Johnny Depp debuts with French film ‘La Favre’, Netflix refuses to finance

Johnny Depp debuts with French film 'La Favre', Netflix refuses to finance

Hollywood Actor Johnny Depp has been in the news for the past several months. He had filed a defamation suit against ex-wife Amber Heard and won. After that he got busy with his work. She has started shooting for the French film ‘La Favre’. According to the latest reports, Johnny’s first French film ‘La Favre’ will be streamed on Netflix. Earlier there were reports that the film is a Netflix Original, but the streaming platform has now denied such claims.

According to a report in Variety, ‘La Favre’ is Johnny Depp’s French debut film and will be streaming only on Netflix France. The film will be streamed on the OTT platform 15 months after its release at the box office. The report states that this is not a Netflix Original film, that is, Netflix is ​​not financing it. The OTT platform has licensed the film to stream only in France.

‘La Favre’ is a period drama, in which Johnny Depp will be seen in a different avatar. According to reports, Johnny Maven will be seen in the role of French King Louis XV in this film directed by Le Besco. The shooting of the film is yet to begin and the film will reportedly be shot at various locations including the Palace of Versailles for three months.

Maven will also work in the film

Not only this, interestingly, filmmaker Myven is also playing a role in the film. She will appear in the role of Jean du Barry, a countess who was Louis’s last mistress. In 2020, Johnny will return to the big screen with ‘La Favourite’ after ‘Minamata’, directed by Andrew Levitas.

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Court ruled in favor of Johnny

Johnny Depp has been in the news for quite some time over his defamation suit against ex-wife Amber. Meanwhile, on June 1 this year, a 7-member jury in Fairfax County, Virginia, ruled in Johnny’s favor that Amber defamed Johnny in a 2018 article of his. He also ordered Amber to pay US$10.35 million for damages caused to Johnny’s image and career.

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