Johnny Depp has delighted a fan by transforming into his most beloved character upon meeting him.
The 59-year-old Pirates of the Caribbean star was filmed chatting with a fan before slipping effortlessly into the iconic role of Captain Jack Sparrow.
As he starts talking to her normally in the clip, he soon adopts Jack’s slurred speech patterns and starts talking about the rum.
Scary! Johnny Depp has delighted a fan by becoming his most beloved character upon meeting them
The wholesome interaction was shared on TikTok with fans who enthusiastically praised the actor for his transformation.
But many were surprised by the star’s clean-shaven appearance and even dismissed the video as being of him.
But when his perfect impression of Jack Sparrow begins, it becomes clear that he can be none other than Johnny himself.
Johnny has previously been seen donning the pirate’s famous voice and mannerisms for fans.
Iconic role: The 59-year-old Pirates of the Caribbean star was filmed chatting with a fan before effortlessly becoming Captain Jack Sparrow (left)
He previously donned the costume to surprise children at the hospital, in character as Jack.
And he once surprised guests at Disneyland by appearing among the wax figures on the Pirates of the Caribbean ride.
It comes after it was reported that Johnny is set to “return” to Pirates of the Caribbean after being cut from the franchise in 2018.
He’s starred in five Pirates movies in the last 15 years and made what was believed to be his last trip on the Black Pearl in Dead Men Tell No Tales, which was released in 2017.
Enjoying it: Johnny has previously been seen donning the famous pirate voice and mannerisms for fans (pictured at Disney’s D23 in 2015)
But a source told Poptopic that the actor has been in talks with Disney for a “$300 million settlement” after winning his libel case against Amber Heard.
The source revealed that Disney is interested in fixing the relationship with Johnny and recently reached out to him.
They said: ‘The actor was contacted prior to his libel case against Amber Heard and asked if he would be interested in coming back for another pirate movie or two.
Funny: he has previously donned the costume to surprise children at the hospital, in the character of Jack (pictured at the Curie Institute in 2018)
The source added that another project for Disney Plus is in the works. They said, “The deal is reportedly for Johnny Depp to return as Jack Sparrow in Pirates of the Caribbean 6 and a Disney Plus spin-off series about the early life of The Black Pearl captain.”
They continued, “What I can tell you is that the studio has already written a draft for a movie about Jack Sparrow, so they are very hopeful that Johnny will forgive them and come back as his iconic character.”
The source said the media house is working on a “$301 million deal” to lure Depp in soon and is also reportedly adding a “huge donation” to a charity of Depp’s choosing as a gesture of goodwill. Will.
Return? It comes after it was reported that Johnny is set to ‘return’ to Pirates of the Caribbean after being cut from the franchise in 2018.
The Edward Scissorhands star previously told jurors he didn’t want to work with Disney again after he was cut from the sixth Pirates movie.
His legal team claims that Johnny lost a $22 million payday after Amber published her op-ed in the Washington Post in 2018 that did not identify Johnny but clearly labeled him a domestic abuser.
Johnny said he felt “guilty until proven innocent” with Disney executives.
Original Pirates screenwriter Stuart Beattie was the first to publicly confirm that Disney Studios dropped the star in 2018 as they reworked the entire franchise.
Speaking exclusively to DailyMailTV at a red carpet event in Hollywood, Beattie confirmed on camera that the reboot means Depp is no longer Sparrow.
He nodded when it was suggested that Depp was out, saying: “I think he’s had a good run.” Obviously, he’s made that character his own, and it’s become the character that he’s most famous for now.
“And kids all over the world love him as that character, so I think it’s been great for him, it’s been great for us, so I’m very, very happy about that.”
Split: The Edward Scissorhands star previously told jurors he didn’t want to work with Disney again after he was cut from the sixth Pirates movie