A film about the case of John Depp and Amber Heard.  There is a release date

A film about the case of John Depp and Amber Heard. There is a release date


Amber Heard. Photo MICHAEL REYNOLDS / POOL PAP / EPA / Johnny Depp. Photo Cliff Owen – CNP PAP / Newscom

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s defamation trial, which ended on June 1 with a favorable verdict for the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star, is attracting the attention of filmmakers. First, Discovery + announced a two-part documentary about the decade-long process, now Forum streaming service Tubi has announced the premiere of a documentary about the event. which took place in the courtroom for seven weeks, the film, titled “Hot Take: The Depp / Heard Trial,” will premiere on September 30.

From April 11, the day the case began to be heard, until the results of the case were announced in early June, the court case of the former spouses was one of the most discussed topics. It was only a matter of time before the filmmakers decided to tackle him. Four months after the verdict was announced, his first version of the film will be available to the audience. According to “Type”, in two weeks, the Fox-owned streaming platform Tubi will broadcast a film titled “Hot Take: The Depp / Heard Trial”. According to a press release, the film aims to trace the tumultuous relationship – on and off the court – of Depp and Heard.

Attempts to portray Johnny Depp on the screen were made by Mark Hapka, known to the American audience from the soap opera “Days of Our Lives”. Megan Davis will play Amber Heard. The star’s relentless lawyer, Camille Vasquez, Melissa Marty, and lawyer Heard are portrayed on screen by Mary Carrig. Guy Nicolucci is responsible for the script and Sara Lohman is the director.

The president of Tubi, Adam Lewinson, emphasized that it is “a story that has become part of modern culture”. The film itself is supposed to present the events that were watched by millions of people around the world for several weeks. (PAP Life)

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