Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s libel trial and its verdict are still making headlines as the duo resume their individual careers in the entertainment enterprise. While numerous stars voiced their opinions on the judgment and chose their sides with whoever they were helping, Harry Potter fame Helena Bonham Carter just lent her support to his co-star Johnny Depp. Helena Bonham Carter recreated the key role of Bellatrix Lestrange in the iconic Harry Potter film series and garnered huge appreciation from the audience. She has also demonstrated her interim mettle in many of her other films including A Room with a View, etc.
Meanwhile, during a current chat with The Sunday Times, as noted by Hindustan Times, Helena Bonham Carter examined the cancel culture and shed sunlight on whether Johnny Depp could have an opportunity to resurrect his profession in Hollywood after the actor was charged with household violence during the trial. Oh, I think he’s totally vindicated. I believe he’s fine now. Totally fine, she said. Furthermore, Helena Bonham Carter said that it was not appropriate to ban a brainiac like him from his s*xual courses because there would be millions of individuals who would be doing the same. She even mocked the concept of a lack of knowledge of people and declared how much she despises the cancel culture. There would be millions of people who if you examined closely enough at their private life you would disqualify them. You can’t ban people. I hate to cancel culture. It has evolved quite frantic and there’s a kind of witch-hunt and a shortage of understanding, she said.