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    yap, me acuerdo q te enteraste en otro topic jajajajaj yo tngo el libro xq mi hermano le entró la perra de kerer leerselo, aún me acuerdo de cuando fuimos a comprarlo xDD
    yap, el tío a mí tb me suena muxo, he estao buskando su filmografía xo como viene en inglés pos habrá títulos q no me suenen ://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000698/

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    wow, he aquí a una impacteishon woman xD
    Pues nada, os cuento, la Imagen más Reciente que yo Había Visto de éste SexyMan xD era como imagino que la mayoría de nosotras, las de los Oscars.... pues bien, hay un Vídeo en Internet de una Entrevista sobre Secret Window, y yo Deduzco que es después de los Oscars, porque luce Una Gorra y sus ya Míticas Gafas jeje, pues bien, no se le ve la Melena Rubia por Fuera de la Gorra así que.... y la verdad es que está un poco extraño... nosé , no muy favorecido la verdad, pero una imagen tan linda...
    Bueno, a nosotras nos Gustas de Todas Formas no? pues eso es lo que Cuenta!

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    creo que Johnny dobla a un Personaje en la Serie de la Fox "El Rey De La Colina", algo he leido, aunque no viene más.... sabeis algo?

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    ENTREVISTA CON LA REVISTA PLAY BOY
    INTRODUCCIÓN:
    Playboy, Mayo De 2004

    Entrevista De Playboy: Johnny Depp

    Por Bernard Weinraub
    Mayo de 2004

    Una conversación sincera con el agente de empollamiento sobre el crecimiento para arriba, conseguir sobrio, ser un símbolo de mediana edad del sexo y smacking el infierno fuera del paparazzi

    Johnny Depp tiene uno de los curriculums vitae ma's quirkiest en Hollywood. Después de comenzar su carrera como heartthrob de la TV, él se reinventó en como agente serio offbeat y las películas generalmente brutal uncommerical: Él era veneno críticamente aclamado de la taquilla. ¿Pero ahora, gracias a su papel en los year?s pasados $300 millo'n-que ganan en total con fuerza a piratas del Caribe? una familia grande, goofy de Disney que la película que es la antítesis del trabajo del indie de Depp?s - él tiene en el último emergió como estrella de corriente. Él muesca su primer nombramiento de Oscar. El compartimiento de la gente lo dobló el hombre más atractivo vivo para 2003, incluso mientras que él dio vuelta a 40. ¿Y el agente con un penchant para conseguir en apuro? ¿y aterrizaje en cárcel? ha sido substituido por un Depp más bueno, más suave, hombre de la familia que ha dado encima de beber y de narcotizar en el favor de días en el parque con sus cabritos. ¿Quién el infierno es este individuo de todos modos?

    Los días tempranos de Depp?s se documentan bien. Como poli de la cubierta interior en la calle de 21 saltos, él emergió como idol adolescente inmediato en 1987. Pero un futuro como un icono de la caja del almuerzo lo asustó, y él huyeron rápidamente a las películas. Él dio vuelta abajo a estrella-hacer las piezas que fueron más adelante a la travesía de Tom, Keanu laborea y alfilerillo Pitt, pero él encontró un lugar el jugar de cosas mal encajadas idiosincrásicas. Él hizo un MUSE para director Tim Burton, que primero él echó en en el papel del título de Edward Scissorhands y más adelante madera el Ed y hueco soñoliento. Él jugó a tormented introvertido en What?s que comía la uva de Gilbert un cazador droga-drug-addled S. Thompson en miedo y que detestaba en Las Vegas y un agente estado en conflicto de la cubierta interior FBI en Donnie Brasco. There?s apenas un individuo normal en su repertorio.

    Llevado en Owensboro, Kentucky, Depp era un estudiante indiferente. En la edad de 16 él cayó de High School secundaria, comenzó a bombear el gas y ensambló una venda para la cual se abrió el estallido de Iggy y el Ramones. En 1983 la venda movida a Los Ángeles pero luchada a los gigs del hallazgo. Por un rato Depp vendió bolígrafos por el teléfono. Su entonces esposa, Lori Allison, Depp introducido a la jaula de Nicolas, que arregló una reunión con un agente. El resto es historia.

    Flash-delantero un par de décadas, y Depp es el agente más caliente de la ciudad. La suya la película más última es ventana secreta, y los proyectos futuros incluyen a J.M. Barrie?s Neverland, en quien él juega a autor de la cacerola de Peter; El diario del ron, basado en una novela de S. Thompson del cazador; y el Libertine, en el cual él jugará a debauched a 17mo poeta del siglo. Más está en el horizonte, incluyendo una versión de Burton-helmed de Charlie y de la fábrica del chocolate y de la consecuencia inevitable del gazillion-do'lar a los piratas.

    El funcionar-run-ins de Depp?s con paparazzi es forraje del tabloid, al igual que sus hazañas del malo-muchacho que implican la bebida, drogas y una lista larga de mujeres hermosas, incluyendo Sherilyn Fenn, el gris de Jennifer y Winona Ryder. Él y Ryder eran bastante serios que él se blasonó con un Winona tatúa por siempre. (cuando se rompieron para arriba él lo hizo laser-alterar a Wino por siempre.) Él fechaba el musgo modelo de Kate cuando él famously trashed un cuarto del hotel de York nueva y fue arrestado. Depp co-poseyo' a club popular de Hollywood llamado el cuarto de la víbora. Estaba allí el la noche 1993 de Halloween que el río de levantamiento Phoenix de la estrella murió de una sobredosis de la droga. La tragedia contribuyó a la imagen de Depp?s como agente que vacilaba en el borde.

    Depp tiene desde colocado abajo con su novia de seis años, de Vanessa Paradis, de la actriz francesa y del cantante del estallido. Tienen dos niños, Lirio-Lily-Rose, cuatro, y Gato, dos. Los pares dividen su tiempo entre Los Ángeles y St. Tropez, Francia.

    Playboy envió a periodista Bernard Weinraub a la reunión con Depp en una habitación en el hotel de Chateau Marmont en Los Ángeles. Depp llegó decked hacia fuera en un sombrero del vaquero, con un encanto de Che Guevara, un amulet y un diente de los tiger?s alrededor de su cuello. Él abrió puntualmente una botella de agua y rodó un cigarrillo.

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    PRIMERA PARTE:
    Playboy: You?ve estado con el bastantes cambia últimamente, no el lo menos de el cual es que los piratas del Caribe le han hecho uno de las estrellas más calientes de la ciudad. Incluso le nominaron para el mejor agente.

    Depp: It?s realmente extraño [ risas ]

    Playboy: ¿Qué impacto los piratas tienen en su carrera y su vida?

    Depp: I?m la persona incorrecta para contestar a eso. ¿Para una cosa, cuatro y cinco-año-viejos cabritos y gente en su 50s, 60s y 70s? ¿un amplio espectro? amó esa película. Ese hasn?t me sucedió antes. Eso era grande. Apenas deseo continuar consiguiendo buenos trabajos.

    Playboy: ¿La opinión de Hollywood?s usted ha cambiado?

    Depp: El don?t I sabe si la opinión de Hollywood?s mí ha cambiado. I?m que consigue ciertamente de llama la gente y los filmmakers que quizá el didn?t sabe mi nombre antes. That?s todo a la derecha. Mi película siguiente se ha planeado por un rato. La historia ocurre en la restauración Inglaterra. Juego a Juan Wilmot, el segundo Earl de Rochester, a debauched a poeta. Él se mató con la bebida y sífilis en la edad de 33. Un pedazo verdadero de trabajo.

    Playboy: You?re ahora consideraba a estrella de cine bankable.

    Depp: I?ve siempre sido una cierta distancia de ese juego. Conjeturo que ha habido las épocas en que estaba en el brink de ser bankable. Pero that?s todos tan extraños. ¿Todas estas listas extrañas? ¿remate cinco la estrella, tapa 10?Let?s consiguen a este individuo porque los he?s bankable.? El don?t I piensa de ése. ¿You?re en la lista dos semanas y entonces? poof - you?re ido. Nunca me sacudió que wasn?t de I en la lista. Si I?m consideraba bankable esta semana, los that?s grandes. La semana próxima I?ll esté apagada totalmente. I?m usado a ése. I?ve nunca tenía una alergia a la idea del éxito comercial. Cuando usted puso una película hacia fuera y los it?s acertados, los that?s grandes. Acabo de desear conseguir allí de la manera derecha, en los that?s de una manera que se comprometían no también o degradantes o feos. Si I?m allí como estrella de cine bankable o no, don?t de I sabe. ¿Si permanezco allí, que sabe?

    Playboy: ¿Usted se considera una estrella?

    Depp: Bien, las estrellas de cine verdaderas eran Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Spencer Tracy, Montgomery Clift. ¿Cómo podría ponerme en la misma categoría que el aguilón de Clark? La travesía de Tom es una gran estrella de cine. ¿Me considero una estrella de cine? Me considero un individuo con un buen trabajo, un trabajo interesante.

    Playboy: Mejore quizá que un buen trabajo. You?ve se convierte en taquilla grande. You?re que pasa menos tiempo en Francia y más en L.A. para estar más cercano a la acción.

    Depp: Bien, todavía vivo en Francia por horas.

    Playboy: ¿Está usted tan en el país en Francia como usted está aquí?

    Depp: Ahora estoy. Era asombroso al principio, porque el didn?t de I habla la lengua. Amé eso, porque el didn?t de I tiene que hablar. Acaba de ser grande estar hacia fuera entre la gente y no tener la responsabilidad de decir cualquier cosa. Wasn?t I lanzado en el proyector para ser la novedad o para entretener.

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    SEGUNDA PARTE:
    Playboy: ¿Está usted a menudo en esa posición?

    Depp: Sí, y éste era agradable. Podría sentarme allí y beber el vino. En última instancia, aunque, qué amo sobre estar allá es la cultura, que es muy vieja.

    Playboy: ¿What?s que su vida en Francia tiene gusto?

    Depp: Simplicidad, realmente. Tenemos una pequeña casa en el país. Despertamos por la mañana, los sun?s que salen, hacemos el café, y entonces hacemos el desayuno para los cabritos.

    Playboy: ¿Ahora que lo hace la parte posteriora del you?re en el ojo público de una manera grande, usted se sentían expuesto?

    Depp: We?ve tenía siempre nuestro funcionar-run-ins con el paparazzi. Ese hasn?t cambiante. Son muy ambiciosos. They?re que busca a dios sabe lo que. ¿Usted piensa, por qué esa clase de invasión intensa?

    Playboy: ¿Le hizo preguntar la fabricación de los piratas del Caribe en el primer lugar?

    Depp: No, I?m que no va a quejarse. Cuando we?re en un lugar público, como en una cierta abertura o una premier, mente del don?t de I la prensa. It?s la naturaleza de la bestia. Pero cuando las compras del you?re para Navidad presentan para sus cabritos, el don?t justo de I entiende la fascinación. El otro día tenía una reunión del almuerzo en el valle del San Fernando. Había un convoy literal, con siete u ocho vehículos, detrás de nosotros. Mi muchacha llevó a mis cabritos el parque el otro día, y el paparazzi rodeó el perímetro apenas a la fotografía ella que jugaba con nuestros niños. It?s feo. Mente del don?t I tanto cuando la hacen a mí, pero cuando los it?s mis cabritos, that?s otra historia. Mal de It?s.

    Playboy: ¿Hay menos hostigamiento en Francia?

    Depp: No no necesariamente. Vuelan los helicópteros sobre nuestra característica, delante de la ventana de la cocina. Tienen estas lentes largas.

    Playboy: Here?s otro cambio grande: Usted dio vuelta recientemente a 40. ¿Usted está sorprendido que usted lo hizo?

    Depp: Era cuestionable por un rato.

    Playboy: ¿Usted genuino fue preocupado que usted wouldn?t?

    Depp: En su adolescencias y su 20s, you?re inmortal, you?re untouchable. It?s solamente que usted comienza a realizar usted es más adelante mortal.

    Playboy: Usted una vez que sea dicho a que cada uno piensa en usted como droga-adicto, caso mental de empollamiento, enojado y rebellious. ¿Cómo conveniente era esa descripción?

    Depp: Bien, porque muchos años dijeron que era un hombre salvaje. Ahora dicen I?m un hombre salvaje anterior, mal muchacho anterior, rebelde anterior. ¿Conjeturo el?former? porque ahora I?m un papá. Los medios intentan rellenarle en un molde. Sucede todos. He?s el nuevo mal muchacho, el nuevo decano de James, el nuevo lo que. It?s ambos que se divierten y que molestan. Mi mama lee esa materia. Haga tan a mis sobrinas y a los sobrinos y a toda mi familia. Era ocasionalmente ficción del flatout.

    Playboy: En un punto su vida se parecía fuera de control. ¿Era drogas?

    Depp: Sobre todo alcohol. ¿Había drogas, también? píldoras - y había un peligro que pasaría el borde. Podría tener. Agradezco el didn?t del dios I. Era el más oscuro durante la película de la uva de Gilbert.

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    TERCERA PARTE:
    Playboy: ¿Cuáles eran sus drogas de la opción?

    Depp: Nunca era un cokehead o algo similar. Desdeñé siempre esa droga. Pensé que era una pérdida de tiempo, insustancial. Pero era envenenamiento mismo con alcohol y medicating. Intentaba cosas entumecidas.

    Playboy: ¿Qué cosas?

    Depp: Intentaba no sentir cosas, y los that?s ridículos. It?s uno de las cosas más mudas que usted puede hacer, porque todo el hacer del you?re está posponiendo el inevitable. El you?ll tiene que mirar algún día todas esas cosas en el ojo más bien que intenta entumecido el dolor.

    Playboy: ¿Fue cómo lejos? ¿Era usted siempre un adicto?

    Depp: No, agradece a dios que nunca enganché en cualquier cosa. Nunca tenía un mono en mi parte posteriora. Acabo de desear al uno mismo-medicate, entumecido mismo a través del licor. It?s cómo me ocupé de la vida, realidad, tensión, cambio, tristeza, memorias. La lista se enciende. Realmente intentaba no sentir nada.

    Playboy: ¿Qué le condujo a la parada?

    Depp: La familia y los amigos me sentaron abajo y dicho?Listen, nosotros le aman. You?re importante para nosotros, y you?re cogiendo para arriba. Matanza usted mismo de You?re. ¿Matanza de You?re nosotros en el proceso?

    Playboy: ¿Usted escuchó ellos?

    Depp: Not right away. You don?t listen right away because you?re dumb. You?re ignorant. You?re human. Finally it seeps in. Finally the body and mind and heart and psyche just go, ?Yeah, you?re doing the wrong thing.?

    Playboy: Did your family and friends actually do an intervention?

    Depp: At a certain point they intervened. At the time I said I appreciated it. I went through the motions. I said I was okay, and I went for a couple of months being a dumb ass. But I could see things turning into a nasty tailspin. And then I thought, Maybe I?m slow, but this is ridiculous. Fuck it, just stop! So I stopped everything for the better part of a year. I guess I just reached a point where I said, ?Jesus Christ, what am I doing? Life is fucking good. What am I doing to myself?? Now I drink a glass or two of red wine and that?s it.

    Playboy: River Phoenix died of a drug overdose outside your club. What impact did that have on you?

    Depp: It was devastating. I can?t imagine the depth of pain that his family and close friends felt. It was rough for me, but for them it must have been unbearable.

    Playboy: How well did you know him?

    Depp: We knew and were certainly respectful of each other. There was always the sort of promise, ?Hey, we?ll get together and do something sometime.? I liked him. I liked his work ethic, and I liked his choices. He was a sharp guy. He had so many amazing possibilities before him. Fuck, what a waste. For what?

    Playboy: Did it affect your drinking and drug use?

    Depp: That was 1993, when I was doing Ed Wood. I was completely sober ? no hard liquor, no wine, no nothing. Even so, all the tabloids started saying we were having drug parties. The whole thing was weird, awful, ugly and sad. The incident is seared onto my brain, onto my heart. Playboy: Are that and the other darker times in you life reflected in your work? Tim Burton once said you had an affinity for damaged people. Do you?

    Depp: I do have an affinity for damaged people, in life, in roles. I don?t know why. We?re all damaged in our own way. Nobody?s perfect. I think we are all somewhat screwy, every single one of us.

    Playboy: Did you feel damaged as a child, or was yours a relatively normal childhood?

    Depp: Normal? I wouldn?t go that far.

    Playboy: Then how was it abnormal?

    Depp: It was strange, though then again, it was normal to us. It wasn?t until I started going to other kids? houses and hanging out, having dinner, seeing what a family is supposed to do that I saw that we weren?t normal.

    Playboy: How was it different?

    Depp: Even down to sitting around a dinner table together - it wasn?t an everyday occurrence in my house. At my house dinner easily could have consisted of a bologna sandwich, and then you?d split. You might come back later and grab a few peanuts, and then you?d split again. That was it. I would go to my buddy Sal?s house for dinner. I couldn?t understand what was going on with everyone sitting down together. I?ll never forget seeing romaine lettuce for the first time. I thought it was weird - I was afraid of it. There was salad and appetizers and soup. I had no idea about that. I grew up on hillbilly food.

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    CUARTA PARTE:
    Playboy: Apparently you were no more at ease in school. Were you a problem student?

    Depp: Yeah, in high school.

    Playboy: In what way?

    Depp: There was this vicious woman, a teacher. If you weren?t in her little handpicked clique, you were ridiculed and picked on. She was brutal and unjust. One day she told me to do something, I can?t remember what. Her tone was nasty. She got very loud in my face in front of the rest of the class and tried to embarrass me. I saw what she was doing, that she was trying to ridicule me. I turned around and walked away. As I did, I dropped my drawers and mooned her.

    Playboy: How did she react?

    Depp: She went out of her mind. Then of course I was brought before the dean and suspended for a couple of weeks. At that time it was coming anyway. I knew my days were numbered. Playboy: What in school interested you?

    Depp: I was more interested in music than anything else. Music was like life. I had found a reason to live. I was 12 when my mom bought me a $25 electric guitar. I had an uncle who was a preacher, and his family had a gospel singing group. He played guitar in church, and I used to watch him. I became obsessed with the guitar. I locked myself in my bedroom for the better part of a year and taught myself chords. I?d try to learn things off records.

    Playboy: Which records?

    Depp: I was very lucky to have my brother, who is 10 years older than me and a real smart guy. He turned me on to Van Morrison and Bob Dylan. I remember listening to the soundtracks to A Clockwork Orange and Last Tango in Paris. I loved Aerosmith, Kiss and Alice Cooper, and when I was older the Clash, the Sex Pistols and the Ramones.

    Playboy: Why didn?t your music career pan out?

    Depp: At a certain point I realized that, in terms of a job, maybe I didn?t have the passion for it.

    Playboy: What effect did your parents? divorce have on you?

    Depp: I was 15, I think. It had been coming for quite a long time. I?m surprised they lasted that long, bless their hearts. I think they tried to keep it together for the kids, and then they couldn?t anymore.

    Playboy: How were they as parents?

    Depp: They were good parents. They raised four kids. I was the youngest. They stuck it out for us all those years. But we lived in a small house, and nobody argued in a whisper. We were exposed to their violent outbursts against each other. That stuff sticks.

    Playboy: What led you to acting?

    Depp: Opportunity. I never really had an interest in it in the beginning. Nicolas Cage -we had some mutual friends - introduced me to his agent. She sent me to a casting director, and I auditioned for the first Nightmare on Elm Street. I got the job. I was stupefied. They paid me all that money for a week. It was luck, and accident. I did it purely to pay the rent. I was literally filling out job applications at the time, any kind of job. Nic Cage said, ? You should try being an actor. Maybe you are one and don?t know it.? I began acting, and I thought, Well, this is an interesting road; maybe I should keep traveling on it. I didn?t know what the hell I was doing, so I started to read everything about acting-Stanislavsky, Uta Hagen, Michael Chekhov. I started soaking it up.

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    Playboy: Then you landed a starring role on 21 Jump Street. How do you look back on that experience?

    Depp: It did great things for me, and I?m thankful for the experience. It was a great education, but it was very frustrating. I felt like I was filling up space between commercials.

    Playboy: Yet it was very successful and launched your career.

    Depp: Yeah. I?d been evicted from an apartment and had moved into a friend?s place. I was scrambling to pay the rent, waiting for residual checks from other things that I?d done to pay the bills. I went from that to making a bunch of money. I went from anonymity to going to a restaurant and having people point to me. It was a shock. But what really bothered me was that I could see the machine. I could see the wheels turning. I could see where it was all going, and it scared the shit out of me.

    Playboy: Where was it going?

    Depp: Fox was creating the Fox network, using 21 Jump Street to build it. They were shoving my face out there, selling me as this product. It made me crazy. I thought, After this you?ll be in a sitcom. You?ll be on a lunch box and then a thermos and a notebook. And in two years you?ll be ridiculous. It paid good money and was a good gig, but I wanted something else.

    Playboy: What did you do to change your career?

    Depp: I waited and waited to do a movie, because I wanted to do the right one. I wanted to go as far away from the series as I could. The first film I did after Jump Street was Cry-Baby with John Waters. That was a great experience. After that I did another season of the series, and then I did Edward Scissorhands. During that movie I got the phone call saying I was out of the show. I felt like, Ah, possibilities. I was freed up. I swore to myself that I would never again compromise to the degree that I had. I swore that I wouldn?t just follow the commercial road. I wouldn?t do what was expected of me or what was necessary to maintain whatever it is ?a popular or financially rewarding career. I promised myself that I would do that.

    Playboy: Has the success of Pirates changed that attitude?

    Depp: Years ago I said to myself, Ill never do television again. No way. Nothing in the world could get me to do it. And then somewhere in the back of my mind Im thinking that it might be cool someday to do a television series, just to be in one spot for a while. You never know whats going to happen. One minute youre doing one thing and people are interested, and the next minute theyre not interested. Its just an odd game. I mean, I may want to do dinner theater. Maybe its not so bad. Ive always said I might end up being forced to do McDonalds openings dressed as Edward Scissorhands. You never know.

    Playboy: Youve turned down roles later played by people such as Brad Pitt, including a part in Thelma & Louise. Was that a mistake?

    Depp: I dont regret any of the things I didnt do, and I certainly dont regret any of the thing I did do, down to the dumbest. Everything happened the way it should happen, even ridiculous things that I did in the beginning. I dont regret any of it.

    Playboy: Youve starred with some impressive actors, including Al Pacino and Marlon Brando. What did you learn from them?

    Depp: I watched them like a hawk. I sponged as much of an education as I could. Ultimately it solidified what I already knew from being a musician: Do whats right for you. Whether youre a musician, an actor, a painter or a writer, theres some degree of compromise in what you do, but dont compromise unless you think its right. Stick to your guns, no matter what. Dont let them step on your toes, man.

    Playboy: And then there was Traci Lords in Cry-baby. Is the former porn star a method actor.

    Depp: I remember meeting her. I could sense she was a little bit protective of herself, wary of people. She was a little closed off in the beginning, but soon she was incredibly sweet and really professional. Kind of adorable. I loved her, man. I love her to this day.

    Playboy: These days how do you choose which movies to do?

    Depp: I can tell in the first 10, 15 or 20 pages of a script, sometimes in the first three pages. I can tell if its something thats going to be right. I start getting images in my head, then I start writing things down.

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    SEXTA PARTE:
    Playboy: What are you looking for?

    Depp: I just want something different. I want to be surprised. I want something that doesnt feel formulaic or beaten to death. For Secret Window, I read the script, and I loved it. The ending is great. I didnt see it coming. Its based on a Stephen King novella. Its extremely well written. Even the screen direction is entertaining: Looks left, looks right, walks to the fridge, grabs a Cheeto and splits. The story has a great twist.

    Playboy: Is it true that you based your Pirates of the Caribbean character, Captain Jack, on Keith Richards?

    Depp: And Pepe Le Pew.

    Playboy: The cartoon?

    Depp: Yeah. When I was a kid Pepe was one of those great Saturday morning cartoons. Pepe is a French skunk who hops along, the most happy-go-lucky guy in the world. As hes hopping along, people are falling over from the stink, but he never notices. I always thought, What an amazing way to go through life.

    Playboy: And why Keith Richards?

    Depp: When I decided to do the movie I started thinking about pirates of the 17th and 18th centuries. It came to me that the modern-day equivalent is a rock-and-roll star.

    Playboy: How are they like pirates?

    Depp: They live dangerously. Theyre wild and capable of anything, just like pirates. And once I made that connection, I thought, Who is the ultimate rock-and-roll star? Keith Richards.

    Playboy: Do you know Richards?

    Depp: Ive been lucky enough to spend time with him over the years, and yes, I have gotten to know him. And he is kind of a pirate. For the movie, I didnt want to do an imitation of Keith, but I wanted to take the spirit of Keith, the beautiful, laid-back confidence.

    Playboy: Since when do pirates wear all the makeup your character wears?

    Depp: Actually, for a while Keith did. Bob Dylan did too in the 1970s. He went through a period when he wore dark kohl eyeliner. I looked into the kohl thing. It comes from the nomad tribes in the desert in Africa. Its protection for the eyes from the sun. Football players use it for that today. And I took other stuff from Keith, too - things dangling in his hair, the beads.

    Playboy: Richards isnt your only influence. Apparently you based Ichabod Crane in Sleepy Hollow on Angela Lansbury, and Ed Wood on Ronald Reagan. They seem a strange sampling of choices.

    Depp: Well, Angela Lansbury is an amazing actress. I thought of Ichabod Crane as a very nervous, ultrasensitive prepubescent girl. Thats where Angela Lansbury came in. I thought of some of the work shes done over the years, especially in Death on the Nile. I also based Ichabod a bit on Roddy McDowall, who was a very good friend.

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    SEPTIMA PARTE:
    Playboy: And President Regan?

    Depp: Ed Wood was based on Reagan, yes, but also on the Tin Man in The Wizard of Oz. And Casey Kasem. It was a weird little soup of those three.

    Playboy: Why those three?

    Depp: I remember watching Reagan make speeches. He had this kind of innocence and a na?e, blind optimism -Everythings going to be fine. Youre like, Well, its not! Its not going to be fine. Jack Haleys performance as the Tin Man in The Wizard of Oz is one of the strangest Ive ever seen. Watch that film and think about a grown man giving that performance. Its really astounding.

    Playboy: What about Casey Kasem?

    Depp: [Doing a Kasem impression] What I always liked about Casey was that he had a delivery that was so upbeat.

    Playboy: Are you the only actor who uses such weird inspirations?

    Depp: I dont know. Something happens to me when Im reading a screenplay. I get these flashes, these quick images.

    Playboy: You received some unfavorable press last year during the war in Iraq. You said that America is like a dumb puppy that can bite and hurt you. Were you surprised by the reaction.

    Depp: I would never by disrespectful to my country, to the people, especially the kids who are over there serving in the armed forces. My uncle was wounded in Vietnam, paralyzed from the neck down. I would never say those things the way they claim I said them.

    Playboy: What exactly did you say?

    Depp: I essentially said the United States is a very young country compared with Europe. Were still growing. Thats it. I wouldnt say anything anti-American. Im an American, and I love my country.

    Playboy: Whats your view of President Bush?

    Depp: What can I say? Hes someboys kid. Hes somebodys father. God bless him. Good luck. You know what I mean? I dont agree with his politics, and Im not going to pretend to, but I dont agree with a lot of peoples politics.

    Playboy: Youve had other public troubles, including the time you trashed a hotel room with Kate Moss. What happened?

    Depp: Very simply, I had a bad day. Id been chased by paparazzi and was feeling a little bit like Novelty Boy. Obviously something wasnt working in my life. For a few years I wasnt angry but just sort of frustrated and upset because I didnt know what it was all about.

    Playboy: What do you mean?

    Depp: I didnt know what it was all for. When they said, Come on, do this movie. You can make tons of money, it just pissed me off. Fuck that. What does that mean? Thats not what its about. So it built up, and I lost it. It was the culmination of many things, a bad spark, and I went off. I did what I felt was necessary. Thank God it wasnt a human being but a hotel room that I took it out on. It was a weird incident. There was a hotel security guard who was really kind of pissy and arrogant. I wanted to pop him. But I knew that if I did it would obviously be a horse of a different color - lawsuits and God knows what else.

    Playboy: What happened exactly?

    Depp: I did my business, and they came up to the room. By that point I had cooled down. I said, Ill of course pay for any damages. I apologize. That wasnt enough. The guy got snooty and shitty. The next thing you know, the police were at the door. As dumb as the incident was, I dont have any regrets about it. I dont think it merited the amount of press it got, and I certainly dont think that I needed to go to the Tombs in New York City in handcuffs. I was in three different jails that night. But it was all part of my education, you know?

    Playboy: You had another run-in with the police, in London, this time directly related to a clash with paparazzi.

    Depp: We were at a restaurant, and Vanessa was extremely pregnant. All they wanted were photographs of me and Vanessa and the belly. At that point I thought, Man, Im not one of those whiny actors who says, Oh, the paparazzi, they wont leave me alone. I could give a fuck about it. However, on this particular night I just decided, Look, this is my girl. This is our first baby. Im not going to let you fucking people turn this into a circus. You aint turning this deeply, profoundly beautiful, spiritual, life-changing experience into a novelty. Not without a fight. I went out and talked to them. I said, Look, guys, I know what youre after. I understand you have a job to do. But youre just not going to turn this into a circus. Just give us a break. Youre not going to get what you want tonight. Ill see you another time.

    Playboy: To which they of course said, Were sorry. Well leave.

    Depp: Right. They were very aggressive: Fuck you, Johnny. That kind of shit. I swung around and told Vanessa, Go out the front door, get in the car so they dont get us together or get your belly. She did. She was in the car, so everything was going to be cool, but they were so shitty. One guy was trying to hold the door open. He had his hand wedged in there. I looked down at the ground, and there was a 17-inch wooden plank, a two-by-two or something. Instinct took over. I picked it up and whacked the guys hand. I went outside and said, Now I want you to take my picture, because the first fucking guy who hits a flash, Im going to kick his skull in. Lets go. Take my picture. They didnt take my picture. I was livid. They walked backward down the street. I walked them away from Vanessa in the car and down this other street. It was beautiful. It was well worth it. It was kind of poetic. The next thing I knew, I saw flashing lights on the buildings around me. And a paddy wagon.

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    Playboy: How long were you in jail?

    Depp: It was brief. It was around 11:30 or midnight, and I was out by five or six the next morning. No one filed charges against me, because they didnt want their names exposed. Had they filed charges they would have had to give their names and would have lost their anonymity. The cops were actually terrific, real sweet. As I said, I didnt mind as much before I had kids. Everything changes when it comes to my children.

    Playboy: Like what?

    Depp: Everything. The way you sleep changes. Your whole life is changed. Every inch of it is different.

    Playboy: How are you different?

    Depp: I think it just wakes you up and kind of gives you the opportunity to be who you really are. Before my kids came along I was freaked out to hold a kid. When I was a teenager and my brother had babies, I was always freaked out to hold them. They just seemed so fragile. Id hold them for a minute and then, Okay, here. Take the kid. So I was surprised how quickly, almost instantly, I was okay with my own baby. Within 24 hours I was fine with it all the diapers, everything. One of the most amazing moments in my life was holding my brand-new baby, Lily-Rose, just after she was born. She wasnt three hours old, and I was holding her. Her little eyes were kind of half open. She was drifting into sleep. Looking into those little eyes, I thought, My God, Ill never be closer to another human being in my life. And youre not, until your second one comes. Before the second one came, there was this strange thing, a snippet of worry. I thought, How can I love the second as much as the first? Is it possible? And when little Jack arrived, it was instant. Instant. They just seem so fragile.

    Playboy: Who gave you parenting tips?

    Depp: One of the greatest pieces of advice I got was from my brother. When I told him Vanessa was pregnant, he said, Congratulations. Youll never sleep the same way again. Youll never have another calm day as long as you live, bit its worth it. He said it just off-the-cuff, but it was right on the money.

    Playboy: Has parenthood influenced the movies youll take on?

    Depp: Yes. I actually feel as though I make choices with my kids in mind. It helps me to be clear about what I will and wont make. I want to have my kids say, My pa did only the things that he felt he should do. I dont want them to be embarrassed. I think maybe they can be proud of some of the work I do. Maybe they will be proud that I decided to go against the grain a little bit and fight the good fight. When youre older, drooling, and your children are changing your diapers, they will know that there was integrity.

    Playboy: Vanessa is French. Are French women different from American women?

    Depp: They speak French better.

    Playboy: Beyond that.

    Depp: You know Vanessa could have been anything Icelandic, Armenian, Egyptian, whatever. It would have hit me with the same force. I wouldnt say that it was the French thing.

    Playboy: How did you meet?

    Depp: We met briefly years ago. I remember thinking, Ouch. It was just hello, but the contact was electric. That was in 1993. It wasnt until 1998, when I went to do the Polanski film The Ninth Gate and was in the lobby of the hotel, getting messages. I turned around and across the lobby saw this back. She had on a dress with an exposed back. I thought, Wow. Suddenly the back turned and she looked at me. I walked right over, and there were those eyes again. I knew it was her. She asked, Do you remember me? I said, Oh yeah. We had a drink, and it was over with at that point. I knew I was in big trouble.

    Playboy: What was different about his relationship?

    Depp: Everything. After we started dating I worked a long, long day and night, and I came home, back to my apartment in Paris, at three or four in the morning. Vanessa was there, and she was cooking for me. Thats not to say that a woman must cook for a man thats not what Im saying but it took me by surprise. It was a whole new ball game for me. Id never experienced that before. It was like she was a woman not afraid to be a woman. I hope that doesnt sound weird or sexist, because its not. Im totally in agreement that women are the stronger, smarter, more evolved sex.

    Playboy: Have you considered marriage?

    Depp: Sure, but it would be a shame to ruin her last name. Its so perfect Vanessa Paradis. So beautiful. It would be such a drag to stick her with Paradis-Depp. Its like a flat note. But for all intents and purposes, we are married. We have two kids together, and shes the woman of my life. If she ever said, Hey, lets get hitched, I would do it in a second. Well do it if the kids want us to, or maybe when the kids are old enough to enjoy it with us.

    Playboy: Your kids names are tattooed on your body. Is the Jack tattoo after your son or the pirate in Pirates of the Caribbean?

    Depp: Both, actually. I had a fake one for the movie, but I moved it and flipped it to make a real one for my son, Jack. My daughters here, on my heart.

    Playboy: How many tattoos do you have in all?

    Depp: Lets see. [counts] There are 10, I think.

    Playboy: The Winona Forever tattoo is somewhat famous.

    Depp: Yeah, its here on my arm. It was the kind of thing you do on the spur of the moment Fuck it, lets do it. Then you break up, but its still there: a girls name on my arm.

    Playboy: Did it put a damper on new relationships following your split with Ryder?

    Depp: Yeah, it can turn a situation a little sticky. I changed it to Wino Forever, which is actually a bit more accurate.

    Playboy: How painful is it to have a tattoo removed?

    Depp: Painful. The guy said, I should give you a local anesthetic, but I said, No Im fine. He hit me with a laser and it seemed as though someone had stretched an electric rubber band all the way to Mars and snapped it on the end. Your skin burns and bubbles up.

    Playboy: Do you find it ironic that after your public relationships with people like Winona Ryder, its only now when youre married and have children that People magazine pronounces you the sexiest man alive?

    Depp: I suppose.

    Playboy: Who gave you the news?

    Depp: My sister called me and said, Hey, guess what. Its so odd. I was glad I was in Paris at the time, because I thought nobody would know. Then, at the bar at the Ritz Hotel, a guy goes, Hey, man, congratulations. A friend of mine ran into Gerard Depardieu. When I saw my friend, he said, Oh, by the way, Gerard says to tell the sexiest man alive&. I mean, if somebody actually believes it, Im deeply flattered, but I dont get it myself. Its mortifying. You think, Where does that come from? Why did they choose me? Why now? I guess its just my time.

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    Y aquí termina, si alguien ha tenido el valor de leerselo entero, k me diga el secreto xD, y nada, k disculpas por haberlo puesto to separao, pero junto no me dejaba.
    Kysses Deppadictas!!!

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    juas, es demasiao xa mí

    NO ES ORO TODO LO QUE RELUCE,
    NI TODA LA GENTE ERRANTE ANDA PERDIDA;
    A LAS RAÍCES PROFUNDAS NO LLEGA LA ESCARCHA
    EL VIEJO VIGOROSO NO SE MARCHITA.

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    yo no leo to eso n ingles ni de coña...

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