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For years, there's been talk of a Keith Richards documentary directed by Johnny Depp, with the working title Happy, but that chatter’s died down in recent months, probably lost in the shuffle of the Rolling Stones activity around their current 50th anniversary tour.
Apparently it’s back on now, as Richards told Mojo magazine that work resumed on the film in April.
Johnny Depp is certainly the right man for this job too, he was the driving force behind the awesome Doors documentary “When You’re Strange” that was incredibly well-received, plus Depp based his Captain Jack Sparrow character from the Pirates Of The Caribbean films on Richards, and the guitarist actually played his father in two of the series’ installments. Depp reportedly filmed 35 hours of footage in 2011, most of which features he and Richards sitting around drinking and chatting. Surprise!