"Lucky Them" had its world premiere Friday night at the Toronto Film Festival, with a star-studded audience, including a surprise cameo by "Lone Ranger" star Johnny Depp.
Actress Amber Heard is usually tight-lipped about her personal life, but she opened up to Flare magazine, telling why she would rather be an artist than a celebrity.
The stunning starlet recently joined rumored beau Johnny Depp on a press tour for “The Lone Ranger” in Moscow, but makes it clear that while she may be considered a celebrity while dating an A-list star, she doesn’t agree with the label.
Depp admitted, “‘Here Comes Honey Boo Boo’… I could be called a fan.”
The actor laughingly added, “I'm a little frightened of the show. That’s the thing… they're probably great people, but there are bits that happen that just I am mesmerized by.”
“The Lone Ranger” rides into theaters on Wednesday.
Westerns are back and bigger than ever, thanks to “Django,” “Rango,” and now “The Lone Ranger.” Directors are putting their own spin on the age-old genre, adding animation, aliens and more.
"Extra's" Terri Seymour met up with "The Lone Ranger" star Armie Hammer to talk about working with Johnny Depp, his love of Big Macs, and rumors that he'll play Christian in "Fifty Shades of Grey."
“Extra’s” Terri Seymour caught up with Johnny Depp to talk about his new film, “The Lone Ranger,” how he's adjusting to single life, and where he sees himself in ten years.
Posing as Tonto in “The Lone Ranger,” Johnny Depp is Rolling Stone magazine’s cover boy, discussing aging, his vices, and breaking up with longtime girlfriend Vanessa Paradis.
Actor Johnny Depp narrowly avoided severe injury or even death during a close call on the set of “Lone Ranger.” The star, who plays Tonto in the film, recalled the harrowing tale on “Late Night with David Letterman,” describing a horse stunt gone wrong.
Apparently they were shooting a scene on bumpy terrain and his horse decided to “jump a couple of these little obstacles" and everything went "sideways."