Johnny Depp hates being called a “Hollywood celebrity”.
The ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ star has become a household name after starring in several blockbuster hits, but he doesn’t want to be considered a celebrity because he finds the term “grotesque”.
He said: “First and most important is to never consider yourself a Hollywood celebrity. That’s death and grotesque. I’ve always been drawn to … people who are diligent in remaining themselves.”
Johnny spoke as he attended the 2020 San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain on Monday (21.09.20), where he was promoting ‘Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds With Shane MacGowan’, which he produced.
And the 57-year-old actor said he’s a fan of the annual film festival, as he doesn’t think many “Hollywood types” attend the event.
He added to Variety magazine: “This festival always has the least of … let’s call them Hollywood types. I feel San Sebastian is truly a festival about cinema, about the filmmakers, about the people who work on them and get these…