Johnny Depp rejects ‘Pirates of the Caribbean 6’ completely: not for “300 million dollars” – Movie News

The actor has been blunt during the questioning on Wednesday that is part of his trial against Amber Heard.

To the misfortune of the fans, Johnny Depp has assured that I would never bring Jack Sparrow to life again. pirates of the caribbean 6 Not even if Disney paid him $300 million.. This has been confirmed during the trial that he is taking place against his ex-partner, Amber Heard. During cross-examination on Wednesday, Heard’s attorney, Ben Rottenborn, focused on past statements by the actor in which he claimed that Amber Heard’s accusations had cost him her role. rottenborn asked the actor if it was true that he didn’t want to return to the franchise anyway.

“The fact is, Mr. Depp, if Disney came to you with $300 million and a million alpacas, nothing on earth would make you go back and work with Disney on a ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ movie? Right?” ?” asks the lawyer

“That’s right, Mr. Rottenborn,” Depp replies.

The focus of what is being debated in the trial has to do with an article written by Amber Heard in 2018 in which, without mentioning Johnny Depp by name, he claims that he was a victim of abuse. The well-known actor claims that these accusations have destroyed his career, his reputation and his life. Following the publication of the article, Hollywood has removed Depp from prestigious roles, starting with Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secretsa franchise in which he played the villain Grindelwald until he was replaced by Mads Mikkelsen.

During the interrogation, Heard’s lawyer has shown how Disney had made the decision to block Depp’s return to the franchise before the actress wrote the discord article. In a news of Daily Mail October 2018 mentions that the actor “was out as Jack Sparrow”. Depp has responded by saying that he was not aware of this, but that he is not surprised because he believes that “Disney was cutting ties to be in a safe position”.

The actor has defended himself by saying that, although Disney no longer wants him as part of Pirates of the Caribbean, continues to use his character, Jack Sparrow, in his different theme parks. According to him, they use it for financial gain, but they didn’t want “there was something behind it that they could find.”

Everything we know about the future of ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’: two films in the works (one with Margot Robbie), but without Johnny Depp

The blockade of Johnny Depp in the franchise Pirates of the Caribbean It is due to a host of reasons and Heard’s accusations, of course, have weighed to balance the scales against him. At the end of 2018, the studio announced a “reboot” of the saga that was going to take a very different path from the last installment: without Jack Sparrow and with Margot Robbie as the main character. There are still many details to be clarified in this regard and, in fact, there is talk of two productions at the same time.

The trial of Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard: feces, suicide threats and amputated fingers

Hollywood has not experienced such a media trial since the divorce of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt and not even that one had accusations as striking as the ones being discussed this week. In 2019, Johnny Depp sued Amber Heard, with whom he was married between 2015 and 2016, for 50 million dollars as a result of a text published in the Washington Post in which she positioned herself as a victim of domestic violence. Despite not mentioning the actor’s name explicitly, the reference is clear. Shortly after filing for divorce, Heard filed for a restraining order against her ex-husband, accusing him of physical and verbal violence.

Suicide threats, feces on the bed and the loss of a finger: Johnny Depp testifies for the second time in his trial against Amber Heard

The trial began in mid-April in Virginia and is expected to last about six weeks. In recent days, Depp has accused Heard of threatening to commit suicide “several times”, of leaving human feces in the bed they shared and of causing the loss of a finger that had to be grafted surgically.

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