The famous, media-consuming divorce of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard is back, but in a documentary produced by Netflix.

The lawsuit between A-list actors Johnny Depp and Amber Heard is one of Hollywood’s most famous divorce cases in recent times. All developments in the lawsuit attracted great media attention around the world.

So the possibility of this looming divorce slipping into the producers’ sights and becoming a movie finally happened as predicted, when Netflix quickly owned the rights to turn the legal battle between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard into a series that will air this fall.

Once a typical Hollywood couple, the love story of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard has always been the focus of the media. Photo: Getty Images

Right after the trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard ended, Netflix quickly took the opportunity to turn this case into a documentary series, promising to become a popular series on this streaming platform.

Netflix has also released the official trailer for the upcoming documentary series titled  Depp v. Heard . The three-part documentary is directed by BAFTA nominee Emma Cooper.

Amber Heard and Johnny Depp on Hollywood’s loudest divorce trial. Photo: Getty Images

The documentary series will revolve around the trial and will be shown live to the public worldwide in 2022. The documentary, in addition to sharing never-before-published information, also focuses on the madness of the people. fans on social networks surrounding the case. This reaction was so outrageous that it was dubbed the “TikTok trial” in the press.

Tudum, Netflix’s official companion website for this project, further notes: “The film questions the role of social networks in the trial, the influence of debates taking place outside the courtroom may affect the outcome of the lawsuit.”

Until June last year, Johnny Depp won after many convincing evidence, regaining his reputation from accusations of violence. Photo: Craig Hudson

Using 200 hours of live-streamed trial coverage from mainstream media and citizen commentators on social media platforms such as TikTok and Twitter, this documentary will also show audiences fake a two-dimensional perspective when releasing the entire testimony of the two actors.

The movie Depp v. Heard will debut on Netflix on August 16. The arduous six-week trial, broadcast live at the time, promised to cause a storm in the press and social networks again.

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