Wednesday, May 31, 2023

Johnny Depp Responds to All His Controversies Without a Filter and If He Feels Outcast: “I Don’t Need Hollywood”

Johnny Depp reappeared in Cannes Film Festival (though he doesn’t like the expression), where he introduced his new film ‘Jeanne du Barry’.

After that batala legal thief amber herd and several media trials that nearly cost him his career (he was fired from famous greens Like ‘Fantastic Beasts’ or ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’) Now Depp is a new man. his victory in the trial The last year has been a turning point in the defamation case against his ex-wife and now he is busy with new projects.

A Cannes has arrived in his first major public comeback for Presenter ‘Jeanne Du Barry’, where he transforms into Louis XV, and the public’s reception in the French city has been overwhelming.

“I’m going to my 17th return Apparently,” Depp commented sourly to the press. “I keep thinking about the word ‘comeback’. I haven’t gone anywhere. In fact, I live 45 minutes away. Maybe people stopped calling me or whatever was their fear at that time. But I haven’t gone anywhere.”

Despite the actor arriving half an hour late film press conference did not hesitate to answer honestly and without filter Sa questions about their condition and their disputes.

When asked if he felt he was boycotted by Hollywood, he was clear: you should have no pulse Feeling like, ‘No, none of this is happening. This is a funny joke. When they invite you out to a movie…for something that’s just a bunch of letters and consonants in the air, yes, you feel excluded,

However, Johnny also made it clear that his life no longer revolved around that world.

“But I don’t feel excluded by Hollywood because I’m already I don’t think about Hollywood. Of I don’t need Hollywood. It’s a strange and curious time where everyone wants to be themselves, but can’t. They have to fit in with the person in front of them. If you want to live that life, I wish you luck,” he insists.

Depp also talked about the stories he’s seen about her in recent years, calling them “fantastic fantasy And awfully written.”

“It’s like asking ‘How you doing?’ But the subtext is really, ‘God, I hate you,'” the actor said.

before Review Those who disagree that he has this prominent role in Cannes say:

“What if one day they won’t let me go to McDonald’s because somewhere there are 39 angry people watching me eat a Big Mac? Who are they and why do they care?“, replied the interpreter.

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