JOHNNY Depp looked a little untiday at his latest movie premiere, and a TV interview left viewers confused, wondering what has happened to him.
Depp arrived in London for the premiere of Murder on the Orient Express at London's Royal Albert Hall with his bow tie undone, looking untidy.
Depp met with fans on the red carpet and posed for photos alone and with his fellow cast members at the event, with his tie undone the whole time.
Michelle Pfeiffer, Judi Dench, Penélope Cruz, Derek Jacobi, Daisy Ridley and Olivia Colman were all at the premiere, and outshone him in the fashion stakes as they posed for photographs.
The film is based on the Agatha Christie classic novel and follows passengers stuck on a train after one is murdered.
One of the standout actresses on the red carpet was Pfeiffer, who at 59, impressed onlookers with her Hollywood star power as she wore a floor-length silver gown with draped sleeves.
Fans were left scratching their heads when Depp also did a TV interview with Graham Norton.
Viewers took to social media, asking what had happened to the Pirates of the Carribean actor while he appeared on the popular BBC talk show.
Fans turned to Twitter as Depp spoke of his dream of going to Disneyland dressed as Captain Jack Sparrow and pretending to be a statue.
He said: "I was very excited to stand rock still and then shout out (in Jack's voice), 'Oi, what you lookin' at?' I got no reaction whatsoever - nothing! I then had to start describing the people I was shouting at so they knew I was real … it was exhausting and such a bad idea!"
Some speculated over whether he was ill.
Norton has been hit by a social media backlash over the episode, where Depp appeared with his co-stars from the film.
His appearance sparked debate among viewers who felt having him there was hypocritical, given how many cases of alleged abuse have come out in Hollywood recently, The UK's Independent reports.
Depp was previously accused of domestic violence by his ex-wife Amber Heard last year. Depp has always denied all allegations of abuse.
Heard alleged she was abused emotionally and physically during their marriage in court documents.
Depp and Heard also released a joint statement after reaching a settlement where they acknowledged their relationship was "volatile", but said: "Neither party has made false accusations for financial gain. There was never any intent of physical or emotional harm."
But not all viewers were happy to see him on the TV couch.
Norton also opened the show with jokes targeting Kevin Spacey, which did not go down well.
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