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Updates for Johnny
>Q Will be playing Potsie Weber in the movie Happy Days
(based on the book not the show) Read about it below
>Q Will be playing Willy Wonka in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
. Playing a split personality in Secret Window
. Playing Jack Sparrow a second time in Pirates of the Caribbean 2
>Q Vector Johnny
It's summer time and everything is so hot and so is Johnny!
Find a picture of Johnny doing something or wearing something summer timeish and vector it! (If you don't know what vectoring is look at revision.deviantart.com my journal)
The images will be judged by myself and ~Souls-poisonThe Rules
1. Must be wearing or doing something summer timish
2. Must be submited in your own gallery stating that it's for the Vector Johnny Contest with the club icon
3. Leave a comment on -this- journal to let me know about your submittion or your vector might be over lookedPrizes
2nd place - A 24 x 34 inch non-movie poster of Johnny & your choice of soundtrack from one of his movies
1st place & Grand Prize - A 20' - 40 inch movie or non-movie poster of Johnny Depp and two Johnny movies of your choiceDeadline
>Q The deadline is being pushed back to lack of entries...
September 30thContest Entries
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Affiliates Johnny Depp Interview about Happy Days
Depp Follows DiCaprio to IEG
Graham King, the man celebrated for his risky financing of Scorsese's Gangs of New York and The Aviator, strikes a three-year-deal with Johnny Depp.
By Larry Carroll
In some ways, film financier Graham King is a more successful version of Elie Samaha, the contro-versial Hollywood figure known for bankrolling star pet projects such as John Travolta's Battleship Earth and Sylvester Stallone's Get Carter. In just a few short years, the 42-year-old British native has made films such as Traffic, Ali and Gangs of New York, working out of the modest Santa Monica offices of his Initial Entertainment Group (IEG).
King has also managed to strike first-look deals with Leonardo DiCaprio's Appian Way Productions and Catherine Zeta-Jones Milkwood Productions, adding up to a solid reputation as a no nonsense and passionate dealmaker with an eye for a good script. As a result, the red-hot Johnny Depp, who surely had his pick of the lots in deciding where to park himself over the next few years, has chosen to go with King in a three-year first look deal.
Depp, most recently seen in the critically-panned but financially successful thriller Secret Window, hopes to use the partnership to continue to tap into the newfound level of A-List fame that had eluded him for much of his twenty years in Hollywood. His new production company, called somewhat cheekily Infinitum Nihil, intends to co-produce films with King's Initial Entertainment Group.
The first project for the partnership, according to a report in Daily Variety, will be an adaptation of a Laurent Graff novel called Happy Days. Those already dream-casting Depp for the role of Potsie Weber will be saddened to know, however, that the book is not based on the popular TV program but instead tells the decidedly more somber story of a young man who buys his own grave at 35 and decides to spend the rest of his natural life in a rest home. The project does not yet have a screenwriter attached.
Said Depp: "I have great admiration for Graham King and his work. I feel privileged to be given this opportunity, and think Infinitum Nihil has found a great partner in Graham. I am very eager to find, develop and bring to life intriguing material."
"Johnny is one of the most talented and knowledgeable actors in the industry," King returned. "I look forward to creating a very successful company with him." Let's hope we love their films half as much as the two seem to love each other."