“She taught me the raunchiest Spanish that I've ever been told. It's so foul that I couldn't bring myself to repeat it, here and now. It's a bad idea. I would carry that on my back for the rest of my days," Contactmusic quoted Johnny Depp as saying.
The actor said that they clicked instantly, as they had earlier worked together for Blow. “Going to work with Penelope again, having done the film 'Blow' together, 10 or 11 years ago, the weird thing was that, when we saw each other again, it felt like we'd wrapped 'Blow' the week before, or a few days before. It just clicked instantly. Whatever exists, in terms of chemistry, was just instantly firing on all cylinders. It felt completely right. It was Rob's brilliant idea to bring her in, and when he brought up the idea to me, I went, 'Great idea!' I was very, very excited to have Penelope come into this film," he added.