Three Documentaries On Johnny Depp Court Case Currently In The Works | TV News

Johnny Depp attends the Monte-Carlo Gala For Planetary Health, on September 24, 2020 in Monte-Carlo, Monaco. Photo by David Niviere/Abaca/Sipa USA(Sipa via AP Images)


Actor Johnny Depp‘s recent legal tribulations with his ex-wife Amber Heard will be the subject of three new documentaries, according to new reports.


This comes after the actor was denied an appeal in his lawsuit against The Sun, which portrayed him as an abusive husband. The actor had sued News Group Newspapers (NGN) and The Sun’s editor Dan Wootton over an April 2018 article that called him a “wife beater“. Indeed, at the time of their divorce, Amber Heard had portrayed her husband as someone who was violent towards her.


Following the verdict in the trial, which was held in July 2020, the actor found himself boycotted by all sides in Hollywood in addition to being dropped from the Pirates of the Caribbean and Fantastic Beasts franchises.


The actor was last month denied leave to appeal his defamation lawsuit against NGN, with Depp’s lawyers saying he was “eager to present full and irrefutable evidence of the truth”.


The actor’s descent into hell will soon be chronicled in a trio of documentaries, according to The Sun. The documentaries, created by production company Optomen, include an ITV program reportedly called Depp vs Heard.


A source told The Sun: “They will make for excruciating viewing for Depp who’d probably wish the whole disastrous saga would go away”.


“But the story of how a multi-millionaire who was box office gold was the author of his own downfall is just too sensational a subject not to explore”.


The actor defamation lawsuit against her ex-wife will be held in April 2022.



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