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* Hi-yo, Silver! Clooney's The Lone Ranger Hollywood actor GEORGE CLOONEY is heading to the wild west - he's reportedly set to star as THE LONE RANGER. The Oscar winner will join Johnny Depp in the big screen adaptation of the long-running 1950s TV show, according to British tabloid reports. A source tells The Sun newspaper, George is very keen - he's been trying to do a movie with Johnny for a long time. He thinks they'll make the perfect on-screen partnership. Depp's involvement, as sidekick Tonto, was recently confirmed by Disney Studios bosses. The screenplay will be penned by Pirates of the Caribbean writers Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio. (MT/WNTSU/LJ) Johnny Depp Special screening of 'Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street' held at the Paramount Pictures Studios Los Angeles, California - 05.12.07

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* Hi-yo, Silver! Clooney's The Lone Ranger Hollywood actor GEORGE CLOONEY is heading to the wild west - he's reportedly set to star as THE LONE RANGER. The Oscar winner will join Johnny Depp in the big screen adaptation of the long-running 1950s TV show, according to British tabloid reports. A source tells The Sun newspaper, George is very keen - he's been trying to do a movie with Johnny for a long time. He thinks they'll make the perfect on-screen partnership. Depp's involvement, as sidekick Tonto, was recently confirmed by Disney Studios bosses. The screenplay will be penned by Pirates of the Caribbean writers Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio. (MT/WNTSU/LJ) Johnny Depp UK premiere of 'Sweeney Todd' held at the Odeon Leicester Square - Arrivals London, England - 10.01.08

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The 80th Annual Academy Awards (Oscars) - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California - Sunday 24th February 2008

The 80th Annual Academy Awards (Oscars) - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California - Sunday 24th February 2008

Matthew Bourne, Director and Choreographer. - Tuesday 29th January 2008

in the theatre version of Johnny Depp movie 'Edward Scissorhands' at the Sydney Opera House - Sydney, Australia - Tuesday 29th January 2008

in the theatre version of Johnny Depp movie 'Edward Scissorhands' at the Sydney Opera House - Sydney, Australia - Tuesday 29th January 2008

Matthew Bourne, Director and Choreographer introducing the theatre version of Johnny Depp movie 'Edward Scissorhands' at the Sydney Opera House - Sydney, Australia - Tuesday 29th January 2008

UK premiere of 'Sweeney Todd' held at the Odeon Leicester Square - Arrivals - London, England - Thursday 10th January 2008

UK premiere of 'Sweeney Todd' held at the Odeon Leicester Square - Arrivals - London, England - Thursday 10th January 2008

UK premiere of 'Sweeney Todd' held at the Odeon Leicester Square - Arrivals - London, England - Thursday 10th January 2008

* HOLLYWOOD'S 'MAYOR' GRANT DIES AT 84 Hollywood's honorary mayor JOHNNY GRANT has died at the age of 84. Grant - one of the movie industry's most enthusiastic supporters for over 50 years - passed away on Wednesday (09Jan08) evening in his room at the Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles. According to Los Angeles police department Grant, who was a lifelong bachelor and permanent resident at the hotel, was found dead on his bed. His death is believed to be of natural causes. Grant started his career in 1939 hosting a local radio show in his hometown of Goldsboro, North Carolina. He went on to join the army air corp during World War II, presenting a radio programme in New York aimed at servicemen, and featuring interviews with entertainment stars of the day. After his discharge he stayed in the city working as a reporter for radio station WINS - going on to host the first national telethon with Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and Frank Sinatra in 1952. In 1954 Grant moved to Hollywood, landing a role in White Christmas alongside Bing Crosby. He also had a part with William Bendix in The Babe Ruth Story before playing himself in 1966's The Oscar. Grant expanded into television and was well known for revitalising the Hollywood Christmas Parade after he signed on as a parade producer in 1978. He also hosted a variety of high profile TV shows and was awarded two coveted Emmy awards for his achievements in the industry - as well as the title of honorary mayor of Hollywood - which he was given in 1980 by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. Grant was also chairman of the Hollywood Walk Of Fame Committee and oversaw the induction of over 500 stars into the legendary strip. (LR/WNWA&LT/) JOHNNY GRANT honoured JOHNNY DEPP with a Handprint and Footprint Ceremony Grauman's Chinese Theater Los Angeles, California- 16.09.05

* HOLLYWOOD STARS TO BOYCOTT GOLDEN GLOBES LATEST: Hollywood stars like JULIA ROBERTS, KEIRA KNIGHTLEY and JOHNNY DEPP look set to boycott next weekend's (13Jan08) Golden Globes ceremony to show their support to striking writers. Actors represented by the Screen Actors' Guild (SAG) are in unanimous agreement not to ignore the plight of the Writers Guild of America union members, who are picketing over royalties. Announcing the union's decision on Friday (04Jan08), SAG president, Alan Rosenberg, said, After considerable outreach to Golden Globe actor nominees and their representatives over the past several weeks, there appears to be unanimous agreement that these actors will not cross WGA (Writers' Guild of America) picket lines. In response to the boycott action, the WGA members thanked the SAG for its solidarity and support. Other stars nominated for gongs at the prestigious ceremony include George Clooney, John Travolta, Denzel Washington, Cate Blanchett and Jodie Foster - all of whom are unlikely to appear at the awards show if the WGA members do not reach an agreement with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which organises the Golden Globes, in time for next Sunday (13Jan08). Knightley, who is up for Best Actress for her starring role in Atonement, is particularly supportive of the strike, because of her playwright mother, Sharman MacDonald. A representative for the British beauty confirms: If the strike is still in place then Keira won't cross a picket line as her mother is a writer. (MT/WNWCCB&WNWR&WNBTE/LJ) Johnny Depp World Premiere of 'Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street' at Ziegfeld Theatre - Arrivals New York City, USA - 03.12.07

* HOLLYWOOD STARS TO BOYCOTT GOLDEN GLOBES LATEST: Hollywood stars like JULIA ROBERTS, KEIRA KNIGHTLEY and JOHNNY DEPP look set to boycott next weekend's (13Jan08) Golden Globes ceremony to show their support to striking writers. Actors represented by the Screen Actors' Guild (SAG) are in unanimous agreement not to ignore the plight of the Writers Guild of America union members, who are picketing over royalties. Announcing the union's decision on Friday (04Jan08), SAG president, Alan Rosenberg, said, After considerable outreach to Golden Globe actor nominees and their representatives over the past several weeks, there appears to be unanimous agreement that these actors will not cross WGA (Writers' Guild of America) picket lines. In response to the boycott action, the WGA members thanked the SAG for its solidarity and support. Other stars nominated for gongs at the prestigious ceremony include George Clooney, John Travolta, Denzel Washington, Cate Blanchett and Jodie Foster - all of whom are unlikely to appear at the awards show if the WGA members do not reach an agreement with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which organises the Golden Globes, in time for next Sunday (13Jan08). Knightley, who is up for Best Actress for her starring role in Atonement, is particularly supportive of the strike, because of her playwright mother, Sharman MacDonald. A representative for the British beauty confirms: If the strike is still in place then Keira won't cross a picket line as her mother is a writer. (MT/WNWCCB&WNWR&WNBTE/LJ) Keira Knightley Los Angeles Premiere of 'Atonement' at The Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts, and Sciences - Arrivals Los Angeles, California - 06.12.07

* HOLLYWOOD STARS TO BOYCOTT GOLDEN GLOBES LATEST: Hollywood stars like JULIA ROBERTS, KEIRA KNIGHTLEY and JOHNNY DEPP look set to boycott next weekend's (13Jan08) Golden Globes ceremony to show their support to striking writers. Actors represented by the Screen Actors' Guild (SAG) are in unanimous agreement not to ignore the plight of the Writers Guild of America union members, who are picketing over royalties. Announcing the union's decision on Friday (04Jan08), SAG president, Alan Rosenberg, said, After considerable outreach to Golden Globe actor nominees and their representatives over the past several weeks, there appears to be unanimous agreement that these actors will not cross WGA (Writers' Guild of America) picket lines. In response to the boycott action, the WGA members thanked the SAG for its solidarity and support. Other stars nominated for gongs at the prestigious ceremony include George Clooney, John Travolta, Denzel Washington, Cate Blanchett and Jodie Foster - all of whom are unlikely to appear at the awards show if the WGA members do not reach an agreement with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which organises the Golden Globes, in time for next Sunday (13Jan08). Knightley, who is up for Best Actress for her starring role in Atonement, is particularly supportive of the strike, because of her playwright mother, Sharman MacDonald. A representative for the British beauty confirms: If the strike is still in place then Keira won't cross a picket line as her mother is a writer. (MT/WNWCCB&WNWR&WNBTE/LJ) Johnny Depp Special screening of 'Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street' held at the Paramount Pictures Studios Los Angeles, California - 05.12.07

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