Infinitum Nihil


Meaning "Infinite Nothing" was described as Johnny Depp's best kept secret, is his production house that has largely been kept away from the public eye. It was founded in 2004 along with his sister Christi Dembrowski and Sam Sarker. The production house has a three-year deal with Graham King’s Initial Entertainment Group. Johnny is expected to Produce and Star in some of the movies that will come out of the production house and currently has films in various stages of development. Barry Levine, Radical Comics is Producer for Infinitum Nihil and Executive Producer for the in development Warner Brothers’ REX MUNDI movie, written by Jim Uhls.

Casting Call For The Rum Diary

Feb 15, 2009

Talent Hunters has announced a Casting Call for Johnny Depps The Rum Diary. So if you fancy your chances log onto Talent Hunters or Contact The Denise Chamian Agency. Details are as Follows:

Johnny Depp Feature The Rum Diary
Location: (nationwide)
Category: Feature Film
Types Looking for: Actor
Gender: female,male

Status: Active
Union: No

Description:

Based on the novel by Hunter S. Thompson and Directed by Bruce Robinson, The Rum Diary is due to begin production. Johnny will produce and star in the movie. Denise Chamian Primetime Emmy Nominee is the casting director and has been involved in casting movies such as POTC and Hancock. Begun in 1959 by a then-twenty-two-year-old Hunter S. Thompson, The Rum Diary details the life and events of Paul Kemp: He's a freelance journalist who finds himself at a critical turning point in his life while writing for a run-down newspaper in the Caribbean. Paul is challenged on many levels as he tries to carve out a more secure niche for himself amidst a group of lost souls all bent on self-destruction. Thompson delivers a potent story that pushes the sometimes brutal truth of human relations into your face in such a way that it would be absurd to not laugh.

Female or Male All Ethnicities 18 to 65

4 comments:

Melanie Amelia Neofitou said...

Oooh cast me, I'm a starfish, although...

I'm beached in a puddle of hot chocolate on the island at the top of the world. I have no agent. I'm a random. I'm chaos running into order he he. Oh well and lead submarines. Sorry, monster mermaids don't have much time to escape from Never Never Land.

Love you all my darlings! Keep up the good dreaming. Purple kisses and nautical hugs,

Melanie Amelia Neofitou.

Melanie Amelia Neofitou said...

oh yeah, and I'm no where near Puerto Rico.

JamesB said...

Hi Johnny - how are you? Hope yourself and your family are well.

You are - my favourite actor. Thankyou so much for giving me the oppurtunity to subscribe to Infinitum - I literally cannot type in words how much it means!
Love all your collaborations with Tim, and heard about the next - Dark Shadows - today - can't wait!

POTC are my absolute favourite movies!

Once I heard you were gonna do The Rum Diary - I've bought it and have since read it twice - electrifying - and I know you'll make it even more so!

Best of luck with everything!

Thanks again :)

Take care,

James Burgess (20, UK).

SheMuses said...

Is this site every going to be active again? After linking up I have been saddened to see that nothing new is happening here...but I'm sure there are an infinite number of 'nothing' thoughts that could be misconstrued as inspirational, poignant, funny and/or challenging.
Bring back the dead.
Please?

Infinitum Nihil Title Descriptions


Caliber

The Arthurian legend as retold in the American Old West, with all of its great symbolism, magic and spirit of adventure. The Knights of the Round Table are all gunslingers bound by a code of honor to protect the weak and defend the innocent until they are undone from within by their own moral corruption. In this tale, Caliber itself is a tattooed six-gun, given to Arthur by the Indians and imbued with supernatural power. The secret of the gun is that it is never loaded with bullets, but when a man with Justice on his side is holding it, it can fire. When it does, it fires Thunder itself and never misses. (Status Unknown)

Inamorata

Set in 1920's Philadelphia, a Harvard graduate student falls in love with a beautiful psychic whom he is attempting to discredit as a fraud. Inamorata Inspired by real-life events, this chilling and atmospheric debut novel marks the arrival of a young writer with tremendous promise. It is the 1920s, and Spiritualism is all the rage. With séances taking place in parlors across the country and Harry Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle arguing metaphysics in the papers, the media embraces the feverish obsession with the paranormal. Twenty-three-year-old Harvard graduate Martin Finch is sent by Scientific American on the investigative opportunity of a lifetime: an examination of the powers of Philadelphia "society psychic" Mina Crawley. But Finch, prepared to debunk a fraud, instead finds himself falling under the spell of the beguiling Mrs. Crawley - and uncovering a truth darker than any he could have imagined. (Script)

Peoples Act of Love

Anna Petrovna, a beautiful, restless photographer, is raising her young son by herself amid this brutal landscape. Stationed nearby is a company of Czech soldiers, desperate to get home but on the losing side of the recent conflict. Into this isolated community trudges Samarin, an escapee from Russia's northernmost prison camp. Immediately apprehended, he is brought before Captain Matula, the Czech company's megalomaniac commander. But the stranger's appearance has caught the attention of others, including that of Anna Petrovna. And when a local shaman is found murdered, suspicion and terror engulf this village. (Optioned)

The Invention of Hugo Cabret

Twelve-year-old Hugo lives in the walls of a busy Paris train station, where his survival depends on secrets and anonymity. But when his world suddenly interlocks with an eccentric girl and the owner of a small toy booth in the train station, Hugo’s undercover life, and his most precious secret, is put in jeopardy. A cryptic drawing, a treasured notebook, a stolen key, a mechanical man, and a hidden message all come together...in The Invention of Hugo Cabret. (Optioned)

In The Hand Of Dante

Deep in the lowest reaches of the Vatican library, a secret chamber is opened for the first time in centuries. Inside it is an object of inestimable value: the manuscript of The Divine Comedy, written in Dante's own hand.
The priest who finds this treasure spirits it away to his home in Sicily, where it comes into the grasp of more worldly parties. And so in New York a few weeks later, a sometime writer, sometime thief named Nick Tosches gets a phone call from a friend. There's an item he wants him to look at, a manuscript that needs authentication. Tosches recognizes the pages for what they are—and embarks on the most harrowing adventure of his life.

As this story unfolds, so too does a parallel tale: the odyssey, seven hundred years ago, of Dante himself, a man trying to weave out of the grossness of his own humanity a poem that contains the sum of the world's wisdom and the very breath of the diving. It is every bit as deadly a struggle as that among the individuals fighting to possess his manuscript centuries later. (Optioned)


The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters

The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters is set in a city few have traveled to, featuring three heroes. Miss Temple, Cardinal Chang and Dr Swenson who are trying to do the right thing, seeking answers to questions they do not understand, while lost in a city teeming with Victorian ingenuity and evil skullduggery, where villains and other enemies lurk around every corner. (Status Unknown)