In a fringed jacket and braided hair, clean-shaven Johnny Depp caught the attention as he jetted off from Paris.
The actor had the costume fitting for his first movie in over two years. Sadly, it has nothing to do with the Pirates.
Depp will star as King Louie XV in the upcoming movie directed by Maiwenn Le Besco, a French filmmaker, and actor.
Johnny Depp, 59, completed his look with a fedora and a pair of Ray-Bans. He carried a briefcase with a scarf attached to it, looking eccentric and fashionable, as expected.
Earlier that day, Depp was in a linen suit with a different cap. Despite trying to avoid cameras, Depp presently greeted fans and, later, airport security.
Of course, the star wore his signature silver rings.
The news about Depp's role as King Louie XV came at the same time as gossip started regarding his potential return to the Pirates Of The Caribbean.
Depp was a lead for 15 years, and the last movie, Black Pearl in Dead Men Tell No Tales, was released in 2017.
While Poptopic reported that the actor is in talks with Disney, the news was debunked by Depp's agent.
The Edward Scissorhands star told the jury in Virginia he would not work with Disney again after he was released from the sixth movie of the franchise.
He also said that he was "guilty until proven innocent" in the eyes of Disney executives.
Depp sued Heard over the op-ed she wrote for the Washington Post, describing herself as "a public figure representing domestic abuse."
Depp won on all three counts of defamation, as the jury found he was defamed with specific statements in the 2018 piece.
Heard should pay him 10 million plus punitive damages, which for Virginia are 350k dollars.
Heard admitted through her lawyer that she cannot afford the $8.3 million in damages awarded to Depp. It is expected for Heard to appeal the decision.
The lawyers for Depp and Heard did not reach a last-minute agreement.
Judge Penney Azcarate finalized the verdict as she entered a judgment order into the court record after a brief hearing in Fairfax County Circuit Court. Neither Depp nor Heard was present.