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Submitted by alycakes 553d ago | news

Johnny Depp To Reteam With Rob Marshall For Musical 'Into The Woods'

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While Johnny Depp has only worked with Rob Marshall once, it was solidified that the "Pirates Of The Caribbean" franchise still had plenty of legs. Together, they helped 'On Stranger Tides' earn more than one billion worldwide, and now they're hoping to work some magic again.

Depp is in talks to join Marshall's brewing adaptation of the smash Broadway musical "Into The Woods." The acclaimed, award-winning show will step right into Hollywood's fairy-tale trend obsession, telling the dark, complex story of The Baker and The Baker's Wife, who seek a way to lift a witch's curse that has left them unable to have children. (Cinema, Into The Woods, Johnny Depp, Rob Marshall)

alycakes  +   553d ago
This would be interesting. I know Depp can sing but he hasn't done a musical since he was very young. I would go see it though.
DarkBlood  +   553d ago
well there was that charles the chocolate factory with that weird voice he did there, might be safe to say he didnt lose it thats for sure
aDDicteD  +   550d ago
i like his acting in charlie and the chocolate factory it was different from pirates but the musical in that film, for me, is the weakest part of the movie, they should have at least limited the singing.
Samus HD  +   552d ago
Sweeney Todd: ??!!
alycakes  +   551d ago
Oh yeah! forgot about that.
ironfist92  +   552d ago
Sweeney Todd. Corpse Bride.
StarWarsFan  +   552d ago
Good stuff. Sounds like an interesting premise and different compared to most musicals on film.
neoragex  +   551d ago
Yes! Johhny Depp in any movie sounds interesting.
aDDicteD  +   551d ago
johnny depp is proven in musical themed movies, his best would be sweeney todd, i enjoyed that movie.

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