Johnny Depp will produce a modern version of "Don Quixote"

http://www.nydailynews.com/polopoly_fs/1.1195974!/img/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_370/image.jpgJohnny Depp seems not enough to play the Captain Sparrow in the saga of "Pirates of the Caribbean" now just joined, along with his producer at the Disney factory to produce a new version of "Don Quixote".

Actor Johnny Depp is in full throttle and has no free space in his schedule to take a short rest. To have even less time, according to information from Deadline, the actor has decided to join his Infinitum Nihil production company to a new project in the hands of the Disney factory: make a new version of "Don Quixote".

So far as the writers have been chosen Steve Pink and Jeff Morris to write the script, and producer Christi Dembrowski is happy to work alongside Johnny Depp for this new version of the literary classic.

Although there is still no sight no actor to do a protagonist, is no doubt that Depp himself who ultimately will do the role as it is not the first time that the actor tries to get under the skin of the knight errant. 

Some time ago, Johnny Depp was involved in a project that had to do with the character of Don Alonso Quijano. It was in the film that the film director Terry Gilliam wanted to perform with the title "The Man Killed Don Quixote". 

But the film was never completed due to a number of circumstances. On one side were the health problems of the actor who was to play Don Quixote, actor Jean Rochefort, and secondly successive funding problems to make the film. Ultimately, the project ended up being a documentary titled "Lost in La Mancha".

This time Johnny Depp and Disney does not want the same to happen and want to go for a new version of "Don Quixote" who expect to be successful. And to realize how well they have worked together, we can see that both successful film works have been performed. Take the case of "Alice in Wonderland" or "Pirates of the Caribbean".

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