Just hours away from the European premiere of Murder on the Orient Express, Johnny Depp enjoyed a night of naughty revelry in London.
The 54-year-old actor was clad in full Twenties garb, complete with a pinstripe suit, slicked back hair and thin moustache, as he headed out in the capital on Wednesday after a night at Soho’s The Box nightclub.
Appearing bleary-eyed, he departed while surrounded by aides, after an evening at the hotspot – which is described on its website as a theatre of varieties, in which cabaret acts have been known to perform using excrement and sex acts.
Puffing on a cigarillo, his slicked back hair and moustache truly tied together all elements of the retro look to perfection.
While Johnny is typically seen in bohemian-style ensembles, this look was worlds away from his usual style. In the movie, Johnny stars as doomed gangster Samuel Ratchett – who is depicted in ensembles extremely similar to his look on Wednesday.
The Box has long-been iconic for its wild ways, with many acts including the shock factor.
Some of the wild acts have seen pigs eating off strippers’ stomachs, dancers dressed as vaginas and dwarf acrobats filling the Tuesday to Saturday opening hours.
Typically the first show kicks off at 1am with food served till 4am. A table at the venue costs an eye-watering £3K and a special edition of Dom Perignon can set a partygoer back up to £20,000.
Joining Johnny in the movie are Oscar winners among the stellar cast, including Judy Dench, 82, as the princess and Penelope Cruz, 43, as the missionary.
In addition, Sergei Polunin, 27, takes on the role of the mysterious aristocrat Count Rudolph Andrenyi, while Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, 36, appears as Cuban charmer Biniamino Marquez
Finally, Leslie Odom Jr, 36, is soldier Colonel John Arbuthnot, Lucy Boynton, 23, appears as the countess, Josh Gad, 36, is Hector MacQueen, Mr Ratchett’s secretary and Sir Derek Jacobi, 78, plays the murdered man’s valet.
The film is a remake of the 1974 classic, which itself was based off the famous Agatha Christie novel published in 1934. The suspenseful flick hits UK theaters on November 3 and US theaters November 10.
It’s the fourth adaptation of Christie’s novel – following Sidney Lumet’s famous 1974 film, a 2001 CBS version, and a 2010 episode of ITV series Agatha Christie’s Poirot.