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Congrats to Johnny Depp on the succes of Fantastic Beasts: the Crimes of Grindelwald and his flawless performance as Grindelwald!

becauseitisjohnnydepp:

becauseitisjohnnydepp:

For al your amazing art and now especially for Grindelwald!! 🙂

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Ezra Miller and Johnny Depp Premiere in London

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“The person who really LOVES you
sees what a mess you can be,
how moody you can get,
how hard you are to handle.
But still wants you in their life”.

becauseitisjohnnydepp: “I was really nervous …

becauseitisjohnnydepp:

“I was really nervous going into it for many reasons — I didn’t know him, I didn’t work with him. He is quite a legendary actor. He immediately put me at ease. He was very gentle with me. He was very kind after every take. He was generous and said lively things about my performance, which was great because I was very vulnerable — not in the whole movie but in some scenes. At the end of the movie, there is a scene which is particularly painful for me and we had to do it over and over again. I was like yelling in the scene. It was awful and at a certain point, I couldn’t stop crying. I went to a corner. He came over and he just started telling me a story about him being invited to some weird political party thing. It was hilarious. The stuff he was saying and the way they were reacting. He completely, without making any note of the state I was in or making me self-conscious, genuinely distracted me. It was a kind thing to do. He didn’t have to do it. He knew where I was at and I really respect that and appreciate that.”Alison Sudol on working with  on Johnny Depp in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

becauseitisjohnnydepp: In “Grindelwald” is a s…

becauseitisjohnnydepp:

In “Grindelwald” is a stirring speech by Johnny Depp’s Hitleresque Dark Wizard Gellert Grindelwald.

Hearing that the first time, “I was just thrilled to see Johnny exploring the issues which are so much the issues of our time and also of the period when our film is set,” Waterston said.

“We know where that led us in the 20th century and to consider the possibility that we could be hurtling there again is chilling. Put an actor into it — it shows us how this happens.

“It’s not simply by being terrifying but being seductive, with logical arguments encouraging people to take sides to vilify the other.

“You see it takes a cunning person to manipulate people that way. Johnny really understood that.” –  Katherine Waterston

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