Since first hearing about Johnny's Depp's involvement in a feature version of the '70s TV movie The Night Stalker, we've been excited. Even more so when news broke that Edgar Wright would be directing. Now we have a writer. Can the good news keep coming?
Since first hearing about Johnny's Depp's involvement in a feature version of the '70s TV movie The Night Stalker, we've been wondering who might direct the film, and today our answer has come. Read on for the details.
There are a lot of West Memphis Three projects currently under way, but considering this latest one is based on a book by Damien Echols (himself one of the WM3) and is being developed by Johnny Depp's Infinitum Nihil, we'd say it's likely to garner the lion's share of attention.
I honestly can't think of any news that's made me this giddy since first hearing that Johnny Depp would be taking on the persona of Barnabas Collins in a Dark Shadows film. Next on the prolific actor/producer's plate? How about Depp inhabiting the shoes of tabloid reporter Carl Kolchak?
Johnny Depp is one busy guy these days! Along with playing the Mad Hatter in Tim Burton's upcoming Alice in Wonderland and committing to yet another Pirates film, according to Variety, his production company Infinitum Nihil has acquired screen rights to the Nick Tosches novel In the Hand of Dante.