny was filming “Pirates
of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl”
in Caribe when David Koepp,
wrote a letter and went to meet him personally and talk about the project. Four
months later, Johnny started to film for “Secret Window”, for three months.
When the filming finished, Johnny filmed a small cameo for “Happily Ever After” in France and five
months later in March 2005 started to film “The Libertine” in England, UK. 

* This movie has an alternate ending.
While in the Theatrical Version and the TV Version the camera pans down to the
garden, fades to black when it reaches the dirt and finishes with Mort biting
the corn, the Alternate Ending on the DVD continues underground to the roots of
the corn stalks, showing where Ted and Amy’s bodies lay.


3 years after “Secret Window”
Johnny plays another scene with multiples of himself: The multiples Captain
Jack Sparrow in “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End”. 


All the scenes which Johnny is
driving was portrayed by himself with no stunt driver, special effects or
special equipment such as “Tow Dolly” (which is a specialty trailer that only
holds the front tires of a car, that is led by the truck) or Process Trailer
(which is a specialty trailer where the whole car is placed in a very low to
the ground platform.)

PS: I was so busy today I didn’t have time to make other posts. But, more curiosities about “Secret Window” will be posted tomorrow. 

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only-johnny-depp: “ –  There is a place. Like…


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There is a place. Like no place on Earth. A land full of wonder, mystery, and danger! Some say to survive it: You need to be as mad as a hatter.” 

9 years ago, today (March 5), “Alice
in Wonderland”
had its world premiere. One week earlier, the movie premiered
with cast attending at the Odeon Leicester Square in London. The movie started
to be screened in March 3 and kept being releasing until April around the
world. Alice in Wonderland received mixed reviews upon release; although
praised for its visual style and special effects, the film was criticized for
its lack of narrative coherence and overuse of computer-generated imagery
(CGI). The film received three nominations at the 68th Golden Globe Awards,
including Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. At the 83rd Academy Awards,
Alice in Wonderland won Best Art Direction and Best Costume Design, and was
also nominated for Best Visual Effects. The film generated over $1 billion in
ticket sales and became the fifth-highest-grossing film of all time during its
theatrical run.
In this movie, Johnny plays one of his most beloved characters among fans: Tarrant Hightopp, mostly known as The Mad

> Synopsis:
Now with 19-year-old, and facing an
imminent arranged marriage, Alice returns to the whimsical world she first
encountered as a young girl, reuniting with her childhood friends: the White
Rabbit, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Dormouse, the Caterpillar, the Cheshire
Cat, and of course, the Mad Hatter. Alice embarks on a fantastical journey to
find her true destiny and end the Red Queen’s reign of terror.

> Curiosities: 


Alice in Wonderland had different
times of finishing process: While filming took 40 days to be finished, the actors who only lent their voices, recorded
everything in one day. Tim Burton also had his own time and Helena Bonham
revealed that two weeks before the movie premiere, he was still working on the


This was Tim Burton first movie which he had directed for Disney and also his
(and Johnny) first movie filmed in their career to have 90% of the scenes
filmed in 3D and green screen.


As result of filming in a studio
with green screen for long hours, many of the cast and crew felt nauseated. Johnny
said that he felt “befuddled by the end of the day”. 


Johnny was nominated and won the “Favorite
Movie Actor” category from the 2011 Kids’ Choice Awards and “Best International Actor
“ at the 2011 Rembrandt Award, a Dutch film award.  


This was the seventh movie which
Johnny worked under the direction of Tim Burton, after Edward Scissorhands
(1990), Ed Wood (1994), Sleepy Hollow (1999), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
(2005), Corpse Bride (2005) and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
(2007). These last three movies, was also a collaboration between Johnny and 
Helena Bonham Carter, making “Alice” their fourth movie together.


Johnny gave a Glaswegian accent to
Mad Hatter’s voice, and practiced watching the 80’s Scottish comedy show “Rab
C. Nesbitt”. 


Even though Johnny was Tim’s first
and only choice, Disney wanted Jim Carrey, David Walliams and guess who! Dwayne
“The Rock” Johnson! (LOL) 

It takes exactly 31 minutes to
Johnny finally appears as Mad Hatter. 

*  Busy schedule: Johnny was filming Public
Enemies when Tim told about the project. When he
finished Alice in Wonderland, Johnny
already had three projects: a adaption from the book “The Litvinenko File: The
Life and Death of a Russian Spy” and “Shantaram” (but both projects were
shelved), so Johnny jumped for his third project and one month later, he
started to film “The Tourist”.