Johnny Depp admitted that he was overpaid when he made $300 million for the “Pirates of the Carribean” movies, but says he has to secure his kids’ futures, so he didn’t turn it down.  His statement prompted a blog contributor to suggest that since liberal Hollywood stars are so opposed to overpaid corportate CEOs, maybe Hollywood should adopt a policy that no star is paid more than 10 times what the lowest paid-intern makes.

- If this goes through, when actors say, “I don’t do it for the money… I do it for my craft”, they’ll be talking about the “Kraft Macaroni & Cheese” they’ll be reduced to living on.    

- The only Hollywood stars I believe may actually need $300 million to “secure their kids futures” are Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.