Johnny Depp

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Heard moved abroad after a highly publicized defamation trial with ex-husband Johnny Depp.
Johnny Depp made his public return to the big screen after last year's controversial defamation trial involving ex-wife Amber Heard.
"I don’t feel boycotted by Hollywood, because I don’t think about Hollywood," the actor said during a press conference at the Cannes Film Festival.
The actor held back tears as he applauded the crowd after "Jeanne du Barry" premiered at the festival.
The Cannes Festival juror and "Captain Marvel" star was asked if she'd see Depp's movie, and her reaction was awkward.
The "Ocean's Eleven" star said the actors now "regret" skipping the chance to be in the 2001 heist comedy film.
“Jeanne du Barry” has been billed as Depp’s comeback film following his explosive trial last year with Amber Heard, his ex-wife.
Depp’s previous comments about privilege sparked backlash even from some fellow children of celebrities.
The "Aquaman" actor, who accused her ex of domestic abuse, said the decision to settle was “a very difficult decision” and that "not an act of concession."