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Tim Burton: my directorial decisions are emotional not intellectual – TV interview

Tim Burton: my directorial decisions are emotional not intellectual – TV interview

  Like many of the characters in his earlier movies, such as Alice in Wonderland, Frankenweenies and Edward Scissorhands, the central character in his latest picture “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children,” Jakob, is an aloof dreamer, who finds comforts in a fictional wo...

Is Johnny Depp to blame for Transcendance box office failure? – interview

Is Johnny Depp to blame for Transcendance box office failure? – interview

The dismal performance of Johnny Depp’s starrer “Transcendence” in the US box office over the weekend heralded the 4th flop in a row for the Hollywood superstar. The $100 million production opened with just $11 million. The actor’s other movies that failed to deliver in the box office were: ...

Master and pupil honoured by LFF on the same night

Master and pupil honoured by LFF on the same night

A visiting tutor at the National Film and Television School in Buckinghamshire has won the top prize at the London Film Festival Awards and one of his pupils has collected the award for the Best First Film on the same night. Pawel Pawlikowski, the Polish director best known for the films My Summer o...

The Lone Ranger – Review

The Lone Ranger – Review

Director: Gore Verbinski - Starring: Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer, Ruth Wilson, William Fichtner, Tom Wilkinson, Helena Bonham Carter, Barry Pepper, James Badge Dale, James Frain, Harry Treadaway, Bryant Prince, Mason Cook...

SO BAD REVIEWS ARE TO BLAME FOR $150 MILLION DISASTER?

SO BAD REVIEWS ARE TO BLAME FOR $150 MILLION DISASTER?

OK, so now we know.  The Lone Ranger was a disaster—-one of the biggest Hollywood trainwrecks of the year—-because critics decided in advance not to like it because it cost so much. At least that’s the opinions of stars Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer. Not because it was a boring, ov...

Johnny Depp is not far from quitting acting

Johnny Depp is not far from quitting acting

It seems that Johnny Depp is disenchanted with acting. He has revealed to BBC Breakfast that he may be close to quitting acting, saying that he was “probably not too far away from his last picture.” The Hollywood star, who is famed for roles in Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood and The Pirates of the...

JOHNNY DEPP’S BIG MONEY CAREER COULD BE IN THE BALANCE

JOHNNY DEPP’S BIG MONEY CAREER COULD BE IN THE BALANCE

Jonny Depp’s career as a Hollywood A-lister pulling in $20 million a movie could hang on the performance of his next movie, the science-fiction thriller Transcendence. Following the belly-flop of The Lone Ranger on the heels of other Depp-starring disasters such as The Tourist, The Rum Diarie...

Johnny Depp creates a modern Tonto in The Lone Ranger – Interview

Johnny Depp creates a modern Tonto in The Lone Ranger – Interview

As a 5 year-old kid, Johnny Depp was an avid fan of The Lone Ranger, watching the TV series religiously, but something about the show was troubling to him. “There was something wrong,” he tells me when I meet him at a ranch in Santa Fe, New Mexico. “How come the red guy (Tonto) has...

Cruise tops acting earning list

Cruise tops acting earning list

Tom Cruise has topped the latest list of the highest earning actors, as compiled by Forbes magazine. The star of the Mission Impossible franchise earned more than the next two on the list combined. Currently to be seen on screen in the musical comedy...

Dark Shadows

Dark Shadows – Review

In the 1760s, the Collins family moved from Liverpool to America's northeast coast and set up a fishing business so successful that a whole town grew up around it. But when the advances of their...

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