The Infamous Johnny Depp Art and Acting


In movies, Johnny Depp is perhaps among those who have portrayed the art of acting to the next level. He is undoubtedly among Hollywood’s biggest stars today.

He appeared on the 21st Jump Street TV show and broke into the first scene when he played the part of pictures like the Platoon and Nightmare on Elm Street. When we saw Depp’s death scene on Elm Street, we instantly knew that he had that potential to craft his very own in the world of acting.

Depp’s career had been colorful and eccentric. In the nineties, he moved away from being a pretty boy to deal with challenging roles such as Edward Scissorhands and Ed Wood among others. And his status being a Hollywood superstar had been finally cemented to numerous films of The Pirates of the Caribbean. Watch Johnny Depp movies from

Edward Scissor Hands

Tim Burton / Johnny Depp’s first collaboration, Edward Scissor Hands is the best in more than 20 years. Edward Scissorhands is the modern Frankenstein. Depp played the role of an artificial boy whose inventor died before actually giving him hands. Soon, after being adopted by a local home, he instantly became a subject of contempt and fascination.

Although the movie had been compared to Frankenstein, Edward Scissorhands is actually an engaging love story about embracing the dangerous fears and creativity of human arrogance and accepting others who looked much different. Thanks to Button’s twisted imagination, he was able to portray something strange in a normal setting such as the suburbs.

In the case of Depp, Edward Scissorhands is among his memorable firsts in a career of physical changes defined by mad costumes and really heavy transforming makeup. Because of his ivory skin, his silent attitude, and his preference for blades and black leather, Edward Scissor hands have marked something in the history of filmmakingsdb. Depp’s acting skills had been challenged in this movie, but soon after we saw how he honed his skills and made it to other similar movies.

Pirates of the Caribbean

Depp took on the role of Captain Jack Sparrow in 2003. And indeed, he has shown an electrifying stunt that kids to adults love. Depp deserves a lot of credit for this iconic role which he kept for 15 years to the latest film of Pirates of the Carribean, Dead Man Tells No Tales. While it had been reported that Johnny Depp had been dismissed from the movie franchise, Depp fans would still love to see him portray Captain Jack Sparrow on top of others they may think of to take on the role next.