Johnny Depp Says He Doesn't Want to Win an Oscar
Johnny Depp may have just ruined his chances at winning an Oscar in the future because he basically is telling the voters he doesn’t want them to vote for him.
“I don’t want to win one of those things ever, you know,” the 52-year-old actor told BBC.
“I don’t want to have to talk,” Johnny said about his reasoning for not wanting to win, presumably referring to having to give an acceptance speech.
“They gave me one of those things, like a nomination, two or three times,” he added. “A nomination is plenty… The idea of winning means that you’re in competition with someone and I’m not in competition with anybody. I just stick to my guns and do what I want to do. Sometimes people don’t like it but that’s alright.”
Johnny, who just landed at the top of IMDb’s list of the top 25 stars of all time, is one of the frontunners for an Oscar nomination in the Best Actor category this year for his work in the movie Black Mass.