Johnny Depp’s New Movie – Costarring Daughter Lily-Rose!

johnny deppBorn in 1963 as John Christopher Depp, but more fondly referred to as “Johnny Depp”, this American actor, producer, and musician has taken the entire film industry by storm. Unlike any actor before him, Depp has the uncanny ability of bringing even the most bizarre character to life.

Depp first became a fan favorite after starring in the 1980’s television series, “21 Jump Street” but went on to star in huge box office hits to include, Edward Scissorhands, What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, Once Upon a Time in Mexico, Sweeney Todd, Sleepy Hollow, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Rango, Alice in Wonderland, and of course, the Pirates of the Caribbean film series, just to name a few.

Although Depp was married once and had a number of highly public relationships in his personal life, he and Vanessa Paradis shared something extra special. The couple has two children, John Christopher III, more commonly called “Jack”, and Lily-Rose. While no longer together, the children remain Depp’s number one priority.

It appears as if the famous Depp name will live on with a recent announcement that he would be costarring with none other than Lily-Rose. There is current talk about one movie in particular but according to insiders, there could actually be two films produced in which father and daughter will star together.

This is not Lily-Rose’s first attempt at acting. She actually had a small role alongside the daughter of director Harley Quinn Smith in the movie “Tusks”. Depp had a very small role in that movie, making him extremely excited for the opportunity of spending more screen time with Lily-Rose.

Although the name of the movie remains a mystery, people closely involved said it has to do with an ancient evil that rises under the crust of Canada. To fight for their lives, the people join forces with a legendary man-hunter played by Depp.

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