Johnny Depp

Movie Actor

Johnny Depp was born in Owensboro, Kentucky, United States on June 9th, 1963 and is the Movie Actor. At the age of 61, Johnny Depp biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, TV shows, and networth are available.

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Other Names / Nick Names
John Christopher Depp II, Mr. Stench, Colonel, Donkey Dick, Johnny Depp
Date of Birth
June 9, 1963
Nationality
United States
Place of Birth
Owensboro, Kentucky, United States
Age
61 years old
Zodiac Sign
Gemini
Networth
$150 Million
Salary
$20 Million
Profession
Film Actor, Film Director, Film Producer, Guitarist, Nightclub Owner, Screenwriter, Television Actor, Voice Actor
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Johnny Depp Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 61 years old, Johnny Depp has this physical status:

Height
178cm
Weight
78kg
Hair Color
Dark Brown
Eye Color
Dark Brown
Build
Average
Measurements
Not Available
Johnny Depp Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Religion
He has not confirmed any religious belief but he was raised in an atheist family.
Hobbies
Not Available
Education
Miramar High School
Johnny Depp Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Spouse(s)
Lori Allison ​(m. 1983; div. 1985)​, Amber Heard ​(m. 2015; div. 2017)
Children
2, including Lily-Rose
Dating / Affair
Lori Anne Allison (1983-1985), Sherilyn Fenn (1985-1988), Jennifer Grey (1989), Winona Ryder (1989-1993), Holly Robinson Peete (1990), Traci Lords (1990), Tally Chanel (1990-1991), Juliette Lewis (1993), Peggy Trentini (1994), Tatjana Patitz (1994), Ellen Barkin (1994), Kate Moss (1994-1998), Naomi Campbell (1998), Vanessa Paradis (1998-2012), Christina Ricci (1999), Penélope Cruz (2002), Marion Cotillard (2008), Kristen StephensonPino (2010), Antoinette Kalaj (2010), Angelina Jolie (2010-2011), Kiley Evans (2011), Robin Baum (2011), Amber Heard (2011-2017), Julie Ellis (2012), Ashley Olsen (2012), Lisa Marie Presley (2018-2019), Polina Glen (2019)
Parents
John Christopher Depp, Betty Sue Palmer
Siblings
Debbie Depp (Older Sister), Christi Dembrowski (Older Sister) (Film Producer), Daniel Depp (Older Brother) (Screenwriter)
Johnny Depp Career

Career

When he was 20 years old, Depp and his band migrated to Los Angeles. Lori Ann Allison, Depp's then-wife, introduced him to actor Nicolas Cage after the band split up. Cage encouraged him to continue acting after they became drinking buddies. Since reading a biography of James Dean and watching Rebel Without a Cause, Depp had been keen on acting. Depp helped Depp get an audition with Wes Craven on Elm Street; Depp, who had no acting experience, said he "ended up acting by accident." Depp was chosen to play the main character's boyfriend, one of Freddy Krueger's victims, thanks in large part to his seeing the eye of Craven's daughter.

Despite Depp's assertion that he "didn't have the ambition to be an actor," he continued to be cast in films, earning enough to pay some bills that his musical career went unpaid. After a leading role in the 1985 comedy Private Resort, Depp was cast in the lead role in the 1986 skating drama Thrashin' by the film's director, but the film's producer overruled the decision. In Instead, Depp appeared in a minor supporting role in Oliver Stone's 1986 Vietnam War drama Platoon, as a Vietnamese-speaking private. He made a name for himself in the late 1980s, when he appeared as an undercover police officer in a high school operation in Fox's 21 Jump Street, which premiered in 1987. He accepted this role to work with actor Frederic Forrest, who inspired him. Despite his triumph, Depp said that the series "pushed [him] into the role of product."

Depp began playing more interesting roles than those he imagined would do well at the box office, disillusioned by his youth idol experience in 21 Jump Street. Cry-Baby, John Waters' first film release in 1990, was a musical comedy set in the 1950s. Although it was not a box-office hit right away, over the years it has risen to cult classic status. In Tim Burton's romantic fantasy film Edward Scissorhands opposite Dianne Wiest and Winona Ryder, Depp appeared as the title character in 1990. With a domestic gross of $53 million, the film was a commercial and critical success. In preparation for the role, Depp watched many Charlie Chaplin films to see how to generate sympathy without talking. Rolling Stone's Peter Travers praised Depp's performance, writing that he "artfully articulates the longing in gentle Edward"; "it's a brilliant display," she wrote, while Rita Kempley of The Washington Post wrote that "brings the eloquence of the silent period to this area of few words," referring to the eloquent black eyes and his tremulous care with which he holds his terrified hands." Depp received his first Golden Globe Award for the film.

Except for a brief appearance in Freddy's Dead (1991), the sixth installment of the A Nightmare on Elm Street series, Depp had no film releases in the next two years. In 1993, he appeared in three films. He played an eccentric and illiterate silent film fan who befriends a physically ill woman and her brother in Benny and Joon; it became a sleeper hit. According to Janet Maslin of The New York Times, Depp "may look nothing like Buster Keaton," but "there are times when he genuinely appears to be the Great Stone Face," bringing Keaton's demeanor and magically to life." Depp received his second Golden Globe award for his work. What's Eating Gilbert Grape, Lasse Hallström's second film of 1993, was a film about a dysfunctional family starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Juliette Lewis. It did not do well commercially, but critics gave it encouraging reports. Although the majority of the reports were focused on DiCaprio, who was nominated for an Academy Award for his work, Variety's Todd McCarthy wrote, "Depp commands center screen with a very affable, appealing characterization." Emir Kusturica's surrealist comedy-drama Arizona Dream, Depp's last 1993 film debut, attracted critical attention and gained the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival.

Depp reunited with Burton in 1994, playing the title role in Ed Wood, a biographical film about one of history's most inept film directors. Later, Depp said he was devastated by films and filmmaking at the time, but that "within ten minutes of learning about it, I was committed." He found that working with Martin Landau, who played Bela Lugosi, "rejuvenated my love for acting." Despite the fact that it didn't earn back its production costs, Ed Wood received a warm reception from reviewers, with Maslin's comment that Depp had "proved himself as an established, accredited genius actor" and "captured all the can-do enthusiasm that kept Ed Wood alive thanks to his ability to spy at the silver lining of any cloud. For his appearance, Depp was nominated for a third time for a Best Musical or Comedy Actor Golden Globe.

In three films over the next year, Depp appeared in three films. In the box-office hit Don Juan DeMarco as a man who believes he is Don Juan, the world's best lover, he appeared opposite Marlon Brando. He appeared in Jim Jarmusch's Dead Man, a Western shot entirely in black-and-white; it was not a commercial success and had mixed critical evaluations. Depp played an accountant who is told not to kill a politician in order to save his kidnapped daughter, who is also in the financial and emotional crucible.

Depp and Al Pacino appeared in the crime drama Donnie Brasco, directed by Mike Newell in 1997. Joseph D. Pistone, an undercover FBI agent who assumes the name Donnie Brasco, was able to infiltrate the Mafia in New York City. Depp spent time with Pistone on whose memoirs the film was based to prepare. Donnie Brasco was a commercial and critical success, and is considered one of Depp's finest performances. Depp debuted with The Brave in 1997 as a producer and screenwriter. He appeared in it as a struggling Native American man who accepts a bid from a wealthy man played by Marlon Brando in exchange for money for his family. It premiered at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival in general to mostly critical feedback. "It's a turgid and stunning neo-western," Variety called it, "the course has two significant shortcomings: it's both tediously slow and narcissistic as the camera focuses constantly on Depp's bandana's head and rippling torso." Depp did not announce The Brave in the United States due to the reviews.

In Fear and Loathing, Terry Gilliam's film adaptation of Thompson's pseudo-biographical book of the same name, Depp was a fan and acquaintance of writer Hunter S. Thompson. It was a box-office failure and polarized protesters. Depp appeared in Mika Kaurismäki's L.A. later this year. (1998)) There is no such thing as a Map.

In 1999, Depp appeared in three films. The first was the sci-fi thriller Wife, co-starring Charlize Theron, but it was not a commercial or critical success. Depp appeared in Roman Polanski's The Ninth Gate as a book seller who is now entangled in a mystery. It was marginally more popular with audiences, but it had mixed reviews. The third installment of Burton's version of Sleepy Hollow, in which Depp played Ichabod Crane opposite Christina Ricci and Christopher Walken. "I always thought of Ichabod as a very delicate, fragile individual with a little too in touch with his feminine side, like a frightened little girl," Depp inspired for his appearance. Sleepy Hollow was a commercial and cultural success.

The Man Who Cried (2000), Sally Potter's directed by Sally Potter and starring him as a Roma horseman opposite Christina Ricci, Cate Blanchett, and John Turturro was Depp's first film film release of the new millennium. It wasn't a critical success. In Julian Schnabel's critically acclaimed Before Night Falls (2000), Depp appeared in several films. Hallström's last film of 2000 was his critically and commercially successful Chocolat, in which he played a Roma man and Juliette Binoche's love interest. Both Depp's next roles were based on historical figures. George Jung, a cocaine smuggler who was part of the Medell'n Cartel in the 1980s, appeared in Blow (2001). The film did not do well at the box office and got mixed feedback. In Depp's comic book adaptation From Hell (2001), the inspector Frederick Abberline who investigated the Jack the Ripper murders in London in the 1880s. Mixed reviews were also received, but the film was a moderate commercial success.

Depp appeared in the Walt Disney Pictures adventure film Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, which was a huge box office hit in 2003. He received numerous accolades for his comic appearance as pirate Captain Jack Sparrow, as well as a MTV Movie Award for Best Actor. Sparrow is "definitely a part of me," Depp said, and that he modeled the character after Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards and cartoon skunk Pepé Le Pew. Studio managers had been ambivalent about Depp's portrayal at first, but the role became increasingly popular with audiences. Depp played a corrupt CIA agent in Robert Rodriguez' second film, Once Upon a Time in Mexico, a corrupt CIA agent. It was a moderately successful box-office, with Depp's contribution in particular lauded.

In the thriller Secret Window (2004), based on a short story by Stephen King, Depp followed Depp as an author with writer's block. It was a modest commercial success, but it received mixed feedback. The Earl of Rochester and poet Depp appeared in the British-Australian independent film The Libertine (2004), which was released around the same time. It was only available on the internet and had mostly critical feedback. Developing Neverland, Depp's third film of 2004, Finding Neverland, received him his second Academy Award nomination, as well as Golden Globe, BAFTA, and SAG awards for his role as Scottish author J. M. Barrie. In addition, Depp appeared in the French film Happily Ever After (2004) and founded Infinitum Nihil, a Warner Bros. Pictures.

With a starring role in Tim Burton's adaptation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2004), Depp continued his box-office success. Depp was nominated for the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical for the second time. In which Depp voiced Victor Van Dort, the main character, the Chocolate Factory was followed by another Burton venture, stop-motion animation Corpse Bride (2004). In the Pirates sequels Dead Man's Chest (2006) and At World's End (2007), Depp reprised the role of Jack Sparrow, both of whom were big box office successes. In the video game Pirates of the Caribbean: The Legend of Jack Sparrow, he also voiced the character. According to a survey conducted by Fandango, Depp in the role of Jack Sparrow, many cinemagoers want to see a Pirates film.

In 2007, Depp co-produced their sixth film together, this time portraying murderous barber Sweeney Todd in the musical Sweeney Todd (2007). As his main influence on the role, Depp cited Peter Lorre's performance in Mad Love (1935), in which Lorre played a "creepy but sympathetic" surgeon. Depp was required to sing in Sweeney Todd, the first film in which Depp had been required to perform. Rather than recruiting a qualified vocal coach, Bruce Witkin prepared for the position by recording demos with his old bandmate Bruce Witkin. The film was a commercial and critical success. "Depp's soaring voice makes you wonder what other tricks he's hiding," Entertainment Weekly's Chris Nashawaty said. It's difficult not to remember Edward Scissorhands frantically shaping hedges into animal topiaries 18 years ago... and much of the twisted beauty we would have missed out on if [Burton and Depp] never met." For the third time for an Academy Award, Depp was nominated for the Golden Globe for Best Musical or Comedy Actor for the role.

In Michael Mann's 1930s crime film Public Enemies, Depp portrayed real-life gangster John Dillinger. It was commercially successful and received moderately favorable feedback. In his review, Roger Ebert said, "This Johnny Depp show is something else." For the first time, an actor playing a gangster does not appear to base his character on movies he has seen. He goes cold right away. He pretends he is playing Dillinger as a fact." The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, Depp's second film of 2009, reunites him with director Terry Gilliam. Both Depp, Jude Law, and Colin Farrell played the character who had been first introduced by their friend Heath Ledger, who had died before the film was finished. Matilda, Ledger's daughter, gave the three actors their paychecks.

Depp began with a new friendship with Tim Burton, Alice in Wonderland (2010), in which he appeared in the Mad Hatter opposite Helena Bonham Carter, Anne Hathaway, and Alan Rickman. Despite mixed critiques, it earned US$1.025 billion in the box office, making it the second-highest-grossing film of 2010 and one of the highest-grossing films of all time. The Tourist, Depp's second film release of 2010, was the romantic drama in which he starred opposite Angelina Jolie. It was commercially profitable, but critics chastised it. Despite this, he was named Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy Golden Globe nomination for both films.

The animated film Rango, Depp's first film release in 2011, was a lizard. It was a huge cultural and commercial success. On Stranger Tides, the fourth installment in the Pirates series, was also a box office hit, becoming the third-highest-grossing film of 2011. In 2011, Depp began a second project co-produced by his company Infinitum Nihil. Hunter S. Thompson's first film adaptation of the novel The Rum Diary starred Depp. It was unable to reduce its production costs and received mixed feedback. Martin Scorsese's Hugo (2011), the company's second venture, received major critical acclaim and several awards nominations, but the box office did not do well. In 2011, Depp appeared in the Adam Sandler film Jack and Jill for a brief period.

Depp, one of the world's best-paid actors, was listed as the world's highest-paid actor by 2012, earning over $75 million. Peter DeLuise and Holly Robinson, co-stars on 21 Jump Street, reprised their roles in cameo appearances in the series's home movie version this year. With Tim Burton's latest film, Dark Shadows (2012), Depp co-produced and coproduced his eighth film with him, including Helena Bonham Carter, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Eva Green. The film was based on a 1960s Gothic television soap opera of the same name, and it had been one of his childhood favorites. Depp's star appeal was put into doubt by the film's poor reception in the United States.

Infinitum Nihil's contract with WB ended in 2011, Depp signed a multi-year first-look contract with Walt Disney Studios, and the company's Infinitum Nihil's contract with them came to an end. The Lone Ranger (2013), Depp's first film in which Depp appeared as Tonto, was the first film made in the partnership. Depp's portrayal as a Native American led to allegations of whitewashing, but the film was not well received by the public or analysts, causing Disney to lose $190 million. Depp appeared in the sci-fi thriller Transcendence (2014), which was also a commercial failure and garnered mainly critical feedback, after a brief cameo in the independent film Lucky Them (2013). In 2014, he appeared as The Wolf in Kevin Smith's musical adaptation Into the Woods, as a minor supporting actor, and in a more substantial role as an eccentric French-Canadian ex-detective in which he was credited to the character's name, Guy LaPointe.

Depp appeared in two films made by Infinitum Nihil in 2015. Mortdecai, a comedy-thriller, appeared opposite Gwyneth Paltrow in the first film. Both actors were nominated for the Golden Raspberry award, which was a critical and commercial disappointment. In which he played Boston crime boss Whitey Bulger, his second film, Black Mass (2015), was much appreciated. Critics from The Hollywood Reporter and Variety called it one of Depp's best shows to date, and Depp's third nomination for the Best Actor SAG award went to Depp. However, the film was unable to defray its production costs. Depp appeared in the critically panned London Fields starring his then-wife Amber Heard, but its general release was postponed by litigation until 2018. Dior, the French luxury fashion house, received Depp as the face of their men's fragrance, Sauvage, in addition to his work in film in 2015, and he was inducted as a Disney Legend.

Yoga Hosers, Depp's first film film release in 2016, was a sequel to Tusk (2014), in which Depp appeared with his daughter, Lily-Rose Depp. In a Funny or Die satire titled Donald Trump's The Art of the Deal: The Movie, he played businessman and presidential candidate Donald Trump. With a headline from The A.V., he was lauded for his work. "Who knew Donald Trump was the comeback role Johnny Depp needed?" the club announced. In addition, it was revealed that Depp had been cast in a new franchise role as Dr. Jack Griffin/The Invisible Man in Universal Studios' forthcoming shared film universe, The Dark Universe, a reimagined version of their classic Universal Monsters franchise. In Tim Burton's Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016), the sequel to Alice in Wonderland, Depp reprised the role of the Mad Hatter. In comparison to the first film's success, the sequel cost Disney about US$70 million. It also received two Golden Raspberry nominations from Depp. In a cameo appearance in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016), the first installment of the Fantastic Beasts series, Depp had also been secretly cast to play dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald. His name was not included in the promotional materials, and his cameo was only revealed at the end of the film.

In 2017, Depp appeared in The Black Ghiandola, a short film made by a terminally ill teenager filmed by the non-profit Make a Film Foundation, as a participant. In the fifth installment of the Pirates series, Captain Jack Sparrow, he reprised his role as Captain Jack Sparrow. (2017) It did not do as well as previous versions, and Depp was nominated for two Golden Raspberry Awards for both actor and screen combo with "his worn out drunk routine." However, the film made a strong box office run around the world, particularly in China, Japan, and Russia. In 2017, Depp's last film release was the Agatha Christie version Murder on the Orient Express, in which he was part of an ensemble cast led by director Kenneth Branagh.

In the animated film Gnomeo & Juliet: Sherlock Gnomes, Depp voiced the title character Sherlock Gnomes in 2018. Despite being moderately profitable, it was critically acclaimed and received two Golden Raspberry nominations, one for his portrayal and another for his "fast-fading film career." In two independent films, Depp and his company, Infinitum Nihil, were later produced. In which Russell Poole, an LAPD detective who is trying to solve the murders of rappers Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G., he appeared as City of Lies. It was supposed to be released in September 2018, but it was postponed from the launch plan after a crew member sued Depp for assault. Richard Says Goodbye, the comedy-drama in which Depp played a professor of terminal cancer, was the second film. In October 2018, it premiered at the Zurich Film Festival. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, Depp's last film film release of 2018 starred him as Grindelwald. Fans of the show were outraged by Depp's casting due to the domestic violence allegations against him.

Around this time, Depp's career was also affected by the fact that Disney announced that they would not be casting him in new Pirates films, and he was also revealed that he would not be linked to Universal's Dark Universe franchises. Waiting for the Barbarians (2019), based on a J.M. book, was Depp's next film. In which he played photographer W. Eugene Smith and premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival in 2020, Coetzeee, and Minamata (2020), he portrayed photographer W. Eugene Smith and premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival. After losing his UK libel lawsuit against The Sun, which had accused him of being a domestic perpetrator, Depp resigned from his role as Grindelwald in the Fantastic Beasts franchise in November 2020. Mads Mikkelsen had to replace him. The Hollywood Reporter named Depp "persona non-grata" in the film industry shortly after.

City of Lies, which had been planned for 2018 in March 2021, was released in theaters and streaming services. 50,000 signatures were received in the same month by an online petition to return Depp to the Pirates franchise, which had started four months earlier. Kevin McNally, a co-star of the Pirates, also expressed admiration for Depp's return to the role. Andrew Levitas, director of Minamata (2020), accused MGM of burying the film due to Depp's involvement, with Depp claiming that the Hollywood industry has denied him and calling his new image a "absurdity of media mathematics." Minamata was released in England and Ireland in August 2021, as well as in North America in December 2021. Multiple publications lauded Depp's role as his best in years, with multiple outlets lauding his achievements as his best in years. Depp continues to be the face of Dior's men's fragrance, Sauvage.

Several honorary awards have been given to numerous European film festivals, including at the Camerimage festival in Poland, the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in the Czech Republic, and the San Sebastián International Film Festival in Spain, where Depp was given the Donostia Award. These awards were controversial, with several domestic violence charities shaming the festivals. "He has not been charged by any court in any jurisdiction nor innocent of any form of violence against women," the ceremonies''s organisers released statements defending their decision to honor Depp.

Depp referred to himself as a victim of culture in September 2021. In.2, a London-based sister company of his production firm Infinitum Nihil, revealed that IN.2 and the Spanish production firm A Contracorrient Films had established a new development fund for television and film projects in the same month.

Depp received the Serbian Gold Medal of Merit, particularly in the field of film art and the promotion of Serbia's Republic of Serbia in the world on February 15, 2022. Puffins and Minamata were shot in the country's Minamata and animated series Puffins.

In French actor-director Mawenn's period film Jeanne Du Barry, which will begin filming in May 2022, Depp is cast as King Louis XV. Jeanne du Barry, the previous title, is now known as La Favorite, and it will tell the tale of Madame du Barry, an impoverished seamstress who rises from the ranks of Louis XV's court to become his official mistress. The French period drama will be co-finance and streamed on Netflix. This will be Johnny Depp's first film in which he appears in French.

In August 2022, Depp is supposed to direct Modigliani, a film about Amedeo Modigliani that he co-produces with Al Pacino and Barry Navidi. The film is based on a Dennis McIntyre play that was previously adapted for the 2004 film of the same name from a screenplay by Jerzy and Mary Kromolowski. In 2023, principal photography will begin. At the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards, he made a surprise cameo appearance.

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Nosferatu trailer: Lily Rose-Depp follows in dad Johnny's horror footsteps as she joins Bill Skarsgard in chilling new vampire film

www.dailymail.co.uk, June 24, 2024
Lily Rose-Depp has followed in her father Johnny Depp's horror footsteps with a chilling new role in Nosferatu. A reboot of the classic 1922 horror film, the movie stars Bill Skarsgård as the vampire Count Orlok and Depp as Ellen Hutter, the young woman Orlok fixates on.  The film's official trailer was released Monday and shows Ellen suffering from a horrific nightmare seemingly about the vampire. 

Johnny Depp return to Pirates of the Caribbean welcomed by producer - after actor was axed from lead role over Amber Heard abuse allegations

www.dailymail.co.uk, June 20, 2024
Pirates of the Caribbean screenwriter and producer Terry Rossio told DailyMail.com he would happily cast Depp in a reboot of the film after the actor was ostracized from Hollywood. 'I wouldn't even hesitate on Johnny Depp. Johnny Depp isn't the issue. The issue is: is there a story worthy,' Rossio said at the premiere of his new film Protocol 7. Depp, 60, spent years as a pariah in Hollywood amid his highly publicized legal battles with his ex-wife Amber Heard, 38.

Justin Bieber FIRES Lou Taylor weeks after her company Tri Star was named in damning Diddy lawsuit - and replaces her with Johnny Depp's business manager

www.dailymail.co.uk, June 11, 2024
The Baby hitmaker, 30, first teamed up with Taylor's company, Tri Star Sports and Entertainment, in late 2022 with regards to his company Bieber Time Touring LLC. However, insiders have revealed that the pop superstar is no longer working with the company following a string of bad press. The decision comes shortly after Tri Star employee Robin Greenhill - who previously worked as Spears' former assistant - was mentioned in a damning lawsuit filed against disgraced hitmaker Sean ' Diddy ' Combs earlier this year.

Johnny Depp Has 'No Animosity' Toward Amber Heard -- How He's 'Moving Forward' After That 'Darker' Time!

perezhilton.com, May 3, 2024

Can you believe it’s been two years since Johnny Depp and Amber Heard‘s defamation trial?!

Several years ago, Johnny and Amber’s toxic relationship was all anyone was walking about as they battled it out in court, both alleging physical, emotional, and mental abuse against each other.

Jason Momoa Showed Up Drunk To Aquaman 2 Set Dressed As Johnny Depp & Tried To Get Amber Heard Fired?!

perezhilton.com, October 10, 2023
Jason Momoa is now being accused of some pretty awful behavior on the set of Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom! According to a bombshell report in Variety on Tuesday, Johnny Depp fans just paid court fees to release documents from his case against Amber Heard — and it’s some wild stuff!They were able to take notes from Amber's counsel, Dr. Veronica. Dawn Hughes. The notes related to her time filming Aquaman 2 and were from a session that took place on December 27, 2021, according to a source close to Heard. According to another source, her lawyers protested the release of the therapy notes, which had been subpoenaed by Johnny's lawyers during discovery. Per the outlet, the fans dropped the heated content on Reddit the same day the studio released the latest trailer for the film in mid-September, creating yet another hurdle for the project, which has seemed cursed from Day One — despite the first being the highest grossing DC universe movie!

Johnny Depp & Jenna Ortega React To Rumor That They Are Dating!

perezhilton.com, September 2, 2023
Are Johnny Depp and Jenna Ortega dating??? When the well-known gossip website DeuxMoi announced that the two actors had been spotted together, the 60-year-old actor and 20-year-old actress were romantically linked. On top of the rumored friendship, the social media maven speculated that they may be researching together on Beetlejuice 2, which is expected to be released next fall. Um…what?!
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‘18’ …Out now!!!

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2 Jul 2022

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