Johnny Depp-Amber Heard Defamation Case premieres on Fox’s Tubi

Johnny Depp-Amber Heard Defamation Case premieres on Fox’s Tubi

new tv movie, Hot Take: The Depp / Heard Trialfrom production studio MarVista Entertainment of Fox Entertainment, premieres September 30 on Tubi.

As reported by TVLine, the film will aim to follow the infamous relationship between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard both in and out of the courtroom. The focus of the article will be on the two-month trial that the duo wrapped up on June 1.

The movie stars Mark Habka.days of our lives(as Johnny Depp and Megan Davis)american horror story) As you heard. The film is written by Guy Nichollucci and directed by Sarah Loman.Secrets in the forest). The film was reportedly quickly moved into production due to the current relevance of the case and how it has affected society.

Adam Lewinson, chief content officer of Tubi, said of the piece:

Hot Take: The Depp / Heard Trial It has “Hot Take” in the title for a reason. With our partners at MarVista, this original Tubi script was quickly brought into production to capture a timely snapshot of a story that has become part of the cultural zeitgeist, and paint a unique picture of what millions watched in the headlines over the summer.”

Melissa Marty will portray one of Depp’s attorneys, Camille Vasquez, and the film is said to somewhat show her subsequent rise to fame during and after the trial.

The trial ended in what was described as a landslide victory for Depp, with the ruling that Amber Heard had slandered Depp. Pirates of the Caribbean Star in an editorial in 2018 featured in The Washington Post. Heard appealed the ruling, but the initial ruling stated that she must pay Depp about $10.4 million in damages. Heard also won one of her rulings and is set to receive $2 million in damages from Depp, however he has also appealed the ruling.

β€œHot Take: The Depp/Heard Trial” is one of many timely, culture-related original films that come from our expanding partnership and slate of films being produced in collaboration with Tubi, said Hannah Belmer, Executive Vice President of Creative Affairs for MarVista. β€œConnecting viewers to stories with this kind of social currency and current themes makes watching them a must-watch for any fan of pop culture or celebrity drama.”

The film is produced by Brittany Clemons, Ingie Day, Marian C. Wanch, Hannah Pelmer, and Fernando Zio. Autumn Federici and Kristifor Cvijetic Ninth House will be represented as producers.

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