Is Johnny Depp's career over?

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    Stevennix2001posted 3 years ago
    For those of you who haven't been following the situation with both Amber Heard and Johnny Depp, it's been originally reported by Amber Heard that Johnny Depp allegedly got drunk and beat her.   Needless to say, this caused a lot of backlash in the media against Depp, and it's partially why the last "Fantastic Beasts" movie lost money because a lot of people boycotted the film just because of his presence in the movie itself as a key character. 

    However, as time passed, an audio recording came out that not only vindicated Depp, but also proving that Amber Heard was the real abuser in their relationship, and how she even told him that nobody will ever believe him because he's a man and she's a woman. 

    And since the audio recording was released online, and went viral, several of Johnny's ex wives and girlfriends came to his defense saying how he's NEVER abused them, and would never do that to any woman; regardless of the circumstances.  Hell, even Amber's own fucking family testified against Heard saying how Johnny Depp was clearly the victim.  Hell several of Johnny and Amber's housekeepers even said that Amber allegedly took a damn dump on their bed as a "joke" during their time together.   You'd think this would be a slam dunk to believe that Johnny is not only innocent but Amber Heard is one fucked up bitch.   I hate saying that about any woman, but if the shoe fits...then yeah....

    Needless to say, Depp has been battling her in the courts since over defamation of character.  Well, a tabloid magazine in the UK called "The Sun" printed a story that painted Depp as the abuser recently, and Johnny sued that paper for libel in order to try clear his name more.  Long story short, he lost the libel case; in spite of the fact that the evidence against Heard was overwhelming....  The defamation lawsuit against Heard is still going on, but he still lost the libel case against the Sun in the UK.   

    Warner Bros originally said they weren't going to take sides in the situation considering they had both Heard and Depp in key roles in their upcoming films (Amber Heard being in both the theatrical release of Aquaman 2 and Justice League Snyder Cut on HBO Max respectively, while Depp being in the Fantastic Beasts franchise).   Well, that's over because now Warner Bros. is asking Johnny Depp to voluntarily step down from his role in the Fantastic Beasts movie, which is a politically correct way of saying he was fired. 

    However, Amber Heard is still going to be allowed to retain her two key roles with Warner Bros., but they are going to introduce a new female character in Aquaman 2 just in case they need to reduce her role in anyway if public opinion sways too much against her, but she won't be asked to step down or fired. 

    Johnny Depp is still fighting this case, but it doesn't look good.  I fully expect Disney to follow Warner Bros' example soon, and fire Johnny from the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, as it's been long rumored that Disney was contemplating rebooting the franchise anyways with Margot Robbie being the star instead.  Don't be surprised if Disney moves on that now. 

    I don't know about the rest of you but this doesn't look good for Johnny Depp, and he may end up losing his career over this mess.   

    Me personally, I would boycott both Justice League Snyder Cut and Aquaman 2, but the problem is that Aquaman 2 is being directed by James Wan, who's one of my favorite directors in Hollywood, so I have to support the film unfortunately.  And with Justice League?  Well rumor has it that if the film does well on HBO Max, then we might see another Man of Steel sequel with Henry Cavill reprising the role as Superman, which is something I do want to see.   Therefore, I don't have a choice but to support those films.

    However, if Disney fires Johnny from the Pirates franchise, then I won't pay a penny to see that garbage unless I can see it for free on Disney plus.  hahahaha

    And even then, I'll have to still THINK about it before giving it a watch, but what are your thoughts?  Do you think Johnny's career is salvageable?  Or do you think his career in Hollywood is officially dead?  Please discuss.


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