Working with Johnny Depp seems like quite an exciting endeavor — but it could also be ever-so-slightly, well, strange. The actor, after all, is as known for his deeply eccentric ways as he is for his incredible acting skills. So, when Leslie Odom Jr. — who worked with Depp on Murder on The Orient Express — appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on November 28, one caller was keen to hear the behind-the-scenes scoop from the set of the mystery flick.
Addressing Odom Jr., the caller asked: "What was the most magical moment you had with Johnny Depp on the set of Murder on the Orient Express?" The question drew a quick, knowing smile and slight chuckle from Andy Cohen's guest.
"[Depp] has a really strange, but wonderful sense of humor," the former Hamilton actor replied. "Most of us have our regular life, and we spend [a small amount of] time a movie set. If you're doing four or five movies a year, it's like you spend [a ton of] time on a movie set, and [a small amount of] time in your regular life."
Since Depp does indeed work on several flicks a year, Odom Jr. referred to a movie set as Depp's "home," where there's no hierarchy and the movie star will chat with anyone on set.
Sometimes, though, those discussions do lead into ... indecipherable waters. Take a peek at at the clip above to learn the bizarre thing Depp said to his co-star Josh Gad. Hint: it involves where he'd like to take Judi Dench.