Perhaps you’ve heard that the actor is in a slump, that his recent films haven’t lived up to expectations. Whose? At 51, the only thing Depp expects is to challenge convention and himself. The coming year will remind us all of his artistic range—the Big Bad Wolf in Into the Woods, a comedia rogue in Mortdecai, Whitey Bulger in Black Mass—and the power of thinking outside the box office.
The Hollywood heavyweight and his 28-year-old fiancée were spotted at The Library, a cocktail bar at the Redbury hotel, late on Thursday night. Surrounded by Depp’s friends, the pair settled into seating at the back of the book-lined bar in Hollywood for the after-party celebrating the release of Lost on the River, a new album by music supergroup The New Basement Tapes (which features Elvis Costello and Marcus Mumford).
We get to see a lot more of Johnny Depp as epicurean English art dealer Charlie Mortdecai in a new trailer, seen here exclusively on Yahoo Movies. Depp and Gwyneth Paltrow (who plays his wife) put on their best British accents as a high-society couple from across the pond.