As a three-time Oscar nominee who’s never taken one of those gold statues home, Johnny Depp’s performance in crime biopic Black Mass is garnering buzz that he’ll be nominated again this year.
Will the fourth time be the charm? Johnny sure hopes not.
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“I don’t want to win one of those things ever, you know,”; the 52-year-old tells BBC News.
“I don’t want to have to talk,”; he explains, admitting he doesn’t want to have to give an acceptance speech.
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“They gave me one of those things, like a nomination, two or three times,”; Johnny says. “A nomination is plenty.”;
If you’re keeping score, his previous nominations were for the first Pirates of the Caribbean (2003), Finding Neverland (2004) and Sweeney Todd (2007).