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Johnny Depp is Dali?

dali_bio One day it will have to be officially admitted that what we have christened reality is an even greater illusion than the world of dreams. - Salvador Dali

RICHARD AND Robert Dupont, of the old Andy Warhol daze in N.Y.C., remembered enough about those heady times to earn associate producer credits on the upcoming "Factory Girl" movie about Edie Sedgwick. Now the Dupont brothers are writing their own screenplay about that fabled artist of the surreal, the late Salvador Dali. They hope to produce through their own Double-Take Productions, and want Blitz664_JohnnyDeppJohnny Depp as the painter of all things odd. deppIf you've seen Johnny in his flamboyant "Pirates" outings, you know Dali would be a walk in the park . - Liz Smith of the NY Post

My favorite Dali experience, Un Chein Adalou (1929).
Directed by Luis Buenel and conceptualized by Salvidor Dali...youtube rules for having this and A trip to the moon(1902)

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