A Madison man recaps his Public Enemies experience. Corey Udler said the Hollywood film makers who shot scenes for the Johnny Depp gangster vehicle are all about historical accuracy. "They give you a 1930s hairstyle," said Udler, who was togged out in what he called a "standout" suit, blue pinstripes, and a bow tie: "that was hot."
Udler lugged around a heavy old flash camera during a long day of filming Wednesday in Darlington, for his role as a newspaper photographer in a courtroom scene. "If you see a really good looking guy with a camera and a bow tie, that's going to be me," said Udler. And yes, Udler, who works for a Madison TV station, did get to meet Johnny Depp — twice. Udler said Depp is "a really nice guy."