Johnny Depp’s Career is Already Over in Hollywood Before Amber Heard, Controversy is Over

Johnny Depp is one of the most extraordinary actors in Hollywood. He is also one of the highest paying actors of all time. The list of movies he has been a part of is long and wide. He has been a part of Hollywood’s most profitable franchises ever created whether It’s Pirates of The Caribbean, Fantastic Beasts.

He has worked with Hollywood’s biggest stars like Al Pacino, Michael Madsen, Geoffrey Rush, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet with Many more. He has also been a part of a hit TV show called 21 Jump Street. He also has a special role as an undercover cop in the 21 Jump Street movie.

Johnny Depp's Career is Already Over in Hollywood Before Amber Heard, Controversy is Over

THE CONFLICT:

We all know the conflict between our Johnny Depp and Amber Heard. He has filed for divorce after Amber Heard charged him with domestic abuse back in 2016. Just one year after their marriage in 2015. She said in the state of drugs, Depp throw a phone at her face.

However, The police found no record of that at the ‘crime scene’. Depp’s lawyer said in the court that it was all a plan by Amber Heard to have a financial backup if her career fails. In 2017, the divorce was finalized and Amber received $7million from Depp.

Johnny Depp's Career is Already Over in Hollywood Before Amber Heard, Controversy is Over

THE CAREER OF DEPP:

The career of Johnny Depp was almost over but he was still getting movies like the fantastic beast and where to find them and the second installment of the same movie. But when they came to the third part, Warner Brothers asked for his resignation and replaced him with another actor.

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But if we look at the reports, His career was over before the accusations even came out. He became the actor of the past. His last movie was another installment in the Pirates Of The Caribbean franchise. Which bombed at the box office.

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