Johnny Depp will be King Louis XV in his first film since the defamation trial against his ex-wife, actress Amber Heard. Play from France. The actor’s first appearance in the upcoming historic film Jeanne du Barry was released Wednesday, with Johnny returning to acting after a high-profile defamation lawsuit against Amber.
Johnny sued Amber Heard over an article he wrote for the Washington Post in 2018 about his experience as a domestic violence survivor. In July, Amber appealed the $10.35 million settlement awarded to Johnny in the June 1 verdict of the defamation trial.Johnny later appealed Amber’s defamation lawsuit as well.
Johnny becomes King Louis XV in his next historic film. He ruled France from 1715 to 1774. According to Variety’s report, Johnny has started filming Jeanne du He Barrie in Paris and Ile de his French region. Filming began in late July after his defamation trial against Amber ended in June. Landmarks such as the Palace of Versailles will be used as film sets, the report added. The actor was reportedly photographed after a costume fitting for Jeanne du Barry. Directed by French filmmaker Maiwen, the cast of Jeanne du Barry includes Benjamin Lavergne, Pierre・Richard, Melville Poupaud, Noemie Lvovsky, Pascal Gregory, India Hair are also included. According to Deadline’s report, Maiwenn’s film is loosely inspired by the life of her Jeanne du Barry, the last mistress of Louis XV. At the court of Versailles, after Madame de Pompadour. Born at the mercy of an indifferent society, Jeanne du Barry fought against all odds to survive and become the object of Louis XV’s affections. Become. Louis XV, unaware of her status after Jeanne du Her Barry had infatuated her, decided that in order to preserve her traditions and increase her status in society, she faced her traditions. spit.