Relax ... calm down ... as long as he's the biggest Hollywood star in the universe, Johnny Depp will not be retiring from acting. But, yes, there will come a day when Johnny Depp may want to move on to other things (like auditioning to take over for God once he arrives in Heaven), and so when that time comes he's going to have to choose the role that will be his last.

In a recent interview with Fox News, Depp was asked about retirement and whether he's coming to a point in his career where it's time to start thinking about calling it quits. Good news for Depp fans is he's not walking away just yet, but he did reveal the type of role he'd like to take on before leaving Hollywood for good. "I'm going to have to play (King) Leer [sic] or (Don) Quixote or something. It would have to be something like that. And then just walk away," he said.

But before he walks away, Depp is still trying to piece together adaptations of two of his favorite books, one of which he's been working on for a few years now -- an adaptation of JP Donleavy's 'The Ginger Man' -- which he says is still "in the works" and an "exciting possiblity." He'd also like to take on a film version of Tom Robbins' 'Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates,' which sounds completely off the wall and perfect for Depp. Check out the synopsis after the jump.
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