Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis took a walk in LA yesterday with their son Jack. The family of four, including Jack's sister Lily-Rose, are apparently based on the West Coast this year during the kids' time at school. The daily routine hasn't stopped Johnny and Vanessa from their work. They've even collaborated — Johnny and Vanessa did a duet for a Serge Gainsbourg tribute album that just came out! Their song is an old Serge tune called "From Gainsbourg to Lulu."
Johnny, meanwhile, just wrapped up a global press tour for The Rum Diary. He's gearing up for a variety of projects in 2012, like a film about Dr. Seuss and his Lone Ranger reboots. Johnny covers Aspen Peak's new issue and spoke about tackling Tonto inside the magazine. He said, "I’m part Cherokee. And an old-time Lone Ranger fan. To me, Tonto was the stoic fox of the operation. He was the insider in America, and the Lone Ranger was the newcomer to the land. I’ve got a great feel to how Tonto should be played."