Johnny Depp In Talks for J.C. Chandor Directed ‘Triple Frontier’ | Film News
Johnny Depp may have been left out in the cold for his role in Black Mass but it seems that he has caught the crime drama bug. In early talks to be in J.C. Chandor’s crime thriller Triple Frontier, announced back in 2009 Depp was the original choice for then writer-director Kathryn Bigelow – known for The Hurt Locker – and screenwriter Mark Boal. Bigelow fell off the project when the studio demanded she cast Will Smith, who now seems to have disappeared and Depp seems to have come back in under new director J.C. Chandor, still using Boal’s script.
It’s a good year for Depp already, starring in Alice Through the Looking Glass, Yoga Hosers and recently wrapping Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, coming out May 2017.
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