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So this is why Johnny Depp has gone blond! We got our first good look at Johnny in his new film, Mortdecai, which is currently filming in London. The new photo shows Johnny walking with Paul Bettany, whom Johnny had previously starred alongside in The Tourist.
The film follows an art dealer, Charlie Mortdecai, as he hunts for a stolen painting that is said to hold a secret code that can lead to a Nazi gold stash. The film is based on the popular Mortdecai Trilogy, which was written by Kyril Bonfiglioli. Johnny's new project also stars Gwyneth Paltrow, Ewan McGregor, and Olivia Munn.
If you thought that celebrities would be too busy dressing up for Halloween to share photos of their daily grind on social media, you'd be wrong. Kim Kardashian checked out fiancé Kanye West's LA concert with Fergie, while their fellow new mom Jaime King cuddled her baby son, James. Eric Stonestreet and Bryan Cranston got a head start on the holidays by taking a seat on Santa's lap, and Community's Gillian Jacobs found out a disturbing fact about the human body. Stella McCartney cozied up to longtime pal Johnny Depp, Drew Barrymore indulged in Chinese food, and the girls of Glee channeled Katy Perry for an upcoming episode. Mariah Carey and her son, Moroccan Cannon, picked out a pumpkin — and you'll never guess which former reality TV star perfected her Dia de los Muertos makeup look!
Newly blond Johnny Depp grabbed dinner with his girlfriend, Amber Heard, at Scott's restaurant in London last night. Last week, Johnny Depp debuted his new 'do when he attended the BFI London Film Festival Awards to honor his costar Sir Christopher Lee. The actor may have gone for the flaxen-haired look for a role, though; he is currently in England filming Into the Woods, in which he'll play The Wolf.
If you are longing for the days of Johnny's natural hair color, then you're in luck, as his brown hair was on display when he made a cameo in Paul McCartney's new music video for "Queenie Eye," which was released this week. The video was also notable for reuniting Johnny with former girlfriend Kate Moss. Be sure to check out our exclusive details on how Paul secured Johnny, Kate, and a host of other famous faces for the fun clip.
Paul McCartney called upon a lot of big names for the music video he created for his single "Queenie Eye." Sean Penn, Meryl Streep, and Jude Law were just some of the stars involved. He even got Kate Moss to reunite with one of her former long-term boyfriends. We have exclusive details on how Paul pulled this all together.
We all know Paul McCartney has tons of famous friends, and coincidentally, many of them appear in the video for his latest single, "Queenie Eye." The clip debuted today and features Sir Paul playing the catchy song — which was inspired by a street game he played as a kid in Liverpool — at the historic Abbey Road Studios in London. While he performs, stars like Meryl Streep, Jeremy Irons, Jude Law, and Sean Penn pop up to watch the iconic rocker, but it's a supersexy Johnny Depp (sitting at the base of Paul's baby grand) and the equally hot Kate Moss (dancing on top of it) that really make the video worth watching for us. The former couple, who famously dated in the early '90s, likely haven't been in the same room since their breakup in 1998, so it's kind of amazing to see them together, even though they actually shot their scenes separately.
See our exclusive details about Paul McCartney's star-studded "Queenie Eye" video, as well as behind-the-scenes footage, when you keep reading.
Kate Moss and Johnny Depp, who famously dated from 1994 to 1998, reunited this year on the set of Paul McCartney's music video for the song "Queenie Eye." In fact, rumors of Moss and Depp reuniting spurred interest in the video earlier this month, but what we didn't know is how many other famous faces we'd see in it.
The video, which sees a constellation of stars putting on an impromptu (and imagined) dance party in McCartney's recording studio, features everyone from Tom Ford to Meryl Streep. Depp is one of the first people seen in the video, followed quickly by flame-haired model Lily Cole. After that, the space fills with loads of people, with Jude Law, Chris Pine, Sean Penn, and Poppy Delevingne among them.
Johnny Depp has taken a hair cue from Kim Kardashian and gone blond. The actor debuted his new look at the BFI London Film Festival Awards on Saturday, where his striking new hair almost overshadowed why he was at the event, which was to honor Sir Christopher Lee, with whom he costarred in Dark Shadows and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Johnny's dramatic new look is most likely for his new role in Into the Woods, which is currently filming in England. He will play the wolf in the highly anticipated film adaptation of the hit Broadway musical of the same name.
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Johnny Depp stopped by the iconic Abbey Road Studios in London on Tuesday. He covered up in warm layers and a newsboy cap and puffed on a cigarette as he shook hands with workers and made his way inside. This is the first time we've seen Johnny out and about since he and girlfriend Amber Heard had an LA date night over the Summer. He is likely in the UK to begin filming Into the Woods, the big-screen adaptation of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Tony-award-winning musical. Johnny plays a wolf in the Disney flick, and while we have yet to see him in costume, we've already gotten a glimpse of some of his costars channeling their storybook characters. Chris Pine, Anna Kendrick, and a pregnant Emily Blunt hit the set in Surrey to shoot some scenes last week, and Meryl Streep was barely recognizable as one of the movie's main characters, the evil witch.
In addition to his current film pursuits, Johnny is conquering things on the small screen as well. The actor has teamed up with writers Chris Miller and Phil Lord to produce a family comedy show for the Fox network that will focus on a fun-loving father and son. Johnny previously worked with the duo on the 21 Jump Street movie, which was based on the series that Johnny starred in back in the '80s.
We love to follow updates, photos, and looks of our favorite celebrities, on and off the red carpet. But how well could we actually recognize them versus . . . their wax doppelgängers? So we decided to play a game — Are You For Real?! — to see how well we can tell apart the human from the wax, the real from the fake, the celebrity from the art! Watch and play along at home!