Johnny Depp’s defamation trial against Amber to be adapted into movie, check premiere date

Actor Johnny Depp and ex-wife Amber Heard’s gruelling defamation trial that went on for six weeks is now all set to be tailored into a movie, Variety reported. The movie titled, Hot Take: The Depp/Heard Trial, is a scripted unique film based mostly on the controversial Johnny Depp-Amber Heard defamation case and is all set to premiere on  Tubi on September 30.

The upcoming movie will function Mark Hapka as Depp and Megan Davis as Heard. On the opposite hand, the International media outlet additionally reported that Melissa Marty will be a part of the cast as Hapka and Davis as Depp’s lawyer Camille Vasquez and Mary Carrig will painting Heard’s lawyer, Elaine Bredehoft.

Johnny Depp, Amber Heard’s trial to be tailored into a movie

The forthcoming movie will focus totally on the tumultuous relationship, out and in of courtroom between the estranged couple. The storyline may even embody the dramatising two-month defamation trial that concluded on June 1, with the jury discovering that Heard had defamed Depp by alluding to home violence allegations towards him in a December 2018 op-ed piece. The jury additionally held Depp answerable for a defamatory assertion made about Heard by his lawyer.

The film was fast-tracked into manufacturing by Tubi and MarVista “to seize a well timed tackle a narrative that turned a part of the cultural zeitgeist, portray a novel image of what tens of millions watched play out within the headlines over the summer time,” Adam Lewinson, Tubi’s chief content material officer, mentioned in an announcement.

Depp and Heard haven’t commented concerning the movie but.  The well-known trial concluded on June 1, with the jury ruling that Aquaman star Heard defamed Depp in a late 2018 Washington Post op-ed. Depp was awarded round $10.4 million in damages, which Heard has appealed. The jury discovered that Heard was defamed in certainly one of her claims, awarding her $2 million in compensatory damages.


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