Before it was a massive movie franchise, Pirates of the Caribbean was just another ride at Disneyland. But, it wasn't just any ride. Built in 1967, Pirates of the Caribbean was actually the last ride that was personally overseen by Walt Disney before his death in 1966. This is just one of the facts packed into the latest episode of You Think You Know Movies, which sets sail with Captain Jack Sparrow in Pirates of the Caribbean!
When it comes to Hollywood royalty, no one commands attention on the silver screen quite like Tom Cruise and Johnny Depp. With decades of successful films under their belts, these leading men have proved time and time again they are more than just handsome faces with perfectly chiseled jawlines...
Well, here's one supergroup we never saw coming: Ed Sheeran, Johnny Depp and One Direction member Zayn Malik. But apparently the guys are at least considering a collaboration, because they've been spotted together at a Los Angeles recording studio.
Much like Jennifer Lawrence before him, actor Johnny Depp has admitted he not only watches the TLC show 'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo,' but he also likes it.
Maybe that's because it hasn't caused him any car accidents yet.
When actor/suspected chameleon Johnny Depp went on 'The Late Show With David Letterman' back in February to promote his film 'The Lone Ranger,' he told a harrowing tale of a near-death experience he had while riding his horse. Or rather, not riding his horse.
Now, thanks to a new featurette for the movie, "that time Johnny Depp was convinced he was going to die" is on video for public co
Actor and universal hottie Johnny Depp was promoting his newest film 'The Lone Ranger' (in which he plays Native American Tonto because what could go wrong there?) when he was asked whom he'd like to play in his next movie.
After a pause, Depp admitted that he'd love to portray actress, singer and comedienne Carol Channing.
No, we didn't make that up. Our imaginations are good but they aren't that
Glitter-encrusted singer Kesha is no stranger to saying and doing things that make people roll their eyes -- from drinking her own urine to performing fellatio on pastries, wearing undergarments made out of teeth and having sex with ghosts -- but this is probably the first time her eyes rolled around in the sheets.
We just hope she and actor Johnny Depp, who was allegedly the one sexing her up wit
Since Johnny Depp has played every character under the sun -- a crazed hat-making ginger, dude with scissors for hands, serial-killer-barber, pirate, vampire, gonzo journalist, chocolate factory owner, undercover cop, cocaine dealer, cross-dressing director -- he figured he'd take a leap and play a Native American in the film version of 'The Lone Ranger.'
Which didn't go so well when it required h
Johnny Depp played cross-dressing director Edward D. Wood Jr. in the eponymous Tim Burton film 'Ed Wood,' about the man dubbed the world's worst director who also had a penchant for pink cashmere sweaters.
When life gives Johnny Depp lemons, he turns to cannibalism. Then he willingly sits in jail for the next 500 years because apparently he's immortal. But plenty of women would volunteer to be his meal regardless.
Seems that even though we all assumed Johnny Depp sexed the lesbian out of Amber Heard, he may not be the defier of all known laws of human attraction after all.
Sources say that even though he's crazy about her, she refuses to enter into a committed relationship with him. Because why buy the cow when the milk is free.
In this metaphor, Johnny is the cow. You can make your own filthy-minded assump
This holiday season truly brings joyous tidings: We've officially won Johnny Depp back from France, and now even ladies who don’t live on the West Coast can stalk him with ease.
That’s because the actor-turned-musician has put down roots in Music City USA -- otherwise known as Nashville, Tenn. -- dropping almost $13 million for a pad to allegedly share with his girl of the hour, reformed lesbian
Before his days as Capt. Jack Sparrow, Johnny Depp used to cold-call people and try to convince them to buy customized ballpoint pens, telling them that if they bought enough, they'd get a grandfather clock.