Since the beginning of both careers, Johnny Depp and Tim Burton have been prolific collaborators, but the quality of their pairs has varied, necessitating ranking their films from worst to best. From Edward Scissorhands In 1990 to Dark shades In 2012, Depp appeared in eight Tim Burton films, more than any other actor. However, the two haven’t worked together over the past decade, despite recent rumors that Depp was going to play Uncle Fester in Burton’s Netflix series. Wednesday.
Johnny Depp was still in the early stages of his career when he began working with Tim Burton, having been mostly known for his first film in 1984. A Nightmare on Elm Street and the 1987 TV series 21 Jump Street in time. Their first collaboration came with Edward Scissorhands in 1990, which was Tim Burton’s fourth feature, Then Pee-Wee’s Big AdventureAnd the BeetlejuiceAnd the Batman. Their continued collaboration over the next two decades would make Tim Burton and Johnny Depp synonymous with each other. Here are all eight of their films together, in order.
8/8 Dark Shadows (2012)
By the time of the last collaboration, dark shadows, Based on the supernatural soap opera from the 1960s, the working relationship between Tim Burton and Johnny Depp was already tenuous. It was almost expected that any project directed by Tim Burton would somehow involve Depp, and the actor donning flashy white makeup and playing unusual characters has become a cliché.
While the door is always open for them to reunite in the future, Dark shades It can be considered the end point of Tim Burton’s career as he depended on choosing Johnny Depp in most of his films. Dark shades It also marked the end of Tim Burton’s work with Helena Bonham Carter, with whom he romantically separated in 2014. However, there is one major positive from Dark shades It was the beginning of Tim Burton’s collaboration with Eva Green, who not only played her character best Dark shades But he will return in his later films Miss Peregrine’s home for special children And the Dumbo.
7/8 Alice in Wonderland (2010)
the problem with Alice in Wonderland Not the movie itself but how it highlighted Tim Burton’s increasing reliance on Johnny Depp’s casting. As the Mad Hatter, Depp is a supporting character to Mia Wasikowska who goes by the name Alice. However, since it was a more popular name than Wasikowska, it got top billing, with the Mad Hatter’s clownish make-up circulating throughout the film’s marketing.
Alice in Wonderland It still ended up being one of Tim Burton’s last big box office successes, thanks in large part to its debut three months later. symbol picture And ride the 3D movie craze. While Mia Wasikowska and Johnny Depp returned after six years for the sequel Alice through the looking glass, Tim Burton opted to return only in a production capacity. Instead, the 2016 film was directed by James Bobin.
6/8 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
Johnny Depp has been cast as Willy Wonka in the Tim Burton re-adaptation Charlie and the Chocolates The factory after a six-year hiatus from the two working together. This was the longest gap between their collaboration until their current demise. By this point, Depp has become a star after appearing in his first movie Pirates of the Caribbean films, giving him a much larger cache at the box office than with his previous collaboration with Burton. But, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Has the added baggage of the inevitable comparisons to Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and the still-beloved performance by Gene Wilder in the titular role.
The decision to make Johnny Depp’s Willy Wonka an unusual child was a choice. While this was enough to separate Depp’s performance from that of Gene Wilder, this characterization received unpleasant comparisons to Michael Jackson upon the release of the remake. while Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Far from the worst collaboration between Johnny Depp and Tim Burton, it marked the point where Depp’s characters began to be highlighted solely because of their weirdness.
5/8 Corpse Bride (2005)
stop motion movie corpse of the bride He was released after only three months Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Loosely based on a Jewish folktale, corpse of the bride It ended up being Johnny Depp’s best of two collaborations with Tim Burton in 2005. Part of this is because the animator allowed Depp to disappear into the character of Victor Van Dort.
corpse of the bride It was the first and only time Johnny Depp was involved in one of Tim Burton’s stop-motion projects. corpse of the bride It was also the first such film directed by Burton, which had previously been misattributed to Henry Selleck The nightmare before christmas And the James and the Giant Peach, with Burton involved as producer solely on these two films. By the time of Burton’s next stop motion movie, frankenweenie, In late 2012, Burton and Depp did indeed go their separate ways after the release of Dark shades. It remains to be seen if there will be any Tim Burton movies in the future or if Johnny Depp will be a part of them.
4/8 Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)
A later collaboration between Johnny Depp and Tim Burton, 2007 Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street He is the best. The film is based on Stephen Sondheim’s 1979 musical of the same name, and Depp goes all out in his performance as the vengeful barber turned serial killer of the title. The film also allowed Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter to show off their singing skills, with mixed results.
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street It was the culmination of Johnny Depp and Tim Burton’s collaboration up to that point. The musical’s horror aesthetic matched incredibly well with Burton’s gothic visuals, and Depp was the best man to take on the lead role. Sweeney Todd It is also notable for being the film debut of Jamie Campbell Bower, better known as Vecna on Weird thingsSuch as Sweeney ToddThe real protagonist, Anthony Hope.
3/8 Sleepy Hollow (1999)
The argument from this point on is that Johnny Depp’s collaboration with Tim Burton from the ’90s is the best. Part of the reason for this comes from how each of their collaborations this decade had a multi-year gap between them. Burton’s reimagining of Sleepy Hollow The last collaboration was in the ’90s, and it arrived five years later Ed Wood. However, the hiatus would have been shorter had Johnny Depp been cast, as intended, as Jason Stone in 1996. Mars Attacks!a role that instead went to Michael J. Fox.
Johnny Depp was willing to make himself up to appear as Ichabod Crane as described in Washington Irving’s original 1820 short story “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.” However, Tim Burton’s movie changed Crane from a school teacher to an unconventional cop who travels to the town of Sleepy Hollow to investigate the supernatural beheadings of the Headless Horseman. As such, rather than being physically meek, Deep Crane’s acting portrays him as a highly sensitive individual.
2/8 Ed Wood (1994)
Johnny Depp’s second collaboration with Tim Burton was by far the most visible. A biography of the infamous B-movie maker of the same name, Ed Wood He sees Burton and Deb treat their subject with great respect. Depp portrays Ed Wood with widespread marvel as someone who is proud to be considered the worst filmmaker ever.
Ed Wood is a movie that can be viewed as interchangeable with the top pick on this list. considered a lot Ed Wood to be Tim Burton’s best movie, mainly because it still stands out from the rest of his filmography. However, it is ultimately up to personal opinion whether this one is ahead of the next in the list of all Tim Burton movies.
1/8 Edward Scissorhands (1990)
To put things in context, when Johnny Depp was cast as the titular character in Tim Burton Edward ScissorhandsHe was still in the middle of his breakthrough role in the TV series 21 Jump Street. He played the very unusual titular title role of Edward Scissorhands Help Deb escape from a teenage heartthrob situation 21 Jump Street gave it. Tim Burton also had a level of creative freedom given to him Edward Scissorhands After success Batman last year.
while Edward Scissorhands If Johnny Depp went through the intense makeup that would become a regular part of his collaborations with Tim Burton, the film stands out for how the actor delivers a primarily silent performance. Left unfinished in a mansion after the death of the inventor who made it (a remarkable cameo by Vincent Price in his final movie role), childlike Edward Scissorhands speaks 150 words. As such, Johnny Depp’s performance relies heavily on his movements and facial expressions. This helps make the first collaboration between Johnny Depp and Tim Burton their best.
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