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Everyone enthusiastic of Johnny Depp and Mortdecai at the Los Angeles Premiere

Posted in Uncategorized by Anna Maria Polidori on January 22, 2015

Great event the one of jan 21st

The Los Angeles premiere of Mortdecai 11417_349219588585024_1244672156151677492_n has been celebrated yesterday in Los Angeles at the The TCL Chinese Theater . There was all the cast 9808_381305792043070_8641383988354085734_n 10933885_381296902043959_8099588088078185115_n  , reunited all together close to Johnny 10933755_381294995377483_3593696070185938122_n, from Gwyneth Paltrow, absent in Berlin and London, Paul Bettany, Olivia Munn, David Koepp, the director and Eric Aronson the screenwriter.

Some of them reported various anecdotes regarding their working with Johnny. David Koepp remembered when he filmed with Johnny Depp Secret Window in 2004 (a movie based on the book by Stephen King) and they needed to driving a Ferrari. “Try: not crash into the ditch” the director told he said to Johnny.

Jonny Pavolsky australian actor said working with Johnny was his biggest dream. “Everything he offers lets you fly” confirmed the actor enthusiastically.

The story of Mortdecai was long. More than 12 years ago Eric Aronson the screenwriter started the adaptation of the Mortdecai Trilogy. Aronson thought at some poit Johnny maybe could be interested in joining this project.

And he contacted him. Johnny at that time hadn’t yet read the books, but he read the script and said to Aronson he wanted to do this movie. The script was finished six years ago.
Aronson is another enthusiastic of Johnny because he loves to work for him and writing for him. He feels a great connection with Depp.

There will be the other two sequels? Aronson confirms he can write all these scripts quickly because it’s all in his mind but they still don’t know yet what will happen.

At the same time Gwyneth Paltrow Johanna in the movie tells that she is not so “severe” with a man and a….moustache and would kiss a “man with a moustache” without problems. She wouldn’t prefer at Mortdecai (with the moustache) bridge and shopping.

Another actor told Johnny is incredibly humble and human and it’s a great joy to work for him because Johnny’s a geniality is constantly able to make the difference.



Anna Maria Polidori




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