When it comes to weddings, the bride and what she's wearing usually take center stage — but not when Johnny Depp is involved.
The 51-year-old star is known for his onscreen costumes as whimsical as the trippy Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland and the dreadlocked Captain Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. Actually, the oversized scarves, really tall hats, and ever-changing specs that he sports offscreen — sometimes with a decorative cane — make for some pretty bizarre looks, too.
So as Depp and actress Amber Heard reportedly prepare to walk down the aisle on his private island in the Bahamas this weekend, we're kind of curious as to what he'll be wearing to exchange vows. Heard, 28, is expected to wear Stella McCartney, but we're expecting something equally amazing from the groom. We can only hope he finds inpiration from some of his quirky characters. The custom creation below includes elements from many of Depp's roles crammed into a once-in-a-lifetime look appropriate for a milestone event such as a wedding. Can you pick them out?
In case you can't identify them all, let us break his imagined wedding ensemble down for you. His top hat is from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, worn along with his beloved glasses, which are being sported by the bird on his head from The Lone Ranger. Depp's mustache is from Mortdecai; the leather jacket from Cry-Baby; one of his colorful Hawaiian shirts from Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas; his pinstripe pants from Sweeney Todd; and his swashbuckling boots from the Pirates of the Caribbean movies. As impressive finishing touches, Depp has a cane that's just for show on one side and scissorhands from Edward Scissorhands on the other. Is a look as crazy as this too much for us to hope for?
Probably. Depp has been known to wear relatively plain designer suits for fancy events before topped with a big hat and maybe a scarf. He might surprise us and simply show up outfitted like any other movie star for his wedding — you know, perfectly polished and gorgeous. Provided, of course, he doesn't tangle with a pesky chupacabra on the way to the ceremony.