A few days after the trailer for the upcoming documentary about the trial of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard was released, Johnny vs Amber: The US Trial, a movie about the recent defamation case, Hot Take: Depp/Heard release rushed is. A new report on his Tubi on the streaming platform states: In a trial that ended in June, Johnny sued his ex-wife for libel over an op-ed he wrote for the Washington Post in 2018.
Amber had said in his article that he had been subjected to domestic violence. Although Johnny’s name was not mentioned in the article, his attorney claimed this implied he was violent towards her during their relationship, but he The upcoming legal battle movie, Hot Take: Depp/Heard, will star Mark Hapka as Johnny Depp and Megan Davis as Amber Heard, and will be directed by Sarah Roman, according to a new report. Variety reports that Hot Take: The Depp/Heard Trial will dramatize the events surrounding Johnny and Amber’s defamation lawsuit that took place in US courts for six weeks earlier this year. The film will reportedly follow the former couple’s “tumultuous relationship”.
Not much is known about the film, but Tubi Chief Content Officer Adam Lewinson said in a Variety report that the film is a “modern take on a story that has become part of the cultural zeitgeist.” , aims to capture unique images.” “Draw from what millions of viewers played on summer headlines.” It will reportedly be free from September 30th in the countries where the film operates. Johnny and Amber married in their Los Angeles home in 2015 after dating for about three years. In May 2016, Amber filed for divorce from Johnny and obtained a restraining order against him. She said Johnny physically abused her throughout their relationship.