Mr. Depp speaks a language all his own.
Tim Burton, Johnny Depp, and 'Alice in Wonderland' inspire a list of the top fifteen collaborations of the last 25 years.
Also, Gerard Butler does not love jam.
With little character profiles of Helena, Johnny, and Anne.
We love this wholeheartedly.
"I firmly believe Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin, and Jessie Misskelley are totally innocent," says the star of Disney's new 'Alice in Wonderland.'
Plus: Belushi heads to 'Defenders.'
Plus: Johnny Depp makes own children cry.
The film will present "a totally new take," he says
Foreign movie-theater owners, upset over Disney's shrunken release window for the film, are threatening not to screen Tim Burton's 'Alice in Wonderland.'
Check that. It's actually Johnny Depp making a documentary about Keith Richards.
And don't forget Primal Scream's Bobby Gillespie!
"Nietzsche was wrong. What doesn’t kill you does not make you stronger. It makes you really tired."
One could argue that Burton is losing his storytelling touch, but man oh man, he can still compose gorgeous visuals.
"We Love Violence" is a rowdy celebration of police brutality shouted out by vicious police officers, who conclude their ditty with spectacular flatulence.
Plus: Anthony Hopkins! Meryl Streep's Daughter! Mario Lopez!
Plus: Johnny Depp on how great he is.
Depp will likely make the fourth 'Pirates' film, but he's not too keen on the planned fifth and sixth installments.
Dick Cook being axed by Disney certainly doesn't help.
Plus: Johnny Depp! Elvis Costello! The Black Keys!
Plus: Juliette Lewis is no fan of tooth injuries.
Gilliam is dispensing career advice.
Plus: Don't sit next to Seth Rogen on a plane.
Except for Helena Bonham Carter's Red Queen, that is.
Anyone else getting bored by this combo?