Johnny Depp will reportedly make a “huge return” to the big screen in 2023 with highly anticipated blockbuster sequel, could it be Pirates of the Caribbean?
People are starting to talk about Johnny Depp again, and in a very positive way! Hollywood producers and other agencies are reportedly excited to work with the actor again and are confident he will win his case against ex-wife Amber Heard.
Not only are big studios like Warner Bros finally starting to realise how much money they could potentially lose if they continuously back Amber Heard in her slanderous campaign against her beloved Hollywood actor husband, but now they are very excited about the prospect of working with the 58-year-old actor again.
Not too long ago mainstream media tried to convince us that Johnny Depp’s career as an actor was over, and although the Fear and Loathing in Los Vegas didn’t make too many Hollywood films after being slandered by his compulsively lying ex-wife, he kept pushing the envelope for independent foreign cinema and starred in several critically acclaimed films.
The word on the street is that several big studios have personally reached out to Johnny Depp and have apologised while expressing their interest in working with him again in the near future.
“Johnny Depp will make a huge return to Hollywood cinema in 2023. He’s already been in talks with a major studio to reprise one of his most famous rolls of all time,” our source told us.
The source could not disclose any more information, but rumours of Johnny Depp returning as Jack Sparrow for one final Hoorah in Pirates of the Caribbean have recently been making their rounds in the Hollywood hills.
A crew member for Fantastic Beasts 3 told us that that everyone, including other cast members, were devastated when Warner Bros asked Johnny Depp to resign.
“The atmosphere changed dramatically when we learned that Depp would not be returning to the set,” the crew member disclosed. “I know it sounds dramatic but the first day of filming without him really felt like a funeral. I think it felt that way because we [cast and crew] were given strict instructions not to talk about it.”
Sadly, it is unlikely that Depp would reprise his role as Gellert Grindelwald in Fantastic Beasts 4 and 5 even if the studio begged for him back, especially after the way they treated him through his high-profile legal battle with his abusive ex-partner.
Warner Bros are showing signs of remorse for backing Amber Heard and are worried that their gamble in believing the manipulative actress will cost them dearly.
The studios marketing department received instructions to distance themselves from the Depp-Heard drama as much as possible and, as a result, Amber has been almost entirely removed from all promotional material; including a behind-the-scenes featurette and posters.