Johnny Depp is looking for a home in Britain.
'The Lone Ranger' actor and girlfriend Amber Heard are reportedly eyeing several palatial pads to temporarily call home while he is in the UK to shoot Disney musical, 'Into the Woods'.
A source told The Sun newspaper: ''He's keen on the Home Counties [around London] and has his heart set on a ranch.''
Johnny is set to star alongside a who's who of Hollywood stars in the new film - based on the Broadway musical of the same name - including Oscar winner Meryl Streep, 'Star Trek' hunk Chris Pine, James Corden and Emily Blunt.
The iconic star recently claimed he is strongly considering retirement from acting for a ''quieter'' life.
He said: ''At a certain point you start thinking and when you add up the amount of dialogue you say per year and you realise you've said written words more than you've had a chance to say your own words that becomes an insane option for a human being.
''Are there quieter things I wouldn't mind doing? Yes, I wouldn't mind that.
''I wouldn't say I am dropping out any second but I would say it's not too far away.''
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