14 Feb

Depp Hits A Financial Low!

Depp hits a financial low!

Johnny Depp reportedly having a tough time as his financial condition is deteriorating and according to resources the actor’s lifestyle is responsible for the loss. He sued his own management company this month, claimed that after firing them, his new company find a huge default in accounts. Depp claimed that the firm collected USD 28 million as a fees, which he never agreed to And also claimed that they fail at keeping records, payment of taxes and loaned a company USD 10 Million to another party. Opposition party TMG filed a complaint in Los Angeles County Superior Court, claiming that they repeatedly warned him about overspending of money and their company did everything to handle Depp finance chaos.

Depp lived an ultra-extravagant lifestyle that often knowingly cost Depp in excess of USD 2 million per month to maintain, which he simply could not afford. Depp, and Depp alone, is fully responsible for any financial turmoil he finds himself in today,” the complaint reads.he list is released where he spent his money on 14 residences about USD 75 million, luxury yacht about USD 18 million, and spent USD 30k on wine per month. “Depp also paid over USD 3 million to blast from a specially-made cannon the ashes of author Hunter Thompson over Aspen, Colorado,” writes Kump.

6 Feb

Oscar Nominated Project ‘Lion’ Began From The Scratch.

Oscar nominated project’Lion’ began from the scratch. Director Garth Davis before starting with his the much awaited project made sure that there are no loopholes in his research so he made his trip to India. As the homeland of the main character in the movie is from India, he thought there is no better way than to be familiar with the roots completely.  Mumbai, where the grand premium is going to be screened, Davis expects grand and positive response from India. He wishes that “Indian embraces the film”.It’s due to release on February 24 in India. Davis has two things to worry about Oscar’s result where it has 6 prestigious nominations and India’s response.


“It is a beautiful story and something that deserved to be told. I am very proud that it has been loved by so many. I hope India embraces it too. I have a deep affection for India mainly because of its people. They touch you in ways you don’t really forget,” quoting Davis.‘Lion’ revolves around an Indian boy who gets parted from his brother and mother and accidentally reaches almost 1,000 miles away at a railway station in Kolkata. His life takes an eventful where he faces one challenge after another before settling for an Australian family who willingly adopts him. Interestly his quest won’t finish here rather he uses Google map to find his parents.

Davis recalls his expression when he read the script and sums it up as “huge responsibility”. “I retraced the steps that young Saroo had taken as he was lost on the train station. I remember when I found myself on the Kolkata station and imagined my five-year-old child there, unable to speak the language, invisible to everyone, standing there alone and I felt absolutely mortified.”