Accused of violence against his ex-wife, Johnny Depp tries to defend itself and to convince his audience… and the fans of Harry Potter.
The superstar obviously knows how many in the case that the objects to Amber Heard, the public will office of justice of the peace. Because regardless of the outcome legal or the prospective business opportunity of a court (including complaints that the actor has filed), it is the faith that will place in him or not its the fans that will bring him salvation, or damnation.
This is evidenced by the debates caused by his presence in The fantastic beasts and its sequel. Some commentators have noted that it seemed problematic that an individual accused of domestic violence want to a large role, including a villain.
When asked about it, Johnny Depp explained to Entertainment Weekly what he thought about this situation and the support he received from the novelist J. K. Rowling, creator of Harry Potter.
“I’m going to be honest with you, I felt bad for J. K., who has had to deal with the opinions of the people. I felt bad to impose it. But in the end, the controversy is real. The fact is that I have been wrongly accused, that’s why I sue the Sun for defamation and false accusations repeated.
J. K. saw the evidence of my innocence and that is why she supports me publicly. It does not take such things lightly. I would not, if it does not know reality. “
Not sure that this kind of argument from authority clears the doubts or problems that his presence would be. What is certain, is that the superstar intends to caress the readers of J. K. Rowling in the direction of the hair.
“The fans are the real scholars of this universe, which I find incredibly impressive. They know this world by heart, and I hope to offer them something that will surprise them. “
The fantastic Animals : The Crimes of Grindelwald will be released on November 14, 2018 in France.