Johnny Depp looks suave as he is mobbed by fans while exiting his hotel at the Rome Film Festival… after claiming he’s the victim of ‘cancel culture’  

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Johnny Depp Fans appeared to be in good spirits as they thronged their hotel Tuesday after attending the Rome Film Festival.

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The 58-year-old Hollywood actor looked handsome in a black jumper worn under a blue suede bomber jacket with brown patches as he posed for the selfie.

Shortly before stepping out, Johnny greeted the large crowd of fans outside with a wave from his hotel balcony.

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Looking Cool: Johnny Depp, 58, was in a black jumper, which he wore under a blue suede bomber jacket with brown patches.

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She fashioned the look with a pair of black jeans and white beads and a distinctive keychain, while a flat hat and a pair of blue sunglasses rounded things off.

The actor was in Italy for the Rome Film Festival, which hosted a screening of his new TV series Puffins.

The show takes viewers on the adventures of a group of little birds who are the minions of a cunning walrus.

Johnny plays Johnny Puffin, the central character in the animated series, which is available to stream on Apple TV and Amazon Prime Video.

The Happy: The Pirates of the Caribbean star, 58, looked confident as she posed with fans as she left the hotel in Rome during the festival

The Happy: The Pirates of the Caribbean star, 58, looked confident as she posed with fans as she left the hotel in Rome during the festival

Johnny lost a defamation suit last year against the publisher of The Sun over an article that labeled him a ‘wife-beater’ following his acrimonious, ill-fated marriage to actress Amber Heard.

According to Metro, Johnny is suing his ex-wife for a 2018 Washington Post op-ed.

She wrote: ‘I became a public figure representing domestic abuse, and I felt the full force of my culture for women who speak out.’

Back in court: Actor suing his former partner Amber Heard over 2018 Washington Post op-ed

Back in court: Actor suing his former partner Amber Heard over 2018 Washington Post op-ed

In August, a judge ruled that the actor would be allowed a second libel trial, despite losing the first.

Johnny’s appearance comes after he condemned the Cancel Culture movement.

During an appearance at the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain last month, he expressed fear that his tenure at the festival would ‘humiliate people’.

Cancel Culture: Johnny raised his voice against the movement, saying, 'It's out of hand now that I can promise you that no one is safe.  not one of you.  no one out that door

Cancel Culture: Johnny raised his voice against the movement, saying, ‘It’s out of hand now that I can promise you that no one is safe. not one of you. no one out that door

‘It can be seen as a phenomenon in history that, however long it lasts, cancels out culture’.

“It is a race to take a quick decision which is essentially based on the amount of air polluted,” he said.

‘It’s so out of hand now that I can promise you that no one is safe. not one of you. No one is outside that door. No one is safe.’

Be careful: the actor said- it takes a sentence and now there is no land, the carpet has been pulled

Be careful: the actor said- it takes a sentence and now there is no land, the carpet has been pulled

‘It takes a sentence and now there is no ground, the carpet has been pulled.’

‘It hasn’t just happened to me, it’s happened to a lot of people. This kind of thing has happened to women and men.

‘Children suffer from different kinds of sufferings. Sadly, at a certain point they start to think that this is normal. Or that it is them. When it is not.’

‘It’s so out of hand now that I can promise you that no one is safe. not one of you. No one out that door’.

Victim: Johnny thinks it has gotten out of hand and it has happened to many people ranging from women and men

Victim: Johnny thinks it has gotten out of hand and it has happened to many people ranging from women and men

‘No one is safe. It takes a sentence and now there is no land, the carpet has been pulled.’

‘It hasn’t just happened to me, it’s happened to a lot of people.

‘This kind of thing has happened to women, men. Children are suffering from different kinds of sufferings.

‘Sadly, at a certain point they start to think that this is normal. Or that it is them. When it is not.’

Too early to judge: Johnny feels it’s an urgent rush to make decisions based on what is essentially the amount of polluted air

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