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Holy Shit!!! So proud of my babe for getting invited to hang out with Mr. Johnny Depp at his house last night! They shot the shit for 12 hours, and I heard nothing but good things about how cool and nice Mr. Depp was ♥️ So rad @ryanleone85 😛💥🎉 happy for you boo!
Had a wonderful time at Johnny’s house last weekend – first time I’ve met him. Such a cool person and unique artist. We spent hours discussing Hunter S. Thomson . Johnny read me some hand-written letters from The Good Doc and gave me Hunter’s infamous cigarette holder… I’m honored. The torch of Gonzo… what a magical experience!!!
“Had a wonderful time at Johnny’s house last weekend – first time I’ve met him. Such a cool person and unique artist. We spent hours discussing Hunter S. Thomson . Johnny read me some hand-written letters from The Good Doc and gave me Hunter’s infamous cigarette holder… I’m honored. The torch of Gonzo… what a magical experience!!!” – Wrote Ryan Leone, writer and producer, on his Instagram.
Ps. Johnny seems to be wearing a t-shirt from the Scottish alternative rock band “The Jesus and Mary Chain”.
These funny photos were taken during the make-up test for the filming of “Yoga Hosers”, sometime at the end of 2014, in California.
These photos reveals the “hidden” running joke included in the movie:
Different from the first movie “Tusk”, Johnny’s character, Guy LaPointe, now has moles on his face, and if you pay close attention, throughout the whole movie, the moles keeps changing places around his face and even multiply from shot to shot. In the beginning of the movie,
LaPointe has three of them, and in the end he finishes with seven. 😂 😂
Johnny’s latest movie directed by Ciro
Guerra, featuring Mark Rylance and Robert Pattinson and based on the novel
of the same name by J. M. Coetzee, is set to be screened at the 45th Deauville
American Film Festival in France.
The festival will happen from September 6 to September
15 but the official date for the screening is yet to be revealed. Also different from the other
festivals, the movie will only have a premiere and is not in a competition.
This will be the second official screening
of the movie, after the Venice Film Festival in September 6 in Italy, and later
the San Sebastian Film Festival, between September 20 to September 28, in Spain.
Let’s stay tuned for the official date for
the premiere and also if cast will attend this festival. Up until now it seems that Robert Pattinson is confirmed to attend the festival but due to his movie “The Lighthouse” by Robert Eggers is on competition for the The Lucien-Barriere Literary Award.
Another day, another festival! Congratulations!
Waiting for the Barbairans will be screened at the 44th Festival Deauville ( from 6 to 15 September 2019) in France!!!
Waiting for the Barbarians
Colombian director Ciro Guerra charmed critics with 2015’s Embrace of the Serpent and 2018’s Birds of Passage. This year, he brings the same lyricism to Waiting for the Barbarians, a dramatisation of JM Coetzee’s novel of the same name. Johnny Depp takes centre stage as a bureaucrat sent to quell a mutiny in a colonial town, while Mark Rylance plays a magistrate who questions imperialism. The final product is a pertinent assessment of immigration and integration, exposing the fear governments instil in their populace to encourage them to turn the other way.