Johnny Depp was in London for the premiere of "The Crimes of Grindelwald", after missing other events on the red carpet. (Photo: Grant Pollard, Grant Pollard / Invision / AP)

Hello, Johnny Depp. It's good to see you at a premiere event of "The fantastic beasts."

Although Depp is the titular star of the sequel "Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald" (he plays Gellert Grindelwald), he has been absent for much of the international press tour for the new movie of the "Harry Potter" franchise, exception of cameo fast on the character in San Diego Comic-Con in July.

Meanwhile, we have not been able to look away from cast member Ezra Miller and his outrageous sets of red carpets.

But on Tuesday, Depp showed up for the UK premiere of "The Crimes of Grindelwald" at Britain's Cineworld Leicester Square. She looked healthy, nothing like she did in a surprisingly thin photo of June that had the fans worried about being sick.

The actor was handsome, pout and looked like his own 1990 film star.

Specifically, his black ensemble and layers of silver accessories recalled his Edward Scissorhand appearance.

Johnny Depp played the iconic character with hand scissors in the 1990 Tim Burton movie. (Photo: ZADE ROSENTHAL, FOX OF THE 20TH CENTURY)

And her facial expression and her hair were totally "Cry-Baby".

Depp has moved away from the press in recent months, appearing publicly in some events, including the concerts of his band Vampire Weekend and the Zurich Film Festival.

Last year, J.K. Rowling and director David Yates stood with Depp in the middle of a backlash after Depp's ex-wife, Amber Heard, said he physically abused her. Depp says he was "falsely accused".

"Fantastic Animals: The Crimes of Grindelwald" hits theaters across the country on November 16.

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