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Showing a rare sign of self-awareness, Johnny Depp on Monday hinted to BBC he’s thinking about retiring from acting relatively soon.
“When you add up the amount of dialogue that you say per year, for example, and you realize that you’ve said written words more than you’ve actually had a chance to say your own words, you start thinking about that as an insane option for a human being,” Depp said while promoting his latest movie, The Lone Ranger.
Depp, who spoke of similar things to Rolling Stone in June, continued:
Are there quieter things I wouldn’t mind doing? Yeah, I wouldn’t mind that. I wouldn’t say that I’m dropping out any second, but I would say it’s probably not too far away.
Sure; but with at least three movies in the pipeline – the Rob Marshall musical Into the Woods (fine) and sequels to Pirates of the Caribbean (why?) and Alice in Wonderland (seriously, why?) – “probably not too far away” should be taken lightly.
So should that thing I just said about self-awareness, come to think of it.
He may be a “Gentleman,” but the face behind “Gangnam Style” is also quite the drinker.
Psy – the current record holder for most-watched YouTube video – recently revealed a startling relationship with alcohol.
“If I’m happy, I’m drinking, if I’m sad, I’m drinking. If it’s raining, I’m drinking, if it’s sunny, I’m drinking,” he told United Kingdom’s Sunday Times magazine.
When asked when he stopped, the Korean popstar responded: “When I’m hungover”, before admitting it has happened “a lot” in the past.
In the interview, the 35-year-old went on to call Korean vodka is his “best friend” and his “vice partner,” though he also admitted that he’ll drink “whisky, vodka, tequila, whatever.”
Psy first broke out of the Stateside scene with “Gangnam Style” in July 2012. The music video for the catchy pop tune has since received over 1.7 billion views.
We LOVE a Hollywood mom. Hair game on point, sunglass game on point, and always wearing some sort of fabulous outfit, always put together, toting around beautiful, perfect, amazing children, who are never crying or running circles around your ankles at Target while you try to buy mouthwash.
AND these women have careers! Successful, crazy Tinseltown careers, like winning Oscars and running side hustles from baby food to appearing before the UN Security Council.
Dang – how DO they do it? Let’s meet some celebrity supermoms and try and figure it out.