Johnny Depp (59 years old) will continue to work in Europe for a while. The actor found his first film role there after the much-discussed trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard (36), and he will also direct his second feature film there. It will be a biographical film about the Italian painter and sculptor Amedeo Modigliani.
“I am very honored to be able to portray the life story of Mr. Modigliani,” Depp said. The Hollywood Reporter. The film will be shown in Paris in 1916 and will be enlarged for two days of Modigliani’s life. Two days will be a turning point in his life. That was a life full of setbacks, but it ended in victory. It is a universal human story that all viewers will learn something for themselves.”
Not only will Depp direct the film, but he will also produce the film with the European branch of his production house Infinitum Nihil. The project is also supported by Iranian producer Bari Navidi and Hollywood legend Al Pacino. The shooting will be in the spring of 2023. We all know that Depp is the star in films like Edward Scissorhands and the Pirates of the CaribbeanThe franchise, but since 25 years behind the camera.
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Then get out to the west the braveBased on a script he wrote with his brother. He gave the leading roles to himself and his mentor Marlon Brando. Although the film premiered at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, it was not a success. The reviews were so bad that Depp decided to stop releasing the film in the United States. Not in cinemas and not on VHS or DVD.
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After the actor is proven right in the defamation lawsuit against Amber Heard, he is undergoing a delicate but grueling rehabilitation process. Although it is happening far from Hollywood at the moment. He released a record and toured with English rock singer Jeff Beck and is currently on the set of the French drama no favouriteLike King Louis XV. The film, Depp’s first in three years, is expected to hit theaters next year.