Filming of Pirates 5 is due to resume with Johnny on or about April 20th. UK MailOnline has posted an article, but other than that date, there isn’t much news. Read it here.
The Inquisitr posted a short article about Johnny’s recovery from his hand injury and it’s affect on filming. Read it here.
Of course this is an april fools joke, those visiting our site for years already knew it!
We just received the info, that Johnny is set to play a small role in the next Game of Thrones Season, not yet shot. I don’t want to say much, because it may spoil those, who have not read the books, but it the “kindly man”. The kindly man is a priest of the Many-Faced God and has different (also ugly) appearances in the book, so it may fit Johnny’s interest in looking ugly and different, see here for more spoiler!! info. There’s just fanart yet regarding his appearance. Production starts July 2015 till late in the year and as it is just a small role it may just take some days, and will premiere spring 2016.
A blogger approached an art professor to get his expert opinion of celebrity artists work; including a work by Johnny. Read the article here.
Mortdecai was released as a “R” rated movie in the U.S. Forbes has an article stating the studio will release the theatrical version on physical media and on demand, but they will also be releasing a tamer version rated PG Digital HD and On Demand. Read the article here.
While Ryan Adams was helping Butch Walker record his 7th album, Johnny shows up at the recording studio and adds a guitar solo. This was captured in a behind-the-scenes video. See it here on Rolling Stones website.
While in Australia, Johnny injured his right hand. This did not occur while filming. He was all smiles while boring a plane apparently headed to L.A. to get treatment. Read the article here.
MoviePilot has posted new photos of the Pirates set in Australia. Check it out here.
Paul Mc Cartney revises old song-see article here.
Taking a break from filming “Dead Men Tell No Tales”, Johnny joined his friend on stage for the last song of the set. See pictures and read about it here in the Courier Mail web site.