Category: behind the scenes

dailyjdepp: Johnny Depp behind the scenes of …

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Johnny Depp behind the scenes of ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’.

“The stoner’s hooch set on Platoon. Here’s whe…

“The stoner’s hooch set on Platoon. Here’s where we actors came up with the bright idea of actually getting stoned before we filmed. But it took so long to light and set up, that by the time Oliver was ready to shoot, we were all tired and sleepy. The scene was a mess. We had to come back the next day and reshoot everything.”

“Shooting the village sequence in ‘Platoon’ was very tough for all of us, but it was very cool hanging out and playing with these wonderful Vietnamese children in between scenes. It helped take our minds off the horrible things we were filming.”


Behind the scenes photos from “Platoon” in 1986 in Vietnam, posted on the “Brothers in Arms Movie” instagram.

sakurafavjd: joachimronningTelling the crew w…

sakurafavjd:

joachimronningTelling the crew where to point the camera on the set of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

“Lost my pearlies in the war!” ~ Johnny as Ed …

“Lost my pearlies in the war!” ~ Johnny as Ed Wood.

Colorful behind the scenes photo from “Ed Wood” with a toothless Johnny, Ve Neill and Martin Landau, 24 years ago.

Curiosity:
* Ed Wood really had lost his teeth in World War II while fighting the Japanese. He was hit in the face with the butt of a rifle.

only-johnny-depp: Behind the scenes photos fr…

only-johnny-depp:

Behind the scenes photos from “Platoon” in 1986 posted by “Brothers In Arms Movie”

on Instagram

“’Platoon’ was filmed in chronological order. When Lerner ‘died’ we had a big dinner party for Johnny Depp that night. Then the next day he was on a plane back home. Everyone felt the loss when each of the guys left. Eventually, toward the end of filming, very few of us were remained”

Behind the scenes photos from “Platoon” in 198…

Behind the scenes photos from “Platoon” in 1986 posted by “Brothers In Arms Movie”

on Instagram

“’Platoon’ was filmed in chronological order. When Lerner ‘died’ we had a big dinner party for Johnny Depp that night. Then the next day he was on a plane back home. Everyone felt the loss when each of the guys left. Eventually, toward the end of filming, very few of us were remained”

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“Platoon” was filmed in chronological order. When Lerner “died” we had a big dinner party for Johnny Depp that night. The the next day he was on a plane back home. Everyone felt the loss when each of the guys left. Eventually, toward the end of filming, very few of us were remained.

only-johnny-depp: Underneath of one of the mo…

only-johnny-depp:

Underneath of one of the most extreme makeover Johnny
has ever done:

Different from “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”, where he had his hair shaved by his friend Hunter S. Thompson, this time, in “Black Mass”, Johnny wore prosthesis to look exactly like Whitey Bulger. The process wasn’t easy: The makeup team had to cover up from Johnny’s cheeks and the bottom of his nose to the middle of his head with a prosthetic piece where every hair had to be plugged one at a time and by hand, including the eyebrows. In the movie, there were about 45 forehead pieces that needed to be done.
Johnny also wore contacts, to turn his brown eyes in an incandescent light blue, and wore fake teeth to better evoke the Bulger mug, rotting incisor. The whole process (protect the skin, use the products to glue the prosthesis, adjust, cut, paint, makeup, hair) used to took 22 hours to be done, and everything had to be redone with new prosthetics in the next day to film a new scene.   

Underneath of one of the most extreme makeover…

Underneath of one of the most extreme makeover Johnny
has ever done:

Different from “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”, where he had his hair shaved by his friend Hunter S. Thompson, this time, in “Black Mass”, Johnny wore prosthesis to look exactly like Whitey Bulger. The process wasn’t easy: The makeup team had to cover up from Johnny’s cheeks and the bottom of his nose to the middle of his head with a prosthetic piece where every hair had to be plugged one at a time and by hand, including the eyebrows. In the movie, there were about 45 forehead pieces that needed to be done.
Johnny also wore contacts, to turn his brown eyes in an incandescent light blue, and wore fake teeth to better evoke the Bulger mug, rotting incisor. The whole process (protect the skin, use the products to glue the prosthesis, adjust, cut, paint, makeup, hair) used to took 22 hours to be done, and everything had to be redone with new prosthetics in the next day to film a new scene.   

New Book: “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Gri…

New Book: “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald: Movie Magic”!

A new installment in the Movie Magic series, this book takes young readers behind the scenes of “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald”.

Packed with captivating facts and incredible images from the making of the film, this hardcover

book features kid-friendly behind-the-scenes looks at the characters, magical locations, beasts, and artifacts seen on-screen. This interactive volume will also come filled with bonus inserts–from maps and posters reproducing props from the film to lift-the-flaps and stickers!

> Details:
* Date release: November 20.
* Pages:

96.
* Author: Jody Revenson
* Price: 

$19.49 / £23.21

* Product Dimensions: 9 x 10.2 inches (≅

23 x 26 cm)

Check the product here