Just days since it was reported that Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis' 14-year relationship was all but finished, the actress responded to a French reporter on the matter. Read more at People.com.
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Longtime couple Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis no longer live together, and their relationship is just about over, according to a new report from People. Although it's not official, sources close to the pair claim "The Rum Diary" actor and Vanessa -- a singer, model and actress -- have called it quits after 14 years.
Depp and Paradis, who used to live in the picturesque French countryside, now reside mostly in Los Angeles, but are hardly ever in the same city. The good-looking duo has not been seen on the red carpet together in over a year.
The Big Apple premiere of "The Rum Diary," based on Hunter S. Thompson's novel, was hosted by Playboy on Tuesday night. Wearing his signature shades and hat, Johnny Depp and sexy co-star Amber Heard walked the red carpet at New York City's Museum of Modern Art.
The East Coast event marked the film's second premiere this month -- just a few weeks ago, Johnny and the cast attended the Los Angeles debut.
Johnny Depp's rise to fame spans over 25 years in Hollywood, with over 40 films under his name.
From his role in "Edward Scissorhands" to five "Pirates of the Caribbean" movies as Captain Jack Sparrow, "Extra" remembers some of the best quotes from Mr. Depp.
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Caught between a frenzy of flashbulbs and screaming fans, "The Rum Diary" star Johnny Depp said he was thrilled about the project. "You know, for me, this has been a very long, long road that I started with my friend, Hunter."
The actor spoke about fulfilling Thompson's desire for the film to be completed, and said, "Unfortunately, Hunter's not here tonight... well, he is here, but he's not physically here... and yeah, for me, it's closure."
Busy actor Johnny Depp opened up to "Extra's" Mario Lopez about his new film, "Rum Diary," the making of another "Pirates of the Caribbean," and his role in "The Lone Ranger."
Johnny, who has starred in four "Pirates" movies as Jack Sparrow, said, "I love playing the character. I would keep making them as long as the screenplays are good, and as long as people want to see them."
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Actor Johnny Depp is on the cover of November's Vanity Fair -- and he's discussing being one of Hollywood's highest-paid actors.
"Basically, if they're going to pay me the stupid money right now, I'm going to take it," he told Vanity Fair. "I have to. I mean, it's not for me. Do you know what I mean? At this point, it's for my kids. It's ridiculous, yeah, yeah. But ultimately is it for me? No. No. It's for the kids."