Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s legal drama now seems like a never-ending cat-and-mouse chase. With each passing day, new details continue to be found, adding another layer to the case. Even after Johnny Depp won the libel suit against Heard, she doesn’t seem eager to stop anytime soon. It is now reported that the Aquaman the actress is preparing to appeal to court regarding this lawsuit, but surprisingly, Johnny Depp doesn’t seem to be paying as much attention as he is fully focused on his next director Modigliani.
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Johnny Depp doesn’t want to focus on any negativity
With the recent developments around the life of Johnny Depp, he no longer seems to care about these setbacks and legal setbacks. Instead, he is more focused on his career and this is evident from the projects he is currently involved in.
Pirates of the Caribbean The star returns to the director’s chair after almost 25 years with his next Modigliani which will be based on the life of a prominent Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani. It’s a very good progress to revive his Hollywood career which was too affected during the legal troubles.
According to the sources, the actor is very happy to be back in that director’s chair after so long alongside someone like Al Pacino and also hopes it will be a huge success.
“He is so grateful to have been able to focus on his passion of making music again and working on films again. He couldn’t be more excited to reunite with Al Pacino on Modigliani (Modi) and he hopes that it will be a huge hit. Johnny feels so privileged to be working on this film and it really is the perfect project for him.
Johnny Depp added that he was extremely happy to bring the chronicle of the Italian painter and sculptor to the screen:
“The saga of the life of Mr. Modigliani is a story that I am incredibly honored and truly humbled to bring to the screen. It was a life of great hardship, but eventual triumph – a universally human story to which all viewers can identify.”
It is also a very notable fact that Modigliani and Depp’s life also has many common similarities. A life full of difficulties and misfortunes followed their two stories.
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Johnny Depp’s return looks spectacular
The Murder on the Orient Express The actor isn’t just limited to a directing business, but he also focuses on a ton of other things such as art galleries, movies, brand endorsements, and music. Recently, he set the internet on fire by announcing his reunion with perfume company Dior. Subsequently, he should also return to the big screens as King Louis XV in Jeanne du Barry.
While Johnny Depp doesn’t appear to be giving up on his career anytime soon, Amber Heard has also reportedly changed his legal team in the process of preparing an appeal over the verdict in the defamation case. After Amber Heard lost the high-profile case, she had to pay Depp $10.15 million. Now the actress is preparing to appeal the verdict of the course as she is reluctant to believe the results and with all the new revelations to come, it will be an exciting wait for the final result.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
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