Robert Downey Jr FaceTimes Johnny Depp To Celebrate His Trial Victory


Johnny Depp ended up winning his defamation case against Amber Heard and his friend, Robert Downey Jr. celebrated with him over a FaceTime call.

It was revealed that The Tropic Thunder actor gave fellow film star Johnny a FaceTime call to revel in his win.

This was actually revealed by the latter’s close friend Josh Richman (via The Daily Mail) during a charity live stream event for Children’s Hospital Los Angles.

it was reported that Robert told Johnny: “John, thank God it’s over”.

This came after Amber Heard did an interview with NBC’s TODAY show in which she claimed that the defamation trail verdic was “unfair”, as she put it.

However, during that interview, Amber did state that she was “horrible” to Johnny during their relationship.

Robert Downey Jr and Johnny Depp have been good friends for a while


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I do actually believe that there are many people in Hollywood that are glad this trial is over.

I think some studio are really starting to disctance themselves from Amber Heard following the verdict.

However, one studio, Warner Bros, still seems to be backing Heard.

It had been reported that she had been cut from their Aquaman 2 movie.

Yet, we’re no hearing that her screen time in the movie has actually been doubled!

I find that a bit difficult to believe, but apparently it’s true.

Anyways, it did seem as though DC Films’ President, Walter Hamada, was no fan of Amber’s.

He revealed during his desposition for the trial that there were conversations to have Heard’s role recast for Aquaman 2.

He added that the reason for those conversations were that Heard and the movie’s star, Jason Momoa, had no chemisty on the first movie.

There’s now a huge number of people on social media claiming that they are going to be boycotting the film.

What do you make of this news?

Are you glad to hear that Johnny Depp and Robert Downey Jr ended up celebrating his trial win?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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