Johnny Depp goes unrecognizable as King Louis XV, who he’s playing in the upcoming French film ‘Jeanne du Barry.’ The actor looked very different with his long hair and beard and heavy makeup.
In the photo, Johnny Depp is seen in full costume as King Louis XV of France. The character is based on a real-life figure, and the film tells the story of Jeanne du Barry, a woman who was born into poverty but rose to become one of the most influential people in France during the 18th century.
This will be Johnny’s first feature film role since he won a defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife Amber Heard. The two had a messy divorce, and Amber accused Johnny of domestic abuse. Johnny denied the allegations and eventually won the lawsuit.
Since then, he’s been busy working on other projects, including a new season of ‘Murder on the Orient Express.’ He’ll also be appearing in another movie called ‘Richard Says Goodbye.’
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In addition to his new film, Johnny is also busy promoting his new album ‘Songs from the Capeman.’ He recently performed on ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ and will be appearing on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ next week.
Johnny Depp Feels Boycotted by Hollywood!
Sep 29, 2021 
The Pirates of the Caribbean Star has expressed he feels boycotted by Hollywood after losing the libel case against Amber Heard and subsequently losing his role in the next part of the Fantastic Beasts franchise.
Amber Heard had earlier claimed a divorce on the basis of domestic abuse from Depp in 2017. Depp had agreed to pay $ 7 million as alimony and has also filed a defamation case of $50 million against falsely accusing him as a “wife-beater”.
Amidst this, his movie ‘Minimata’ is bearing the grudge of his actions. The movie is based on the real-life incidents of W.Eugene Smith, a photographer who brought the mercury poisoning problem of Japanese villages to light in the 70s.
The film performed poorly after its release in England and Ireland. Johnny though didn’t accuse the media and public directly for boycotting him, He told the Times that his own struggles are “like getting scratched by a kitten” compared to those Japanese victims, or “people who suffered from COVID.”
“Absurdity of media mathematics.” is the name Depp gave after he felt boycotted by Hollywood on one side and being given the lifetime achievement award by the San Sebastian Film festival on the other.
Depp addressed his fans and said, “They have always been my employers. They are all our employers. They buy tickets and merchandise. They made all of those studios rich, but they forgot that a long time ago. I certainly haven’t. They stayed on the ride with me and it’s for them I will fight. Always, to the end. Whatever it may be.
Reason Behind Johnny Depp’s Exit from ‘Fantastic Beasts’
Dec 9, 2020 
Shocking the fans and movie enthusiasts, Johnny Depp announced that he’ll no longer be part of the film franchise ‘Fantastic Beasts’. The ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ actor announced the news on Friday via an Instagram post.
“I wish to let you know that I have been asked to resign by Warner Bros. from my role as Grindelwald in ‘Fantastic Beasts’ and I have respected and agreed to that request,” he wrote in his post.
“Johnny Depp will depart the ‘Fantastic Beasts’ franchise. We thank Johnny for his work on the films to date,” a Warner Bros. spokesperson said. “‘Fantastic Beasts 3’ is currently in production, and the role of Gellert Grindelwald will be recast. The film will debut in theaters worldwide in the summer of 2022.”
“The surreal judgment of the court in the U.K. will not change my fight, to tell the truth, and I confirm that I plan to appeal,” he concluded. “My resolve remains strong and I intend to prove that the allegations against me are false. My life and career will not be defined by this moment in time.”
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Johnny Depp Dons as Jack Sparrow for a Virtual Video for a Children’s Hospital!
Sep 29, 2020 
The 57 yr old star was all jacked up to be ‘Jack Sparrow’ from his blockbuster hit ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ to bring smiles to children admitted at the Queensland Children’s Hospital even amidst the ongoing pandemic.
In the virtual meet which was aired live by the hospital, Depp stated: “It’s been a couple of years since I’ve been there and I miss it and I wanted to say hello.”
He added: “It’s a wonderful facility. I’m with all of you and I send you all my love, all my irreverence, and ignorance because it’s fun to be irreverent and ignorant. Thank you for sticking with me through all these very strange years.”
“These three beautiful young people I’ve spoken with this evening and having heard from people who sent videos in, like little Ula, is one of the finest and most beautiful experiences that I’ve ever experienced and that is because of all of your commitment to this project and to taking care of one another and to helping out when times are curious and confusing.”
Depp has been a frequent guest at the Great Ormond Street medical center in London and the visits took another dimension when his daughter Lily-Rose 21, was once affected by e-coli poisoning in 2007.
The infection was known to be a “touch and go” for his daughter post the illness which is usually caused by uncooked meat, half-boiled milk, or water infectivity which ends up in temporary kidney failure.
After she recovered Depp said: “When my daughter was ill in Great Ormond Street, it was the darkest period of my life. I’d always done these visits but after that experience, the visits became more and more important.”
Johnny Depp settles a $25 million lawsuit!
Aug 3, 2018 
The unco witty actor got into an alleged fraud of many million dollars with Management Group, who used to manage his finances. The firm has worked with Depp from 1999 to 2016, all went well until he had to sue them in 2017 for fraud and professional negligence. Johnny Depp was forced to seek $25 million after the firm had allegedly left him in a debt of $650 million. However, he has settled the lawsuit this weekend and awaits official words of settlement from the judge.