James Franco faces the craze for the upcoming Johnny Depp-Amber Heard biopic ‘Hot Take: The Depp/Heard Trial’.
Here’s everything you need to know.
The defamation trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard is creating a sensation four months after the verdict was announced.
Tubi Will Release Controversial Depp vs Heard Defamation Trial Film It is an adaptation of the film and is entitled ‘Hot Take: The Johnny Depp/Heard Trial’.
The film also features Mark Happa as Depp and Megan Davis as Aquaman actress.
The Days of Our Lives actor appears to be wearing Depp’s signature beard and ponytail. The 33-year-old actress, on the other hand, is mimicking the much-discussed costume of Heard.
Still, James Franco will be the subject of discussion about exes at war in an upcoming movie.
In the trailer we see Hapka reading the script over Davis’ shoulder. He says, ‘Another one with James Franco?’
Hapka replies, ‘Are you jealous of him too?’
Meanwhile, the film also includes the courtroom carelessness of the Pirates of the Caribbean star and Heard, who faces intense scrutiny on social media.
Also, one reporter in the trailer said, ‘It’s the first day of the Depp v. Heard libel trial. Fans support both, but there’s definitely someone to like.’
James Franco’s name was mentioned frequently during the staggering six weeks of testimony in the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard defamation trial.
Depp’s legal team alleges Heard had an affair with a 59-year-old actor who co-starred with Pineapple Express.
Heard’s lawyer, meanwhile, said Depp assaulted her on charges of cheating.
The 36-year-old actress said in one of her testimonies: ‘He hated James Franco. He accused me of having something with him in the past because I was filming the Pineapple Express with him.’
If you don’t know, Depp sued Heard against the 2018 Washington Post. She identified herself as a survivor of domestic violence. Heard refuted $100 million for Depp’s attorneys’ comments about her.
The trial ended with a 7-member jury deciding Depp as the winner of the case. In addition, they awarded him $15 million in damages.