Johnny Depp Supporters Stream His Films For 24 Hours In Protest Of Amber Heard’s New Show

Johnny Depp films The Sun Libel Case

Supporters of Johnny Depp have done the incredible! They’ve gone ahead and streamed his films for 24 hours in protest of Amber Heard’s new show, The Stand.

2020 hasn’t been the best year for Johnny Depp. A lot of that has been down to his libel case against The Sun, which he lost. However, he was then asked to step down from his role of Grindelwald in Fantastic Beasts 3. It’s also looking like he might not get to play Jack Sparrow again.

So, yeah. It hasn’t been the best of years for the actor. However, there are people out there supporting him, and they recently organised a 24-hour stream of his movies in order to protest Amber Heard’s new show, The Stand.

Johnny Depp supporters streamed Johnny Depp’s films for 24 hours

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Amber Heard is just playing a supporting role in CBS’ The Stand, which is based on the book by Stephen King. However, she’s still out there getting new roles and people are upset by the fact that Johnny Depp’s basically being fired from his. They watched the likes of Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, What’s Eating Gilbert Grape and even Transcendence, which I actually quite liked.

So, in order to fight that, his supporters wanted to make a stand against The Stand, and they did pretty well. They managed to get the hashtag #DeppMovieNight trending on Twitter and people are still very much involved in the Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard legal battle.

What do you make of this news? Are you one of the many people to stream Johnny Depp’s films for 24 hours? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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