(UPDATED with statement from Depp lawyer) Johnny Depp’s $30 million legal standoff with his ex-lawyer just netted former Warner Bros boss Kevin Tsujihara, Depp's ex-wife Amber Heard and some of Hollywood’s top attorneys. With a September trial date on the calendar between the Pirates of the Caribbean star and his former attorney of two decades, […]
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Amber Heard appeared to barely be able to contain the rage and emotion she felt while describing the alleged abuse she suffered at the hands of Johnny Depp. Heard sat for an intense deposition back in 2016 while she was going through the nasty divorce with the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star, and the video […] The post Amber Heard Delivers Harrowing Retelling of Fight with Johnny Depp in Explosive Video appeared first on The Blast.
The "Aquaman" star claims Depp punched, choked and kicked her on multiple occasions while threatening her life.
Yahoo Entertainment talked with the director about whether "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote" would have died with him, as well as being taken to task on social media for defending Depp in the middle of his divorce from Amber Heard and how the Pythons might have solved the problem of making fun of Trump.
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The Hollywood Vampires singer dismisses concern over Depp's health saying, "I've never seen him happier."
Amber Heard did not have a lot to say about the $50 million lawsuit filed against her by Johnny Depp but what she did say made it clear … she does not plan on rolling over. Heard was at London's Heathrow Airport on Wednesday when a paparazzi asked her about defamation suit filed against her […]The post Amber Heard Makes First Comment on Johnny Depp Lawsuit: 'Fighting the Good Fight' appeared first on The Blast.
Johnny Depp has filed a defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife, Amber Heard, alleging her domestic abuse claims were "an elaborate hoax" and he is going after her for a whopping $50 million. According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Depp is taking issue with an article Heard wrote for the Washington Post in December 2018. The […]The post Johnny Depp Files $50 Million Defamation Lawsuit Against Amber Heard, Calls Her Abuse Claims an 'Elaborate Hoax' appeared first on The Blast.
Johnny Depp will no longer appear in Universal’s reboot of “The Invisible Man,” a source tells TheWrap. Leigh Whannell, the director of “Insidious: Chapter 3” and “Upgrade,” has signed on to direct the remake of “The Invisible Man,” which Universal Pictures is developing based on the classic monster movie character, an individual with knowledge told TheWrap. Whannell will also produce alongside Jason Blum for his Universal-based Blumhouse Productions. Also Read: Universal Landed a Wide Range of Hits, From 'Jurassic World' to 'Halloween' Depp had originally joined the project back in February 2016 as part of Universal’s planned Dark Universe based on its classic monster movie characters. The franchise kicked off with Tom Cruise in “The Mummy” and was also meant to star Russell Crowe as Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, as well as planned movies for “Bride of Frankenstein,” “The Wolf Man” and others. And that plan for a shared universe is no more. However, Universal plans to still make projects based on these characters and the Universal monsters’ legacy. These films will also be rooted in horror and will carry no budget, genre or rating restrictions, with no expectation for the films to be part of a shared universe. Also Read: 'Halloween' Producer Jason Blum Is Down for a Sequel: 'We're Dying to' Make One Whannell recently collaborated with Blumhouse on hit films including “Insidious: The Last Key” and “Upgrade.” Whannell is represented by Paradigm Talent Agency, managers Stacey Testro and Katie Ybarra from STI, and Myman Greenspan Fox Rosenberg Mobasser Younger & Light LLP Variety was first to report news of Whannell’s hiring. Read original story Universal’s ‘The Invisible Man’ Reboot Lands New Director, Johnny Depp No Longer to Star At TheWrap
"Johnny and I refer to his other personality, the part of him that is present when he beats me up — we call that the monster," Heard said.
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The actor tiptoes around the casting controversy that has surrounded the "Fantastic Beasts" installment.
“Whatever accusation was out there doesn’t tally with the kind of human being I’ve been working with.”