Brian Cox appears similar to his character Logan Roy — in that the man speaks his thoughts, even when it is on the expense of Johnny Depp, whom he considers … eh, not that nice.
The “Succession” star let his ideas about Depp (and others) fly in his new memoir, “Placing the Rabbit within the Hat,” an excerpt of which GQ obtained and revealed Friday. Within the textual content, he takes goal at Depp for what he considers … sub-par appearing chops.
Whereas reminiscing about passing on an enormous position for the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ franchise, Cox writes, “It will have been a money-spinner, however of all of the components in that movie it was essentially the most thankless, plus I might have ended up doing it for movie after movie and missed out on all the opposite good issues I’ve achieved.”
He provides, “One other factor with ‘Pirates’ … it’s totally a lot the “Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow” present, and Depp, personable although I am certain he’s, is so overblown, so overrated.”
BC wasn’t achieved criticizing Depp simply but … he continues, “I imply, ‘Edward Scissorhands.’ Let’s face it, when you come on with palms like that and pale, scarred-face make-up, you do not have to do something. And he did not. And subsequently, he is achieved even much less.”
JD wasn’t the one actor Cox had phrases for … he additionally took some photographs at Edward Norton, whom he describes as “a pleasant lad however a little bit of a ache within the arse as a result of he fancies himself as a writer-director.”
You may read his story for your self, however let’s simply say … Spike Lee set Ed straight on the set of “twenty fifth Hour,” in line with Brian.