Pirates of the Caribbean 6: Johnny Depp made this radical decision for his return as Jack Sparrow

Pirates of the Caribbean 6: Johnny Depp made this radical decision for his return as Jack Sparrow

The trial that is being played out at this very moment between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp caused a lot of ink to flow, especially following the very serious accusations of Amber Heard. But Johnny Depp has also just demonstrated that he wants Disney, as you will be able to see.

The lawsuit of the moment between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard

Johnny Depp is currently suing Amber Heard for 50 million dollars following charges brought by the actress ofAquaman in a gallery of washington post which she wrote in 2018. Although she never mentioned Johnny Depp’s name, Amber Heard used her alleged experiences as a victim of abuse to support the op-ed. Johnny Depp, for his part, asserts that Heard’s claims destroyed his career, his reputation and his life.

About the saga Pirates of the Caribbeanalthough the character of Johnny Depp has met with great success, Disney has decided to prevent his return in any future projects related to the saga, including in the sixth movie in development for a long time. Disney’s decision is said to be due to concerns that its reputation will tarnish the franchise’s family-friendly character. As you know, Johnny Depp was also fired from Warner Bros.’ Fantastic Beasts franchise. for a similar reason. The absence of the actor in the future of the films Pirates of the Caribbean made fans so sorry that a petition was born asking for his return, and the latter currently has more than 730,000 signatures on the Change.org site.

Johnny depp definitely angry with disney?

variety report today that Johnny Depp said last Wednesday, in court, that he refused to return for the 6th film Pirates of the Caribbean from Disney. Amber Heard’s attorney, Ben Rottenborn, thus asked the actor :

The point is, Mr. Depp, if Disney came to you with $300 million and a million alpacas, nothing on this earth would make you come back and work with Disney on a ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ movie? Is not it ?

Johnny Depp then responded : “It’s true, Mr. Rottenborn”. During cross-examination, Mr. Rottenborn indeed tried to demonstrate that Disney had already made the decision to block the return of Johnny Depp in candor even before Ms. Heard wrote her article. Johnny Depp’s lawyers pointed out, for their part, that even if Disney had planned not to bring Johnny Depp back for the saga, the latter, without the allegations of Amber Heard, could still have appeared during a cameo in the future, whereas at present, it seems totally unlikely. Either way, the actor now seems definitely pissed off with Disney, and, one can imagine, with Warner too.

And if you want to know how Elon Musk defended himself against rumors of a threesome with Amber Heard (private matters which unfortunately come to light during a trial of this type), you can read our previous article on the subject.


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