We regarded into the rumours. That claimed Johnny Depp was being provided a $301 million deal for a Disney Plus collection. And a brand new “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie.
Has Johnny Depp’s $301 million Disney contract been made public?
Johnny Depp’s $301 million Disney deal was revealed, on June 7, 2022. The hearsay claimed that Johnny Depp, contemporary off of his largely profitable libel lawsuit towards his ex-wife Amber Heard, had been provided an enormous sum of cash by The Walt Disney Studios to as soon as once more play his “Pirates of the Caribbean” film character, Jack Sparrow. The hearsay was unfold on Reddit, TikTok, Facebook, and Twitter. We haven’t found any proof, although, that Johnny Depp and Disney are negotiating a deal for any sum of cash.
“Disney has supposedly offered Johnny Depp a USD $301 million contract deal for him to return as Jack Sparrow in another “Pirates” image and a Disney Plus collection,” the opening line of the publish learn. Only “a reliable source close to Disney” was cited within the weblog. The article was labelled as a hearsay, however, in accordance with the web site.
Johnny Depp was questioned about his curiosity in future “Pirates of the Caribbean” tasks
Johnny Depp was questioned in courtroom in April 2022 on his curiosity in future “Pirates of the Caribbean” tasks. I overheard lawyer J. Benjamin Rottenborn stating, “And the fact is, Mr. Depp, nothing in this world will persuade you to go back and work with Disney on a ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ film, correct?” That is correct, Mr. Rottenborn, Depp retorted.
Elaine Bredehoft, an lawyer for Heard, requested Tina Newman of Walt Disney Studios. In a prerecorded deposition that was performed in courtroom in May: “Is Disney aware that Mr. Johnny Depp has testified under oath that he would not take another ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ franchise role for $300 million and a million alpacas?” “No,” Newman replied.
The subsequent query Bredehoft posed was, “Would Disney consider paying him more than $300 million and giving him more than a million alpacas in order to secure his services for any future ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ role?” “No” was Newman’s second response.