Johnny Depp is no stranger to injuring himself on set—while filming The Lone Ranger, he nearly got trampled by a horse—but the actor’s latest incident happened off set.
It’s a pity that Stephen Sondheim’s lyrics, as always prodigiously clever, don’t manage to affect or amuse us even as they showcase his genius.
For those who feel like Hollywood’s awards season can’t start soon enough, you’re in luck.
The “Hollywood Film Awards” announce the first nine award winners this year, along with more celebrities scheduled to appear.
A tentative release date has reportedly been announced for the Johnny Depp-as-Whitey Bulger film that has been shooting in and around Boston.
It’s another science fiction thriller that’s awkwardly big and clunky instead of attractively modest and spunky.
It was a case of “me too,” as the sequel “Despicable Me 2” made a splash at the box office, finishing first, just as the original did three years ago.
Armie Hammer and Johnny Depp get to exhibit so little playful chemistry, it’s as if they’re in different movies: Depp in a comedy, Hammer in a western adventure.
What do moviegoers have to look forward to (or, perhaps, in some cases, dread) through the rest of May and into June, July, and August?
Martin Scorsese is probably responsible for more movie classics than any other American filmmaker, and to witness his early days just return to “Mean Streets,” his 1973 gem.
With all due respect to director Tim Burton as a unique visual stylist, it’s Johnny Depp who makes this movie work.
No one’s been clamoring for a movie version of this property. But now that we’ve got one, we’re better for it.
Adam Sandler, who also produced (which should tip you off immediately to the probable level of quality) stars as twins in this PG-rated gimmick comedy.
“Puss in Boots” took in an estimated $34 million, good enough for first place.
“Vividly average” is the phrase used to describe the readership of the newspaper featured in “The Rum Diary.” It also describes the movie itself.