Johnny Depp Named Hollywood's Most Overpaid Actor By Forbes As such, Depp was most recently given the not-so-honorary title of "Hollywood's Most Overpaid Actor" by Forbes magazine as part of their yearly countdown. 12/22/2015 - 1:22 pm | View Link
Johnny Depp Named ‘Modern Master’ by Santa Barbara Film Festival The award is the first to be announced by the festival, which takes place in early February and is used as a campaign stop by awards contenders who receive extra attention through the honorary awards bestowed by SBIFF every year. Depp is currently in the ... 11/4/2015 - 5:30 am | View Link
Johnny Depp Says He'd 'Totally' Be Honorary Mayor Of Creede, Colo. In Interview (VIDEO) actor Johnny Depp didn't give any pause when he was asked about his impression of Creede, Colo., where a good chunk of the movie was filmed. Asked by KDVR's Chris Parente if he'd be "in" to be named honorary mayor of Creede, Depp -- who plays the masked ... 07/11/2013 - 4:31 pm | View Link
Johnny Depp on Becoming a Comanche: ‘It Was Beautiful’ Watch: Johnny Depp Opens Up to Yahoo! Movies on Comanche Ceremony Just more than a year ago, Depp, who is himself part Native American, was named an honorary Comanche. "It certainly upped the stakes a lot," he said of the experience's affect on his "Lone ... 06/25/2013 - 2:08 pm | View Link
Johnny Depp was the Grand Marshal of a parade…in Lawton As you can see from the video, they succeeded admirably. Depp was named an honorary member of the tribe back in May, partly due to the fact he is playing Tonto in the upcoming “Lone Ranger” movie. Yeah, Johnny Depp is awesome. Not only did he make a ... 09/30/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Enjoy the sounds of the Philippines on Thursday, April 27, during a concert at Kalayaan Hall featuring the Mandaue Children’s Choir, an internationally renowned group of singers age 7 to 16 years old.
The evening promises to be a night of “indigenous music, dance and costumes,” says Consul General Henry S.
With its soundtrack selling 45 million copies worldwide and the track “I Will Always Love You” becoming one of the best-selling singles of all time, the 1992 film “The Bodyguard,” starring Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner, is natural fodder for a stage musical.
While no one could match the timbre of the pop icon, Grammy nominee Deborah Cox is a great pick for the Houston role of Rachel Marron, both for stage presence and sheer vocal power.
Judson Mills plays the title character she hires to protect herself and whom she eventually falls for.
In a sense, John Huston’s 1953 chaotic noir satire “Beat the Devil” has been a lost film, even though it’s never really been out of circulation (you can stream it now on YouTube if you can stand the substandard picture quality).
 you’ve never seen the film the way it was meant to be seen — uncut, with a restored image based on the original camera negative.
With a freewheeling tale scripted by Truman Capote about a group of international hustlers, con men and nefarious adventurers plotting a scheme to score some uranium, Huston was spoofing his own “The Maltese Falcon,” the 1941 noir that made Humphrey Bogart a star.
Bogart loved the idea so much he not only signed on as lead rogue in “Beat the Devil,” but also helped bankroll the film through his production company, Santana Productions.
Along for the fun ride is Bogart’s “Falcon” co-star Peter Lorre, as well as Jennifer Jones, Robert Morley and Gina Lollobrigida, the Italian actress and future Hollywood starlet in her first English-language film.
The film was a box office bomb, and the rights fell into public domain, which explains why the film could only be seen in countless unwatchable washed-out prints that formed the basis of so many bad DVD releases.
 it became a cult classic anyway, and now Sony Pictures, in conjunction with Martin Scorsese’s Film Foundation, has restored the original cut of the film, without the narration and with the missing four minutes.
The picturesque movie was shot in the seaside port of Ravallo, Italy, where the crooks kill time while awaiting repairs on their rusty boat, their ticket across the Mediterranean to North Africa, where uranium fields await.
Huston liked the project but hated the original script and invited Capote, then 28 years old, to join the production in Ravallo and write from scratch — some pages of dialogue filmed hours or even minutes after being written.
The movie reminds me of “A Fish Called Wanda,” Charles Crichton’s 1987 more broadly comic heist film (indeed, Huston might have drawn some inspiration from Crichton’s 1951 comic heist masterpiece, “The Lavender Hill Mob”).
Partnering with the release of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Doritos have released a set of limited edition bags that play the film's full soundtrack.
According to Billboard, the custom-designed bags are a part of the joint Rock Out Loud campaign and feature a music player that's inspired by a cassette deck to keep with the movie's retro music theme.
The soundtrack, dubbed Awesome Mix Vol.
French conglomerate and former Activision parent Vivendi is reportedly honing in on publisher Ubisoft, with an acquisition expected by the end of this year.
This comes via a new report from Reuters, with the publication's sources saying that advertising group Havas and Ubisoft are the first on Vivendi's takeover list as it attempts a major expansion this year.