Stepping onto the set of one of daytime's funniest hours for the very first time, Johnny Depp made an appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Tuesday (May 8).
The "Dark Shadows" actor looked handsome in a black shirt and pin striped vest with black jeans and his signature glasses while he talked about everything from his latest film to where he gets his inspiration for some of his eccentric characters.
The 48-year-old actor is notorious for his wild and eccentric roles in multiple Tim Burton film and he shared his techniques for getting that all-important spark of inspiration on the show.
When talking to Ellen about his character for "Edward Scissorhands," he said he put himself in the mindset of a newborn who was “seeing things for the first time” as well as a dog who was demonstrating “unconditional love."
As for his Willy Wonka rendition, Johnny said he thought he tried to imagine what George Bush would be like “incredibly stoned.”
In other news, the "Pirates of the Caribbean" actor also joined his fellow cast mates, Michelle Pfeiffer and Chloe Moretz to talk about their new film "Dark Shadows, which is based off of the original 1960's ABC soap opera and is set to hit theaters May 11.