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2 November 2011, 18:00 | Updated: 6 November 2011, 08:31
Johnny Depp's been in Oxford to answer questions about his new movie "Rum Diary" at the world-famous Oxford Union.
The session on Saturday afternoon followed a private screening of the film.
Johnny was joined at the Q&A by the movie's director Bruce Robson. In their responses both men not only talked about the film, but the wider issues of the impact of cinema and which books they reckon should never be adapted.
Johnny Depp's humour came through too - when asked which on-screen kiss he had most enjoyed, he replied “Javier Bardem.
Demand for tickets was so high among members of the debating society, they had to allocate tickets using a ballot.
Johnny joins the likes of Winston Churchill, Mother Theresa and even Jon Bon Jovi who have all spoken at the Oxford Union.
Last month Katie Price was their guest, with rower James Cracknell and 90s pop group Hanson lined up to talk later this month.