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Video: Johnny Depp Trashes Hollywood, Cancel Culture And The Media

Appearing in Cannes to promote his first movie since he was vindicated in a defamation trial against his uber-woke lying ex-wife, film star Johnny Depp spoke about rejecting Hollywood, refusing to “fall into line” to avoid being cancelled and how underhandedly hateful the media is.

Following the premiere of his new movie “Jeanne du Barry,” Depp received a seven-minute standing ovation from those in attendance at the Film festival.


owever, it was Depp’s comments to reporters that peaked the interest of many.

When he was asked if he felt betrayed for being “boycotted” by Hollywood, Depp highlighted how the concept of innocent until proven guilty has simply been tossed aside.

“When you’re asked to resign from a film you’re doing because of something that is merely a function of vowels and consonants floating in the air, yes you feel boycotted,” he responded.

Depp continued, “Do I feel boycotted now? No, not at all. But I don’t feel boycotted because I don’t think about Hollywood. I don’t feel much further need for Hollywood — I don’t know about you.”

He then addressed the reality of cancel culture, noting “It’s a very strange, funny time where everybody would love to be able to be themselves. But they can’t. Because they must ‘fall in line’ with the person in front of them.”

“You wanna live that kind of life, I wish you the best,” Depp said, adding “I’ll be on the other side somewhere.”



Depp further addressed those who are referring to his latest work as a “comeback”, noting “I keep wondering about the word ‘comeback,’ because I didn’t go anywhere. I live about 45 minutes away … I’ve been sitting around. ‘Comeback’ is almost like I’m going to come out and do a tap dance — dance my best and hope you approve,” adding “they use it as a kind of catchphrase. ‘he’s making a comeback.’”

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