Johnny Depp has been in the eye of a storm for the past two years for his frequent feud with ex-wife Amber Heard. While the latter became the most hated celebrity on the internet, with people demanding her removal from her movies, Depp had to deal with it long ago. The actor was asked to walk away from his much-loved Fantastic Beasts franchise after losing the Libel trial. He made way for Mads Mikkelsen who appeared in The Secrets of Dumbledore.
for the formless, baby boy Played the role of Gellert Grindelwald in the franchise, one of the biggest under Warner Bros. After she was defeated in a Libel lawsuit against British tabloids, which called and proved her to be a wife beater, the studio immediately cut ties with her. He announced his exit from the Fantastic Beasts franchise and was heartbroken.
Soon, Mads Mickelson took the job and played Gellert in the recently released Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore. while welcome Movies Was mixed, the actor now talks about replacing Johnny Depp and has even hinted at the return of the Pirates of the Caribbean star. Read on to know everything you need to know about the same.
According to Deadline, Mads Mikkelsen was at the Sarajevo Film Festival to collect her honorary Heart of Sarajevo Award. It was in a discussion at the festival that he was asked about replacing Johnny Depp and whether or not the star would return to his ex-franchise. “It was very intimidating,” Mikkelsen said. “Obviously, well, now course has changed – he won the case, the Court [case]So let’s see if he comes back or not. that could be. I am a big fan of Johnny. I think he is an amazing actor, I think he has done a wonderful job. Having said that, I couldn’t copy it.”
Mads Mikkelsen said, “There was no way I could copy it, because it’s too much. It would be creative suicide. So, we had to come up with something else, something that was mine, and something between him and me.” Setu had to be built. So, yeah, it was intimidating. His fans were very, very sweet, but he was also very stubborn. I didn’t interact with him very much, but I could understand why his heart broke .
Johnny Depp is now preparing to return to the big screen with the French film La Favre. The star is also trying his hand at directing for the first time in 25 years for the film backed by the legendary Al Pacino.