Johnny Depp Lyp-Synched!

No, not in the “Sweeney Todd” movie — the Deppster lyp-synched in “Cry-Baby.” At least that’s what director John Waters, who directed the 1990 flick, now heading for Broadway as a musical, told scribe Michael Musto. Speaking of the guy who did Depp’s singing, Waters said: “It was James Intveld, who also did the singing for Johnny Knoxville in ‘A Dirty Shame.’ We heard a tape of Johnny Depp singing and it was good, but he was a little nervous of himself at the time and Intveld was the voice. He’s my Marni Nixon. Maybe I made a mistake.” Or maybe Tim Burton made a mistake by not using Intveld?

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