Lesson 4 - RW, Culture - FILM AND THEATRE - Page1

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Read the excerpts from an interview with Johnny Depp for UGO, an online media network for entertainment coverage <http://www.ugo.com/channels/filmTv/features/piratesofthecaribbean/johnnydepp.asp> and answer the questions.


UGO: How has your relationship with Hollywood changed?

Johnny Depp: For five years, I've been living in France and in the States to some degree a little bit, because I'm not a resident of France. But it has done wonders for my relationship with Hollywood. And also having kids, just in terms of not really- - I'm so removed from it that I don't know anything. I mean, I don't know who anybody is. I don't know who's famous. I don't know who's not famous. I don't know who's rich, who's poor, who's successful, who's a drag. I don't know anybody. I don't know what made money and what didn't make money. And it's great.

UGO: Wouldn't you consider yourself as someone with atypical celebrity status?

Johnny Depp: Atypical celebrity status? [Laughs] Sounds like a really weird disease.

UGO: Popular, highly revered, lots of fans, but you're an outsider that brings a singular, distinctive type of performance to your work.

Johnny Depp: I hope so. Well, thank you.

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