Johnny Depp wants to make Pirates of the Caribbean films for the rest of his career. The Hollywood actor, who plays Captain Jack Sparrow in the hit adventure series, has no intention of hanging up his pirate hat and is prepared to keep making sequels. He told Top of the Pops magazine: "I'll never get bored of Captain Jack, he is so much fun. If they wanted to do Pirates 7, why not? There are new layers to Jack and situations that he can't just talk his way out of, so it would be good to keep exploring the character."
Johnny - who based the character on Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, who has a cameo as Jack's father in the hotly anticipated third film, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End - admits there is one thing he hates about playing Jack. The 43-year-old star finds the process of having gold teeth glued on for every scene very uncomfortable. He added: "They're bonded on to my own choppers! They make the surface of my teeth kind of rough then use hot glue and laser the false teeth on. "The process of taking them off can be quite ugly. Sometimes they just shoot off and other times you have to address the issue more intensely with yanking."