The ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ actor has previously claimed that Hollywood has boycotted him after losing his defamation suit
Johnny Depp raised his voice against canceled culture while attending the San Sebastian Film Festival on Wednesday.
The 58-year-old actor was in attendance to receive the Honorary Donostia Award and according to time limit, used his speaking time to let the audience know that he had been treated unfairly.
He said during a press conference, “It can be seen as an event in history that lasts a long time, it cancels out culture, this quick decision-making based essentially on the amount of polluted air.” crowd.”
Depp continued, “It’s so out of hand now that I can promise you that no one is safe. None of you are. There’s no one out that door. No one is safe.” “It takes a sentence and there’s no more 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, men. Children suffer. There are different kinds of unpleasantness. Sadly, at a certain point, they start to think that this is normal. Or that this is them. When it is not.”
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The “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor concluded, “It doesn’t matter that a decision, per se, has taken some artistic license. When there is an injustice, whether it’s against you or someone you’re dealing with.” Love, or what you believe in – Stand up, don’t sit. ‘Cause they need you.”
Depp has previously said that he believes Hollywood is boycotting him after he lost a defamation suit against a UK newspaper.
After his volatile relationship with the former Amber Heard ended, Depp sued the news outlet for referring to her as a “wife-beater” in a lengthy case that circulated much of the couple’s dirty laundry and ultimately resulted in Depp. a loss for.
In court, Depp accuses Heard of committing his crimes, while admitting to widespread drug problems. However, he insisted that he is “not a violent person, especially with women”, a characterization that was supported in the statements of his former colleagues Winona Ryder and Vanessa Paradis.
The judge found that 12 of the 14 cases of domestic violence had occurred and said this was enough to rule against Depp.
This situation led to Depp’s departure from his role as the villainous Gellert Grindelwald at Warner Bros. “Fantastic Beasts” Franchise And this prompted MGM to postpone the release of their latest film, “Minamata.”
He continues to deny all allegations of abuse.