Lily-Rose Depp Has The Word “Cunning” Written Over Her Face In Some Of Johnny Depp’s NFT Works And Is Being Harassed Online By His Fans
Now that his most recent Trial of the Century is over, Johnny Depp has a bit of free time to relax, reflect and create art before his next trial begins when he’ll face off against Gregg “Rocky” Brooks, a crew member who is accusing Johnny of assault on the set of City of Lies back in 2017. BuzzFeed reports that Johnny’s been hard at work in his studio creating one-of-a-kind masterpieces for his NFT project called Never Fear Truth, which he launched in January. According to his website, the NTFs on offer are digital images of photographs of “People he has known well, and who have inspired him as a person,” that Jonny’s smeared with paint, sharpies and god know what else, to create an image that “is an intimate reflection of their character in Johnny’s eyes; a portrayal of how they have revealed themselves to him.” One of Johnny’s frequent subjects is his daughter Lily-Rose Depp, who, incidentally, is currently being attacked on social media by Depp trolls for not publicly showing support for Johnny during his trial.
NFT stands for “no fucking thanks” as far as I’m concerned, but actor/producer Seth Green is an avid collector of non-fungible tokens and lost four of his valuable ones in a phishing scam earlier this month. To many, this just sounds like an inconvenient and expensive bummer, but Since Seth was planning to use one of the “Bored Apes” in his collection of tokens as a main character in a show he’s producing, the theft turned into more than just a grown rich man having the sads after losing one of his pricy digital Pokémon cards. Continue reading
Phew, we can finally stop worrying about Ezra Miller. TMZ reports that there’s a perfectly good reason for their recent arrests and legal trouble in Hawaii. Like Shia LaBeouf before them, Ezra did it all in the name of ART. Only in Ezra’s case, in the name of NFTART.
Last September, Canadian director David Cronenberg got into the NFT game when he auctioned off his one-minute-long short, The Death of David Cronenberg. The film sold for 25 ether, which is approximately $90,000. David is known for fucked-up movies like The Fly, Videodrome, Scanners, and Crash (the 1996 flick about people who get turned on by car crashes, not the Best Picture winner about racism). He is considered a pioneer in the “body horror” film genre. So, for his latest NFT, David is serving us some very personal body horror: a photograph of his kidney stones.
Brie Larson already got roasted for shilling NFTs and so I guess she decided “Why not take it even further into the technological realm of idiocy?” Fortune says that Brie has announced that she’s a part of the metaverse. Brie has created her own little corner of digital bullshit for you to… look at? I guess? You’re not putting your consciousness into a program–you just look at it. It’s nothing–this is all nothing.
Brie Larson has joined the club! What club, you may ask? Well, it would appear that she’s currently the secretary-treasurer of the Celebrities Who Brought Ten Tons of Cringe by Shamelessly Plugging NFTs. Hot on the heels of Jimmy Fallon and Paris Hilton’s awkward NFT infomercial, Gwyneth Paltrow’s embarrassing shill, and Justin Bieber’s giant waste of money, we have Oscar-winner Brie Larson deciding to jump into the NFT promotion game. However, Brie quickly learned that the only people who think celebrity-backed NFTs are pretty much just the other celebrities pushing NFTs.