He doesn’t Depp-end on Hollywood. . “You’d have to not have a pulse to not feel that, of course, when you’re you’re doing for something that is merely just a bunch of vowels and consonants in the air,” continued the actor.
“Do I feel boycotted now? No, I don’t feel boycotted by Hollywood, because I don’t think about Hollywood. I don’t have much use for Hollywood, do you?”
The Post reached out to Depp for comment. during a seven-minute standing ovation Johnny Depp, 59, slammed Hollywood Wednesday while at a Cannes Film Festival press conference claiming that the industry “boycotted” him.
the highly-publicized defamation trial “Everything the majority of you have been reading for the past five or six years regarding my life is fantastically, horrifically written fiction,” slammed Depp. “It’s like asking the question ‘How are you doing?’ but the subtext is ‘God, I hate you.’” headtopics.com
assaulting a journalist “Everything the majority of you have been reading for the past five or six years regarding my life is fantastically, horrifically written fiction,” slammed Depp. “It’s like asking the question ‘How are you doing?’ but the subtext is ‘God, I hate you.’”
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