The lawsuit between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard lands on television. In fact, the film will be streamed on Tubi on Friday 30 September Hot Take: The Depp/Hear Trialwith Mark Hapka as Johnny Depp and Megan Davis as Amber Heard
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It is not the first time that a media event has been televised. Examples can be made galore and the process between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard it is only the latest case. The broadcaster Tubi, a free streaming service in the United States of America, will broadcast the film on Friday 30 September Hot Take: The Depp/Heard Trial, precisely focused on the stages that led to the clash in court of the two former life partners.
The details of the film: the actors chosen
Depp vs. Heard, the actress appeals and invokes the First Amendment
Calculating that the definitive verdict, which saw Johnny Depp’s victory, only arrived last June, the film was made in a very short time. It’s there to direct it Sarah Lohmandirector of Secrets in the Woodsaided by Guy Nicolucci who wrote the screenplay of the film which will be produced by Tubi and MarVista Entertainment. As far as the cast is concerned, Johnny Depp has been chosen to play Mark Hapka that we have seen in parallels And Days of Our Liveswhile for the part of Amber Heard she was signed up Megan Davisappeared in Alone in the Dark. Finally, they find space within the cast Melissa Marty how Camille VasquezJohnny Depp’s attorney, e Mary Carrig in those of Elaine Bredehoft, the latter legal of the actress. In announcing the project, MarVista Entertainment stated that the goal is to “paint a unique narrative of what millions of people have witnessed and read in the newspapers in recent times.”
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s court battle
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The relationship between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard lasted from 2012 to 2016, with the two who had also married on February 3, 2015. The actress filed for divorce after 15 months for alleged domestic violence by her now ex-husband, from whom he divorced in January 2017. The story, however, continued with mutual accusations until the trial that saw them involved. Being two famous actors, this case had a considerable media coverage until 1 June 2022, the day on which the Fairfax court in Virginia he sanctioned Johnny Depp’s victory ordering Amber Heard to pay $10.35 million in damages. A decision not appreciated by the actress’s lawyers, who have announced an appeal to the First Amendment. The affair, at a work level, did not help both. In fact, Johnny Depp has lost some roles like that of Gellert Grindelwald in the saga Fantastic beasts and where to find them while Amber Heard, interpreter of Princess Mera in Aquamanwill have a significantly reduced part in the sequel Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.