Winning the lawsuit against Amber Heard, Johnny Depp still received “bitter fruit” for this reason alone

How is the life and career of Amber Heard and Johnny Depp after the $50 million lawsuit that lasted for 6 weeks ended?

Opportunity for Depp in Hollywood

On June 1 (US time), the jury accepted Johnny Depp’s three allegations that Amber Heard defamed him and she had to pay him more than $10 million in damages.

Amber Heard also received $2 million from Depp. The “Aquaman” star confirmed that he will appeal.

Amber Heard announced that she would appeal after the court’s conclusion on June 1

Currently, the question many people are interested in is: How is the life and career of Amber Heard and Johnny Depp after the $50 million lawsuit that lasted for 6 weeks ended?

Clayton Davis – writer for Hollywood Variety magazine said that Johnny Depp will work again. Because, he believes that Hollywood has welcomed many stars after scandals such as Robert Downey Jr., Mel Gibson, Hugh Grant, Roman Polanski…

“He’s going to get some big movie project. We have a culture that allows these people to work again,” Clayton Davis commented.

The crowd gathered to support Depp outside the court

Sharing the same opinion, The Guardian believes that the large number of people supporting Depp on social networks will cause producers to create their own market for him.

However, this famous newspaper also noted that this does not mean that Depp still returns to Hollywood through the open door. Film studios are still wary of working with stars like Depp who have been accused of abuse.

Therefore, it is difficult for the “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor to find an opportunity to join a big-budget mainstream production. Especially, in the context of dozens of other famous and talented actors who are actively working, at least at this time.

Currently, film production companies have not yet made any moves regarding Depp, but the actor has officially returned to music.

Depp performed at the music night on May 31

Most recently, on the evening of May 31, Depp had a performance on the Royal Albert Hall stage (London) with Jeff Beck. Daily Mail revealed that his former lover – supermodel Kate Moss was also on the show to support him.

Below the stage, the audience still applauded and chanted the actor’s name. Outside the wings, more than 100 fans stood waiting to see their idol with their own eyes.

Can Amber Heard get through the narrow door?

In another development, as the loser of the lawsuit, Amber Heard’s career is expected to face more difficulties.

Partly because her lackluster acting career mainly consists of a series of supporting roles, occasionally starring in small-budget films like “All the Boys Love Mandy Lane” (2006).

Amber Heard’s appearance in “Aquaman”

Not to mention her stiff, emotionless acting style is often disappointing. It was only when she joined “Aquaman” that she was truly sought after by Hollywood.

Since the lawsuit began, Amber Heard has faced an unprecedented boycott campaign. Variety reported that the hashtags #amberheardcancelt, #amberheardsucks and #amberheardistrash attracted billions of views. Videos of one account’s parody of Amber Heard’s testimony were viewed at least 10 million times.

Daily Mail revealed that even 10-year-old children are on the list to boycott Heard. At the same time, an online campaign was initiated on to call for Heard to be boycotted from the movie “Aquaman” 2, attracting more than 4 million signatures from the public. This is a record number in the history of

The Guardian said that for the time being, Heard’s career will not be discussed. In the immediate future, experts generally predict that she is likely to participate in activities to protect victims of sexual abuse and domestic violence.

The star born in 1986 also did this to build the image of a victim in preparation for appealing to Depp.

Meanwhile, Juda Engelmayer, a crisis communications expert who once represented Harvey Weinstein, told Reuters that if a “socially conscious” filmmaker would at least offer Heard a small role.

This plays a big role for women who have publicly denounced abuse and domestic violence.

“Especially when the #MeToo movement has been mentioned a lot in recent years, Hollywood would be considered hypocritical if they did not give Amber Heard a role and give her a chance,” Engelmayer concluded.

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