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The Mad Hatter of 'Alice in Wonderland' and rockers Steven Tyler as well as Joe Perry join Cooper at a live concert behind El Capitan Theater to celebrate the premiere of 'Dark Shadows'.
Donning an all-black ensemble, the Barnabas Collins depicter is joined on the black carpet by his beautiful co-stars Eva Green, Michelle Pfeiffer, Bella Heathcote and Chloe Moretz.
The husband of Nicole Kidman gets emotional when remembering his long journey to the Grand Ole Opry as saying, 'To stand in this circle is the most phenomenal thing.'
Admitting the makeup is inspired by Kirby Sattler's painting, Depp says that the black-and-white stripes on the Native American character's face symbolize cross sections of a man's emotional life.
An ASL expert points out the flaw in the sign language delivered by the Mad Hatter of 'Alice in Wonderland', saying 'His middle finger should have been reversed.'
Frid, the actor playing Barnabas Collins on the original 'Dark Shadows' series, has died of natural causes at the age of 87 in a hospital in his native Hamilton, Ontario last Friday, April 13.
The woman, who identifies herself as a medical professor at UC Irvine, claims to be roughed up by Depp's security team at an Iggy Pop concert at Los Angeles' Palladium in December 2011.
In the black and white videos, the 'Dark Shadows' star and the 'No Strings Attached' beauty deliver lyrics of 'My Valentine' using sign language.
The actor assisted the rocker's set at the Golden God Awards held in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Having undergone the procedure to repair a torn tendon, the 'American Idol' host jokes on his radio show, 'I can't have any more joint problems. Because I have no more alliteration!'
In addition to the three actresses, Eva Green, Carey Mulligan, Rachel Weisz, Emily Blunt and Isla Fisher are also interested to play Nora Charles in the high-profile remake movie project.
Instead of presenting scenes that could raise goosebumps, the trailer offers footage that could invite laughters as Depp's Barnabas Collins is struck by cultural shock after waking up from the death.
Also significantly supporting the call to urge the MPAA to lower the rating for the controversial documentary are Tommy Hilfiger, Ellen DeGeneres, Demi Lovato and AMC CEO Gerry Lopez.
Though so, Judge Stephanie Sautner praises the 'Labor Pains' actress for the 'positive change we've all seen', and declares that she is 'in the homestretch' to complete probation.
The 'Hot Fuzz' helmer has signed a deal with Walt Disney Pictures to direct Depp, who will play intrepid tabloid journalist Carl Kolchak, in the film adaptation of the 1970s ABC TV show.