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50 Greatest Movie Drunks
32. Will Ferrell in Old School (2003)The Drunk: Frank Ricard’s enrolled back in school, which naturally means he has to attend parties with all the other students. You’d think that being older would mean he can handle his booze…Tipple Of Choice: Anything that you can yell “Chug! Chug!” to.[FOR THE OTHER 49 GREATEST MOVIE DRUNKS, CLICK ON FRANK THE TANK OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

50 Greatest Movie Drunks

32. Will Ferrell in Old School (2003)

The Drunk: Frank Ricard’s enrolled back in school, which naturally means he has to attend parties with all the other students. You’d think that being older would mean he can handle his booze…

Tipple Of Choice: Anything that you can yell “Chug! Chug!” to.

[FOR THE OTHER 49 GREATEST MOVIE DRUNKS, CLICK ON FRANK THE TANK OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

Johnny Depp: Best Movie Roles
1. Edward Scissorhands (1990)The Role: Edward ScissorhandsWhy It’s The Best: Some actors get lost under piles of prosthetic make-up. Not Depp, who skilfully adapts to the bulky, cumbersome outfit and uses it to build upon his character. It’s a winning, fragile, subtle performance.Iconic Moment: As Ed carves an ice sculpture of an angel, his shavings make it snow in the back yard. Caught in the moment, Kim (Winona Ryder) dances in the floating flecks.Johnny Says: “I can remember when I finished Edward Scissorhands, looking in a mirror as the girl was doing my makeup for the last time, putting on the appliances and the prosthetics - this was like the 90th day or the 89th day of shooting."And looking and going, ‘Wow. This is it. I’m saying goodbye to this guy. I’m saying goodbye to Edward Scissorhands.’ It was funny, I was kind of sad.”

Johnny Depp: Best Movie Roles

1. Edward Scissorhands (1990)

The Role: Edward Scissorhands

Why It’s The Best: Some actors get lost under piles of prosthetic make-up. Not Depp, who skilfully adapts to the bulky, cumbersome outfit and uses it to build upon his character. It’s a winning, fragile, subtle performance.

Iconic Moment: As Ed carves an ice sculpture of an angel, his shavings make it snow in the back yard. Caught in the moment, Kim (Winona Ryder) dances in the floating flecks.

Johnny Says: “I can remember when I finished Edward Scissorhands, looking in a mirror as the girl was doing my makeup for the last time, putting on the appliances and the prosthetics - this was like the 90th day or the 89th day of shooting.

"And looking and going, ‘Wow. This is it. I’m saying goodbye to this guy. I’m saying goodbye to Edward Scissorhands.’ It was funny, I was kind of sad.”

Cannes 2011: Johnny Depp talks Pirates

Johnny Depp has been reflecting on the ups and downs of his pre-Pirates Of The Caribbean career.
In Cannes for the premiere of fourquel On Stranger Tides, the star said: “For 20 years or so I made these films that were considered, for the most part, failures.
“I built a career on flops, so I was quite comfortable in that arena. Then a couple of things hit.”
Describing his life in film as “a very strange ride”, he added: “You have a film coming up and producers you haven’t spoken to in 15 years call and say ‘How’ve you been?’
“But then that film takes a dump and they don’t call you again until the next one’s coming up!”
Talking up On Stranger Tides, he expressed how pleased he was to have Keith Richards reprise his role as Jack Sparrow’s old man.
“It was great to get in the ring with him again,” Depp said. “And great to share a trailer with him. I may write a book on that one day.”
As for the prospect of more Pirates sequels, Depp simply said: “As long as the people want it, I’m there.”

Cannes 2011: Johnny Depp talks Pirates

Johnny Depp has been reflecting on the ups and downs of his pre-Pirates Of The Caribbean career.

In Cannes for the premiere of fourquel On Stranger Tides, the star said: “For 20 years or so I made these films that were considered, for the most part, failures.

“I built a career on flops, so I was quite comfortable in that arena. Then a couple of things hit.”

Describing his life in film as “a very strange ride”, he added: “You have a film coming up and producers you haven’t spoken to in 15 years call and say ‘How’ve you been?’

“But then that film takes a dump and they don’t call you again until the next one’s coming up!”

Talking up On Stranger Tides, he expressed how pleased he was to have Keith Richards reprise his role as Jack Sparrow’s old man.

“It was great to get in the ring with him again,” Depp said. “And great to share a trailer with him. I may write a book on that one day.”

As for the prospect of more Pirates sequels, Depp simply said: “As long as the people want it, I’m there.

Pirates of the Caribbean 4 gets a new trailer

A new, fuller trailer for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides has sailed online.

This latest promo gives a much better idea of what to expect in terms of plot than any previous promos have.

We see here that Johnny Depp’s Captain Jack Sparrow is commissioned to lead a crew to find the elusive fountain of youth, although it seems everyone has their eyes on the ultimate prize.

Exclusive! First image of Ian Mcshane as Blackbeard in Pirates 4!
Disney have given Total Film an exclusive first look at Ian McShane as Blackbeard in upcoming Pirates of the Caribbean sequel, On Stranger Tides.

Exclusive! First image of Ian Mcshane as Blackbeard in Pirates 4!

Disney have given Total Film an exclusive first look at Ian McShane as Blackbeard in upcoming Pirates of the Caribbean sequel, On Stranger Tides.

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Disney hire writer for Pirates 5
Pirates Of The Caribbean 4 opens this May, but Disney are so confident it’ll be a success that they’ve hired Shrek scribe Terry Rossio to begin writing a fifth film. Rossio has penned all four of the Pirates films  thus far with writing partner Ted Elliot, though it appears that he’ll  be walking the plank alone with the as-yet-untitled Pirates 5.

Disney hire writer for Pirates 5

Pirates Of The Caribbean 4 opens this May, but Disney are so confident it’ll be a success that they’ve hired Shrek scribe Terry Rossio to begin writing a fifth film. Rossio has penned all four of the Pirates films thus far with writing partner Ted Elliot, though it appears that he’ll be walking the plank alone with the as-yet-untitled Pirates 5.