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“It’s going very, very badly”: Johnny Depp Reportedly Ready to Torpedo Own Career Because He Won’t Change Old Habits for Hollywood Comeback

Johnny Depp Reportedly Ready to Torpedo Own Career

It can’t be denied that the defamation trial cost Johnny Depp a lot even after the verdict went in his favor. He lost several iconic franchises such as Pirates of the Caribbean and Fantastic Beasts. But after he won the trial in Virginia, it was expected that the Jack Sparrow fame would come back stronger. While everyone was expecting a grand comeback, some news suggests that his behavior still stands as a huge problem to work with for several directors.

Johnny Depp.
Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp was accused of domestic abuse and violence by his ex-wife Amber Heard which led to a series of legal dramas between the two. Depp finally closed the chapter by winning the defamation trial in Virginia and was awarded more than $10 million. But a series of appeals continued the tussle before the whole scenario got its closure a few days ago. Amber Heard announced her suspension of the appeal to the verdict and settled the case by agreeing to pay $1 million to her ex-husband.

Also Read: “They argue constantly”: Johnny Depp Is Having Nasty Verbal Fights With His Female Director After Amber Heard Trial Win

Johnny Depp’s behavior might cost him his comeback

Besides some guest appearances in shows like MTV’s Video Music Awards and Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty Show, the Edward Scissorhands actor was also slated to make his return on the screens with La Favorite. In the French period drama, Johnny Depp is roped in to play the role of King Louis XV. But according to the latest reports, his behavior on the set during the filming of this movie had set a very bad impression.

Maïwenn is the director of Johnny Depp starrer La Favorite.
Maïwenn is the director of Johnny Depp starrer La Favorite

The news came from French actor Bernard Montiel in the French show Touche pas à mon poste! (Don’t Touch My TV Set!). According to him, there were numerous heated arguments between Depp and the director of the movie Maïwenn. He added that even though the filming has wrapped, the movie faced many hurdles due to the Dark Shadows actor’s issues with timing.

“Johnny Depp is an excellent actor when he comes on the set. Except that sometimes the team is ready at 6 a.m. and no one comes. So, afterward, Maïwenn gets angry and the next day, it is she who does not come and there is Johnny Depp. It’s madness. They’re (expletive) off. It’s going very, very badly. They argue constantly.”

It cannot be forgotten that Johnny Depp has faced blames for being late or intoxicated on the set before also. Retaining these habits even after such a drastic impact on his career questions whether he can make a huge comeback in the industry and can regain some popularity that is affected in the recent few years.

Also Read: “Amber’s career was already on a downswing”: Amber Heard Has a Bigger Problem After $1 Million Settlement with Johnny Depp

Is Johnny Depp’s future in jeopardy?

Johnny Depp
Johnny Depp in his iconic role of Captain Jack Sparrow

Even after winning the defamation trial against Amber Heard, Johnny Depp is yet to make any big announcements. As some new stories emerge regarding his behavior on set and arguments with the director, the 59-year-old actor’s future looks somewhat debatable.

Related: “You are joking right?”: Fans Seething in Rage as Disney Reportedly Rebooting Entire Pirates of the Caribbean Franchise To Move Beyond Johnny Depp’s Jack Sparrow

Despite the Pirates of the Caribbean producer Jerry Bruckheimer’s interest in bringing back the iconic Captain Jack Sparrow on the big screens, some insider reports claim his future to be questionable. These reports state that big names will tend to steer clear of him.

Following the release of La Favorite in 2023, Johnny Depp is also set to co-produce Modigliani with Godfather fame Al Pacino. More updates about his future projects will be eagerly awaited.

Source: Touche pas à mon poste! 

Written by Subham Mandal

Subham Mandal is currently working as a writer for FandomWire with an ardent interest in the world of pop culture. Subham has written more than 400 articles on different spheres of modern pop culture and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in English based in Kolkata. He’s also an experienced student journalist having demonstrated work experience with the Times of India. He aspires to be a column writer in the future.