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Johnny Depp might seem mysterious to his fans, but his Alice in Wonderland co-star Anne Hathaway insists that the quirky actor is a regular Joe.

“He has such a mystique about him that I feel like his fans and the media puts on him,” Anne tells Entertainment Tonight.

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“And he is as real a person as you can be. He’s, I think, exactly who he would be if none of this [fame] had happened to him.

“I admire that so greatly — it’s not only that it’s not gone to his head, but it’s not changed him one iota, and I think that’s remarkable,” says Anne, who plays the White Queen in Tim Burton‘s latest movie.

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So how did Anne make sense of her character in that crazy world down the rabbit hole? “It’s Wonderland — my character doesn’t really have to make any sense,” she says.

“I can have just as much fun, be just as creative as everyone else, even though I am the queen and the one that’s apparently in charge of everything,” she says. “But being in charge of a mad world means that you can be nutty, so then I just kind of went nuts.”

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Opening in IMAX 3D and conventional theaters in Disney 3D on March 5, this reboot sees a 19-year-old Alice escaping the prospect of a dull marriage by returning to Wonderland, where she meets her old childhood friends: White Rabbit, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Dormouse, the Caterpillar, the Cheshire Cat, the Mad Hatter and her old foe the Red Queen.

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