But now it's straight up cancelled!
Ticket holders were sent the following email on Friday:
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Amber Heard… what've you got under that trench coat?
We bet she's totally naked under that coat! Under her clothes, under the coat we mean. LOLz!
The lovely lady was spotted out and about in New York, arriving at her hotel looking fashionable and gorgeous as always wearing a royal blue Burberry Prorsum trench coat.
We spied something super inneresting popping out of her coat…
It's a pistol! Everybody get down!
Oh wait… it's a little puppy dog!! Her dog's name is Pistol! Silly us!
Because she's got her cute lil pup! They're inseparable!
So stanky cute!! Lookin' good there, Amber!
[Image via Splash News.]
You'd think people would be lining up in the streets to take home this piece of LA history!
But that does not seem to be case, as of yet!
The infamous tiki bar Bahooka in Rosemead, CA has been a carrot-chomping Pacu fish's home for over 30 years, but the giant sea creature known as Rufus may be out of a tank real soon!
That's because Bahooka is being gutted to become a Chinese restaurant.
A former cook at the restaurant has been feeding him every morning, but he's been living in the dark and despite a desperate plea on Twitter to find him a new home, so far, no luck.
Word is that the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach and even Neil Patrick Harris himself have been interested in adopting Rufus, but the fish who once had a starring role along side Johnny Depp in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas may be up sh-t creek without a paddle. Or a fin. Or…. WE CAN'T MAKE JOKES AT THIS TIME WHEN A BEAUTIFUL FISH'S LIFE IS ON THE LINE.
The thing is, the rest of the Bahooka tiki restaurant will be going to Clifton's Cafeteria, located in Downtown L.A., why can't they also take care of the most beautiful slow-moving fish ever??
Hello?? This is a desperate Finding Nemo situation over here!
If you know of a home or you'd like to help, please CLICK HERE!
In the meantime, check out beautiful Rufus in action AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Johnny Depp has had many memorable roles.
But his most famous role may be his turn in Edward Scissorhands where he plays the title role of an artificial man who has scissors for hands.
In fact, it is SO famous that a 505-million-year-old fossil of an extinct creature has been named after Depp because of this character.
The extinct great ancestor of lobsters has been deemed Kooteninchela deppi .
Here's what a scientist said:
"When I first saw the pair of isolated claws in the fossil records of this species, I could not help but think of Edward Scissorhands. Even the genus name, Kootenichela, includes the reference to this film, as 'chela' is Latin for claws or scissors. In truth, I am also a bit of a Depp fan and so what better way to honor the man than to immortalize him as an ancient creature that once roamed the sea?"
We wonder if Depp will call the scientist up to thank him!
It isn't everyday that one gets an honor such as this!!!
Check out a picture of the extinct creature… AFTER THE JUMP!!!
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Omg!! We can't believe no one thought to do this sooner.
Do you know what's the best idea ever?? Matching up seksi male celebs with their cute kitty counterparts!
It's absolutely adorbzaballs!! It's up to U to decide who's cuter!
Check out the seksi men and their cat clones AFTER THE JUMP!:
Johnny takes a tumble!
Johnny Depp had a near death experience when he fell off his horse during a shoot for Lone Ranger.
The actor himself admitted that his stunt horse, Scout, saved the day (and his life)
Depp stated the following:
I'm lucky to be here. I've done a number of films on horseback and I've taken a couple of spills but this was a violent one.
I had a good relationship with the horse, which was named Scout, and when I look at the tape I can see that Scout saved my life.
I went down badly and I was dragged for 25 yards and in the end the horse just jumped over me and clipped me with his back legs.
That's some quick thinking on the horse's part!
Now we don't have to worry when we see Dark Shadows tomorrow!
Fighting cocks that is.
In Johnny Depp's new movie The Rum Diary, based on the best-selling book by Hunter S. Thompson, there is a scene with a cock fight.
The fight used real cocks but
In Rango, Johnny Depp stars as an animated lizard.
He remembers getting deep into character with his director Gore Verbinski.
“Early on, some of the talks that Gore and I had had about the character I mean. Talk about two grown men, middle aged men discussing the possibility of one of them being a lizard. So it starts off on a surreal kind of note, anyway.”
Most animated movies have the actors record their lines one at a time in a sound booth. Instead, Verbinski got the whole cast together to act out the entire movie, while sound technicians recorded them.
“Ultimately, it was everything. However, the process that we did, that Gore created this sort of atmosphere that was really, truly ludicrous. I mean, just ridiculous. It was like just regional theater at its worst.”
Check out the video above to hear more about the inspiration of the animal flick.