I didn’t anticipate writing a Monday morning postmortem of Johnny Depp’s latest movie, Transcendence. I thought the film (despite bad reviews) would easily grab the #1 spot and rustle up $40 million. That didn’t happen, not even with the help of Morgan Freeman. Depp’s movie flopped and opened in fourth place behind Captain America 2, Rio 2, and (a Christian movie that I’d never heard of) Heaven is for Real.
How could this happen? This was the movie that Johnny promoted, um, not at all. Sure, he attended the premieres and did old-school photoshoots with interviews. Maybe Johnny realized
Kevin Sharp died Saturday due to complications from cancer, his mother sadly confirmed.
The country singer was 43 years old.
Sharp was diagnosed with this disease as a teenager. But even though his treatment did not lead to a reoccurrence, the artist’s mother says her son suffered later in life due to the effects of radiation and chemotherapy.
“He had a good, strong heart. He’s not hurting anymore,” Elaine Sharp told CNN Saturday night from her house in Fair Oaks, California.
Sharp, best known for the track “Nobody Knows,” traveled the country as a motivation speaker and
Despite the singer’s run of erratic, boorish behavior (we still aren’t over that Justin Bieber deposition just yet), The Amazing Spider-Man 2 star blames the artist’s circumstances a lot more than the artist himself.
“If I had had these opportunities when I was younger, I would have been Justin Bieber,” Garfield tells Time Out London.
Meaning what, exactly?
“If you are a 16-year-old kid and you can do whatever the f-ck you want, you’re making trillions of dollars and you have a leopard-print Ferrari, it’s not