Mia Wasikowska thinks Johnny Depp is ''pretty crazy'' as the Mad Hatter in new Tim Burton movie 'Alice in Wonderland'.
Mia Wasikowska can't wait for audiences to see Johnny Depp in 'Alice in Wonderland'.
The Australian actress - who plays Alice in Tim Burton's interpretation of Lewis Carroll's classic children's tale - admits she can't wait for people to see the US star as The Mad Hatter.
She revealed: "He's pretty crazy! Johnny Depp plays him so well, and so fully, and he just gives it so much. I really can't wait for people to see it - to see him!"
Asked what the Hollywood heartthrob was like to work with, the actress, 20, added: "He was great. He's a lovely person - and he instantly makes you feel very comfortable. He's also a very generous actor.
"And you totally believe him as The Mad Hatter - the role is tailor made for him!"
The film, which also stars Anne Hathaway as the White Queen and Helena Bonham-Carter as The Red Queen, takes place a couple of years after the events in the original novel - and Mia admits it's quite a departure from the original animated film of the novel, made in 1951.
She explained: "It's taking these characters and these experiences that we've grown up with, and that we know and love, and seeing where they are a couple of years down the track."
'Alice in Wonderland' is in cinemas worldwide from early March.