Johnny Depp poses in GQ magazine’s latest issue with his Black Mass director Scott Cooper.
In the interview, the 52-year-old actor and 45-year-old director praise each other for their work on the film.
Johnny calls Scott a “collaborative genius,” while Scott praises Johnny as a “national treasure.”
“Nobody has the range that Johnny has,” Scott continued. “To create Ed Wood and also be in Dead Man and EdwardScissor hands and The Libertine and Sweeney Todd. To play Jack Sparrow and John Dillinger, Hunter S. Thompson and Joe Pistone [in Donnie Brasco] and George Jung [in Blow]. And yet, for all his parts, I was mesmerized to see him turn from the man he is—gentle-natured, soulful, sweet—to Jimmy Bulger. Whitey is always in control. If you stood 18 inches away, Jimmy was going to make that 12. And Johnny captured him.”
For more from Johnny and Scott, visit GQ.com.
Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas hold hands while walking through the airport together on Monday (November 30) in Vancouver, Canada.
This is the first time that the couple has stepped out since it was revealed the Ginnifer is pregnant with their second child!
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Ginny and Josh are back in Vancouver to get to work on their show Once Upon a Time following the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler take the cover of Glamour magazine’s January 2016 issue in promotion of their new movie Sisters!
Here’s what the funny ladies had to share:
On sex tips: AP: When Merrill Markoe interviewed you both for Glamour in 2005, she asked, “Any sex tips?” And [you] said, “Make sure you don’t laugh,” and [I] said, “Try not to barf.” Would you stand by or amend those tips?
TF: I would say go ahead and laugh.
AP: I think I’d say go ahead and barf.
Tina, on playing a woman-child in Sisters: “Woman-child, I think, is in reference to the fact that there are many male comedians who play man-childs—man-childs is a word. I do think it’s fun to be able to play a character that’s in no way aspirational and in no way a role model, and the more female characters there are on-screen, there’s less pressure on every character to represent everyone. I love playing people who are flawed.”
Amy, on maintaining friendships: “It’s like a good marriage. My mom always says it’s very important to have people in your life who knew you when. The older you get, the more you treasure that idea of someone knowing your family and where you came from, and being around during these times and these times. Tina and I, we don’t have any sisters. So we’ve rented them.”
For more from Amy and Tina, visit Glamour.com.