After the U.S. jury concluded the most controversial celebrity case involving Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard, the former said that the jury “gave me my life back.” The 58-year-old actor is again getting involved in his successful professional life after having his name cleared.
Now that the trial is finally ended, Depp is now set to work on his derailed career to make his comeback. After Amber Heard’s op-ed written in the Washington Post, the actor’s career was massively hampered and it is going to be quite a journey to reach those heights again.
Johnny Depp Having On-Screen Comeback With Boston George
That being said, Depp is all-ready to make his on-screen comeback with Boston George. The forthcoming docuseries is based on a drug trafficker and smuggler George Jacob Jung which will premiere on streaming service Fandor on July 22. This five-part series features a decent chunk of interviews with Pirates of the Caribbean actor Johnny Depp, who portrayed the late Jung in the 2001 film Blow.
This docuseries will be Depp’s first project since his lengthy US trial against ex-wife Amber Heard. According to the International media outlet, series’ IMDb page Johnny Depp is described as “one of my favorite people instantly” and “a very charming outlaw.” This series will also feature acquaintances from all walks of life which includes Depp along with people like author Bruce Porter, partner Ronda Clay Spinello, friend Waino “Tuna” Tuominen (portrayed by Ethan Suplee in Blow), and former undercover DEA agent Tom Tinnerington and DEA Special Agent Mike McManus who were responsible for Jung’s bust.
What’s The Next Project For Johnny Depp?
Johnny has been engaged with several projects which also include reviving his musical journey by collaborating with Guitar Legend Jeff Beck. This has been confirmed by Beck himself, “I met this guy five years ago and we’ve never stopped laughing since. We actually made an album. I don’t know how it happened. It will be out in July.”
He is also in talks for a possible role in Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice sequel. While Depp has clarified that he will not return to the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, a former Disney executive speculated recently that Depp could return as the character.
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