"City of Lies," the Brad Furman-directed crime thriller starring Johnny Depp and Forest Whitaker and based on the true story behind the investigation into the murder of rap star Notorious B.I.G., has been pulled off its September 7 release date.
The former couple, who split amid domestic violence allegations, appeared on the same stage at different times.
Johnny Depp surprised the Hall H audience for the “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” panel at San Diego Comic-Com Saturday morning, delivering an in-character lecture that was part villain rant and part fascist speech. Depp-as-Grindelwald lectured that he doesn’t want to destroy muggles (aka humans), it’s just that he thinks they’re “different” worth than wizards. Notably, he didn’t quite adopt the speech inflections and accent seen onscreen in the “Fantastic Beasts 2” trailer that debuted Saturday — instead he sort of mumbled haltingly, occasionally leaning into drawling Shakespearean intonations.
Johnny Depp has reached a settlement in his legal battle with the Management Group, averting a trial that was set to begin next month. Depp sued his former managers in January 2017, accusing them of spending millions of dollars without his permission.
As Amber Heard steps out with her new boyfriend, art curator Vito Schnabel, Johnny Depp changes his tattoo about the actress from "scum" to "scam."
Photos of Depp with his band, the Hollywood Vampires, at a gig Monday in Berlin showed the actor looking fit.
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Depp and Forest Whitaker try to crack the unsolved Tupac-Biggie case in the first preview for the film based on bestselling book.
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Already facing multi-million-dollar legal battles with his former business managers and former lawyers, Johnny Depp now looks to have to seek protection from two of his ex-bodyguards. "Terminated" back in 2016 and then rehired in a new employee capacity after several years working for the Murder On The Orient Express actor, Eugene Arreola and Miguel Sanchez today hit Depp with a multi-claim lawsuit over unpaid wages and working conditions. As with the ongoing big bucks…