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Johnny Depp Gives Out His Handprints for a Cause

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A book by James Preston called Celebrity Handprints will be released on December 1, and Johnny Depp has contributed his handprints for the project. He’s not the only one; his Pirates of the Caribbean costars Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley have thrown in theirs, along with Gwen Stefani and David Beckham. The individual handprints are currently going for £50.

All profits from the book will go to BBC Children in Need as well as Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. Apart from that, 30% from the sale of individual handprints will also go back to the two charities.

See the Celebrity Handprints site to learn more about the project.

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