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Johnny Depp ‘too risky’ for big studio roles, says Hollywood producer

Although he won his libel suit, a producer said the actor may still struggle to get big movie offers.

While it’s clear that Johnny Depp was the winner of his recent defamation lawsuit despite not getting the full compensation he was seeking, it seems some people in Hollywood still don’t believe. that his return to big-budget blockbusters will be as easy as anyone else thinks. According News24an unnamed Hollywood producer who has worked with Depp at some point in the past has doubted the much-loved star will make major studios fall on themselves to sign him, thanks to some of what has come to light over the course of the trial.

Millions of people have followed the Johnny Depp libel lawsuit against Amber Heard over the past month via several live streams. During this time, several audio and video recordings were played in court, along with text messages and other written exceptions which did not show either party in a good light, and according to the anonymous producer, this could be the blocking The most important. point for Depp going forward. They said:


“The damage that’s been done is done, and from there it could start a process of returning to some sort of normality, but I don’t think he’s going to get any big, big, big studio work where there’s has so much at stake. It’s too risky to put a guy like that in billion dollar franchises now. The things he said are despicable.

Although it is undeniable that some of Depp’s objectionable messages to friends about Heard were broadcast in court, and his frequent problems caused by alcohol and drug problems at the time were also undeniable, but Depp told him -even has made no attempt to hide his past issues and seems to be ready to move on. Whether or not this is something that will turn out to be more complicated than expected, we can only wait to find out.

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Johnny Depp’s fan base is still going strong after the conclusion of the lawsuit

Despite the anonymous producer’s reservations, it’s clear that Johnny Depp’s popularity hasn’t diminished much due to everything that came to light during the trial. It has already been said by a former Disney executive that there is every chance the company is looking for Depp to be part of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise again, and while Depp himself has already said he won’t be returning to the show, that doesn’t mean he won’t be asked.

Depp toured the UK with musician Jeff Beck last week and was in Newcastle on the day the jury delivered its verdict. Since then, it has been rumored that Depp is now planning to record an album with Beck, and the crowd response to his appearances has been consistently adoring. For Depp, this appears to be a period of rebirth and transition to a traumatic time for the actor. After the verdict, he wrote in a statement: “Telling the truth was something I owed to my children and to all who remained steadfast in their support of me. I feel at peace knowing that I’ve finally accomplished this.” While some would disagree, it seems that support is still there and going nowhere.