To anyone that even tries to bully Johnny Depp’s kids, be warned – he will destroy you.
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Depp was on the panel during a press conference to promote his latest film Black Mass debuting at the Toronto International Film Festival. The movie follows Whitey Bulger, an Irish-American gangster who became an FBI informant to take down a Mafia family.
In one scene, Depp’s character Bulger tells his son how to fight on the playground and for Depp, that was a piece of advice he took with him to the real world.
“If someone tried to bully my kid, if they didn’t destroy the little booger, I would,” he said.
So to all of the school bullies out there: don’t even think about laying a finger on Lily-Rose or Jack John.
Depp believes his methods were formed after listening to some advice his mother gave to him when he was a child:
“I remember when I was a kid you know, I was little maybe six or seven years old, there was some little horror at the school who was kind of needling me or whatever. And then I told my mom or something and my mom you know… coming from nothing but hillbillies. My mom said to me, ‘All right here’s the deal, the next time anybody puts their hands on you pick up a brick and lay them out.’ And I’ve taken that advice ever since.”
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The movie had its first screening Monday night, but will be hitting theatres September 18.
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