Talent manager Jack Whigham unveils it in a new session of the trial
In a new day in the trial between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp, it was the turn for the testimony of Jack Whigham (talent manager).
In this session, he commented on what it meant for Depp the publication of the article of the actress in the Washington Post in 2018.
“After the op-ed, it was impossible to get him a studio movie, which is what we had normally focused on,” Whigham commented during the litigation.
He also revealed that it proved impossible to get the Pirates of the Caribbean star to return to the famous saga in the wake of that publication.
“I was unsuccessful,” the agent commented in one of his testimonies.His statements would reinforce the testimony of Johnny Depp, who filed the defamation suit as a result of his ex-wife’s comments. The actor is asking for $50 million.
How much did Johnny Depp receive for his latest films?
Whigham himself also testified about the actor’s huge salary and cache. To reinforce the position, he revealed how much the Golden Globe winner charged for his last films.
Striking is the salary he would have received if the sixth filming of Pirates of the Caribbean: $22.5 million. In other films such as Murder on the Orient Express he reached 10 ‘kilos’.
List of money he earned for his latest films
Murder on the Orient Express: $10M
City of Lies: $8M
Waiting for the Barbarian: $1M
Pirates of the Caribbean 6 (cancelled): $22.5M if the movie would have been made[via]