Johnny Depp is hoping to catch a screening of Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland" - despite having avoided watching all his film collaborations with the director in the past. Depp has worked on a number of Burton's big-screen projects - including "Edward Scissorhands", "Sleepy Hollow" and "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" - but refuses to sit down and watch after they're completed.
Burton tells U.K. TV host Jonathan Ross, "He's willing to try anything (but) he doesn't like looking at himself. He's never watched a movie that we've done together."
But the actor is planning to end his boycott - because he's convinced the filmmaker has outdone himself with their latest outing. Depp says, "I can't stand it (watching my movies). I just prefer to walk away with the experience of the process and just to have that and that's plenty. But this one I want to see because it's Tim at his utmost. He's really gone far beyond on this one."