The Johnny Depp Amber Heard defamation trial is being turned into a movie

The johnny depp amber heard defamation trial is being turned into a movie

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The Johnny Depp Amber Heard defamation trial is being turned into a movie: Johnny Depp versus Amber Heard defamation trial gets turned into Tubi movie with new trailer released just months after verdict in bombshell case.

A trailer for Hot Take: The Depp/Heard Trial was released on Wednesday starring Mark Hapka and Megan Davis as formerly married Hollywood stars Depp, 59, and Heard, 36. Hapka was a dead-ringer for Depp in his signature goatee, sunglasses and ponytail, while Davis was spot-on as Heard particularly in her courtroom attire. The one-minute trailer sees Davis as Heard and Hapka as Depp as they arrive in the courtroom for the first day of the explosive defamation trial. Scenes showed Depp greeting fans outside the court and Heard on the witness stand, with flashback scenes of the couple also reimagined

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