Depp shared what’s most important when dealing with a breakup, saying, “The strangest thing in terms of adjustment is just making sure that everybody’s okay. You make sure, first that your kids are okay, and that they understand, and that it’s normal.”
"The Pirates of the Caribbean" star also insisted he has no hard feelings about his ex, Vanessa Paradis. “There’s no reason for people to get sort of weird and hate each other. We spent a beautiful 14 years together, couple of great kids. It’s win, win.”
When asked if he'll retire anytime soon, Depp said, "I really do love making characters, and making movies, but yeah, sometime in the next 10 years, you just want to wander a bit, and experience some degree of anonymity somewhere.”
“The Lone Ranger” rides into theaters Wednesday, July 3.
“Extra’s” Terri Seymour caught up with Johnny Depp to talk about his new film, “The Lone Ranger,” how he's adjusting to single life, and where he sees himself in ten years.