J.K. Rowling Says She and Fantastic Beasts Filmmakers Are 'Genuinely Happy' About Casting Johnny Depp

In November, Warner Bros. re-confirmed its controversial decision to cast Johnny Depp as Grindelwald in the forthcoming film Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, despite his ex-wife Amber Heard accusing the actor of domestic violence in 2016. On Thursday, Harry Potter author and Fantastic Beasts screenwriter

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Drunkenness and Tardiness Reportedly Plagued Johnny Depp on Set of the New Pirates of the Caribbean

Johnny Depp has never been the type to care about PR, which is good because—handling a divorce, a lawsuit from his former managers, and alleged depleting funds—the actor’s public image is more tarnished than it’s ever been before. (And here we once thought the Australian dog apology video was the lowest one could get.)

Johnny Depp Claims His Ex-Business Partners Are ‘Gaslighting the Public’ Into Thinking His Life Is a Mess

Accusing people of gaslighting is very hot right now, so Johnny Depp’s lawyer, Adam Waldman, has decided to join in on the latest linguistic trend in his most recent public statement. Depp made headlines earlier this week when his former business team (whom he recently filed a lawsuit against) sued him for “more than…

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