The Johnny Depp and Amber Heard verdict have passed, and the Pirates of the Caribbean actor has commemorated his freedom.
The 58-year-old has won his defamation case and was awarded $10 million in compensation costs and $5 million in punitive damages.
He sued his ex-wife for $50 million in an op-ed she published in The Washington Post in which she claimed she was the victim of domestic abuse.
Johnny has spent the last several months in the United Kingdom. From touring with Jeff Beck to splashing $50,000 at an Indian restaurant in Birmingham, he has certainly been pleased with the verdict.
he has just entered Instagram to tease a collaboration with actor Hedy Lamarr, an American film, and fans are concerned that his new song will be released.
Johnny Depp teases project with Hedy Lamarr
On Wednesday (April 8th) Johnny Depp announced a new project with Hedy Lamarr on his 25 million follower Instagram account.
He posted a famous photo of the actress and wrote Soon X before crediting her estate and CMG Worldwide for the image.
The actress passed away in 2000, so he isn''t even working with her personally, but all of the evidence suggests it''s a new song about her.
It must be a new song
As he went on tour with Jeff Beck, fans are convinced that Johnny Depp was releasing a new song.
The original song was a tribute to the late film actress and clippings of him singing the guitar ballad in Manchester are flooding the internet.
Earlier this week, the 58-year-old posted a fan TikTok video on his Instagram page, which included a list of his songs, including Hedy Lamarr.
Johnny Depp was a guitarist when he was little, but he spent the majority of his life acting, appearing in over 90 films.
It appears like he''ll back to his roots in 2022 and will release a new song, which he hopes will be more popular among fans.
Who was Hedy Lamarr?
Hedy Lamarr, an Austrian-American film actress and inventor, has been widely described as one of the finest actresses of all time.
Born in November 1914, she appeared in a number of large Hollywood films including Algiers (1938), Lady of the Tropics (1939), Boom Town (1940), White Cargo (1942) and Samson and Delilah (1949).
After appearing in numerous movies with MGM, she was honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
With composer George Antheil, she conceived a radio guidance tool called signal hopping, which paved the way for all modern day communication, including WiFi, GPS, and Bluetooth.