Johnny Depp not bothered by Rum success 

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Johnny Depp stars as a journalist who moves to Puerto Rico in the 1960s after he grows tired of living in America under the Eisenhower Administration. While there he tries to resist corruption as he works for a newspaper called the San Juan Star. He also becomes obsessed with a beautiful woman named Chenault (Amber Heard). Based on the novel by Hunter S. Thompson.
November 13th, 2011

Johnny Depp "couldn't give a rat's a**e" if his new film is a success.

The 48-year-old actor's new movie 'The Rum Diary' has proved a flop at the US box office since its release but he insists he never worries about his movies making a lot of money and he thinks the film will stand the test of time.

He said: "It's always a c**p shoot and really if you have that in your head while you're making a movie the process would become something very different. No, I couldn't give a rat's arse [about the money), not really.

"I believe that this film, regardless of what it makes in, you know, Wichita, Kansas, this week - which is probably about $13 - it doesn't make any difference.

"I believe that this film will have a shelf life. I think it will stick around and people will watch it and enjoy it."

Johnny also believes the film - which is based on the semi-biographical book of the same name by gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson - will "most definitely" be a bigger hit in Europe because it is too "intelligent" for American audiences.

The actor - who lives in France with his long-term partner Vanessa Paradis and their two children - added: "It's something that will be more appreciated over here (in Europe) I think. Because it's - well, I think it's an intelligent film. And a lot of times, outside the big cities in the States, they don't want that."