According to explosive claims, Johnny Depp vowed never to work with Disney again after being pulled from the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise.

However, sources close to the Hollywood A-lister denied allegations that he is still enraged with the film company for denying him the franchise despite Amber’s lies.

In recent days, Disney executives acknowledged that they haven’t ruled out a return for Jack Sparrow, Depp’s famed The Pirates of the Caribbean character.

However, when asked explicitly if the controversial celebrity would be part of that next chapter, Disney Studios Motion Picture Production president Sean Bailey replied that company was ‘noncommittal at this stage’.

That was interpreted as leaving the door open for Depp to return to the franchise now that he has beaten ex-wife Amber Heard in last year’s acrimonious courtroom battle over domestic violence charges.

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Despite the fact that Disney may be keeping their options open, Depp’s associates told the Daily Mail that he has already made up his mind in the absence of a Disney offer.

They believe Depp has blacklisted Disney and is still enraged after being fired from the franchise owing to Heard’s accusations.

“They dropped him blind even though Amber had lied her a*s off,” a source told the Mail Online.

Another insider claims Depp’s personal Disney ban may spread to all of Hollywood as he licks his wounds following his courtroom victory over Amber Heard.

“He says he doesn’t want to speak someone else’s words. “At the moment, he is interested in authentic expression of himself through art and music,” according to the insider.

“He has no interest in Hollywood,” they continued.

Depp has already denied the ‘false accusations’ that he is refusing to work with Disney again and has banned Hollywood.

Such reports were dismissed by those close to the singer.

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“This is completely inaccurate and comes from an unreliable source,” they told the Mirror US.

“At this point, people are just making stuff up about Johnny, trying to capitalize on the anniversary of the trial to fill blank space for news.”

Despite the fact that the piece did not specifically name him, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor established that a 2018 essay published by Heard was defamatory.

A jury awarded him $15 million (AU $20.7 million, £12 million), which Judge Penny Azcarate later reduced to $10.35 million.

In a separate verdict, Heard was given $2 million in damages in a counterclaim against her former over defamatory comments made by his lawyer Adam Waldman, who referred to her abuse claims as a “hoax.”

Johnny Depp was asked to comment.


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