Johnny Depp hates showing his two children his films, because he is always nervous they won’t like them.
The actor – who has two children, Lily-Rose and Jack, with long-term partner Vanessa Paradis – doesn’t care what critics think of his movies but always values his family’s opinion.
He said: “They saw ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’, which made me very nervous. I was scared they’d come home and say, ‘Hey dad, better luck next time!’ But they came home quoting it, which is nice.”
Johnny insists there are a number of his movies that he won’t show to his kids until they are older, because he doesn’t want to give them nightmares.
The actor – who has starred in a number of strange adults-only films, including ‘The Ninth Gate’, ‘Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas’ and ‘Secret Window’ – added: “I only let them watch some of my movies, but some I’m not sure they’re ready for. Hell, I’m not sure I’m ready for them!”
He is currently shooting the Tim Burton directed ‘Sweeney Todd’, in which he plays the murderous London barber of the same name.