Johnny Depp

How to Get Yourself a Red Carpet Career

Sarah Vermunt | Posted 02.27.2014 | Canada Business
Sarah Vermunt

The Oscars is where we celebrate the best of the best in film -- the spine-tingling performances, the cream of the crop. You want the best of the best for your career too, and so why not look to the Oscars for a little inspiration. Here are six tips to help you create a career that's an Oscar worthy show-stopping success.

Johnny's Younger Fiancee Is More Stylish Than He Is

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 02.13.2014 | Canada Style

Move over Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie - we've got a new stylish couple in Hollywood! Johnny Depp and Amber Heard showed off their sartorial savvy ...

NAMM 2014: A Musical Gearhead's Disneyland

Dani Oliva | Posted 03.31.2014 | Canada Music
Dani Oliva

NAMM, short for the National Association of Music Merchants, is a not-for-profit association that promotes and strengthens the $17 billion global music products industry. Every January, NAMM organizes a trade show that features innovative music products, recording technology, and sound/lighting technology. Here are my top picks.

Johnny Depp Or Jack Dawson?

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 01.25.2014 | Canada Style

We weren't expecting to see Johnny Depp present at the 2014 Golden Globes but it was a happy surprise because the former teen icon decided to channel ...

Johnny Depp Goes Blond!

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 10.22.2013 | Canada Style

Johnny Depp showed off some sunny new locks over the weekend. The 50-year-old actor showed off his new blond hair during a surprise appearance Sat...

TIFF Movie Mixes Toni Collette, Grunge, Groupies And Johnny Depp

HuffPost Canada Music | Sarah Kurchak | Posted 09.12.2013 | Canada Music

"Lucky Them" isn't purely about music. The wry drama follows a music journalist (Toni Collette) on assignment to track down her ex-boyfriend, a reclus...

Courage and Cowardice in Canadian TV

D.K. Latta | Posted 08.03.2013 | Canada
D.K. Latta

At heart, every story has probably been told, so it's in the details it's kept fresh. When Canadian filmmakers refuse to set their productions in Canada, they are basically announcing: "We have no intention of doing anything fresh with this material." If the creators aren't willing to fight for something as rudimentary as the setting, can we really expect them to fight for other things? Is the fact that so many of these filmmakers are unwilling to set their stories explicitly in Canada part of the reason why there are so few Canadian series and movies fronted by non-white actors? 'Cause that might be a fight with executives, too.