But it's also Johnny Depp from Dark Shadows. He actually looks nicer in a color that isn't the Tim Burton shade of pale.
Actor Jonathan Frid, best known for playing vampire Barnabas Collins in late '60s-early '70s supernatural soap opera Dark Shadows, died of natural causes on April 13 in his hometown of Hamilton, Ontario. He was 87.
Frid's performance as Collins inspired Johnny Depp's take on the character in Tim Burton's Dark Shadows remake, which opens May 11.
"I do remember, very vividly, practically sprinting home from school in the afternoon to see Jonathan Frid play Barnabas Collins. Even then, at that age, I knew – this has got to be weird," Depp said.
After the show was cancelled, Frid made regular appearances at Dark Shadows conventions, and appeared on the big screen in Oliver Stone's first film, 1974's Seizure.
His final screen appearance was a cameo in the Burton version of Dark Shadows.
Following last week's release of the first trailer for Tim Burton's Dark Shadows, Warner Bros. has also delivered a new poster for the '70s vampire flick, featuring Johnny Depp as newly-awakened vampire Barnabas Collins.
Dark Shadows, also starring Eva Green, Michelle Pfeiffer, Helena Bonham Carter, Chloë Moretz, Jonny Lee Miller and Jackie Earle Haley, opens May 11th.
The first clip from Tim Burton's big-screen reboot of '60s supernatural soap opera Dark Shadows is due to air on Ellen, and a preview for the episode contains an (extremely brief) first look at Johnny Depp in action as vampire Barnabas Collins.
As it turns out, a lot happens in these two seconds, including Collins emerging from a chained coffin where he's apparently been buried alive.
If you're hungry for every tidbit of Dark Shadows you can get, Bleeding Cool's Brendon Connelly has an impressively thorough shot-by-shot analysis of everything this snippet reveals about the movie's plot so far.
Dark Shadows, also starring Eva Green, Chloe Moretz, Jonny Lee Miller, Helena Bonham Carter, Michelle Pfeiffer and Jackie Earle Haley, opens May 11th.