Johnny's movies

What happened Johnny?

Posted in Books, Johnny Depp, movies by Anna Maria Polidori on October 18, 2014

Johnny Depp didn’t film this past monday, some scenes of Mortdecai, the new coming soon movie involving the art dealer Charlie Mortdecai, because sick


Apparently it was a bad migraine.

For sure a very unusual fact in the history of Johnny Depp depp-johnny-photo-xxl-johnny-depp-6220040 NassauJune2005039, johnny-depp an actor who loves to acting and respect very much the schedule of every work day.


He had to be seriously very sick for not being at the Pinewood Studios wearing his Charlie Mortdecai gwyneth-paltrow-jonny-depp-wear-the-exact-same-mustache-mortdecai   10698572_333070923533224_1641023717765166856_n moustache.


That day as reported firstly by the Mirror the production has lived with great agitation and tension all this story.


Never happened to the Pinewood a story like this one with Johnny Depp absent and never happened to Johnny Depp something like that either.

This past monday Johnny’s absence meant a lot.

There were involved in fact 100 extras, Paul Bettany, and it was a nightclub scene.

A big budget loss. Extras waited per hours the arrival of the protagonist, and at the end of the day although they didn’t film they have been paid. Paul Bettany needs to be paid as all the rest of people involved. Paul Bettany plays the role of Jock, Charlie Mortdecai’s butler. In the cast: Gwyneth Paltrow, Ewan McGregor, Jeff Goldblum.


A movie source confessed to the Mirror: “The re-shoot is only meant to last seven days, so missing a whole day is a big deal. Johnny must’ve been really under the weather not to arrive at all. Everyone will have to work extra hard now to get it done.”

It’s the first time that Johnny Depp can’t film because sick.

Johnny loves  Mortdecai and I am more than sure that he wants to introduce Charlie Mortdecai to all of us at the best.

The Mirror tried to reach some Johnny’s spokesmen but they replied to them: “We will come back to you if we have a comment.”

Lionsgate spokesman unreachable.

Paul Westwood, an actor on Mortdecai playing the role of a footman remembers his days of shootings Mortdecai with Johnny: “Johnny was very good to be on set with. It was like an acting masterclass.”

Charlie Mortdecai, what a character! The movie is based on the final, last book written by Bonfiglioli and completed by Craig Brown: The great Mortdecai Moustache Mystery.  The book was published in 1999.


Johnny, stay well. We can’t wait to see you in Mortdecai.



Anna Maria Polidori




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