Thursday 29 September 2022 12:26 PM Johnny Depp versus Amber Heard trial gets turned into Tubi movie as new trailer ... trends now

Thursday 29 September 2022 12:26 PM Johnny Depp versus Amber Heard trial gets turned into Tubi movie as new trailer ... trends now
Thursday 29 September 2022 12:26 PM Johnny Depp versus Amber Heard trial gets turned into Tubi movie as new trailer ... trends now

Thursday 29 September 2022 12:26 PM Johnny Depp versus Amber Heard trial gets turned into Tubi movie as new trailer ... trends now

The Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation trial that included sensational testimony including allegations of jealousy over actor James Franco has been turned into a movie for Tubi just four months after the verdict.

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.

The one-minute trailer sees Davis as Heard and Hapka as Depp as they arrive in the courtroom for the first day of the trial, with scenes showing Depp greeting fans outside the court and Amber on the witness stand, with flashback scenes of the couple also reimagined.

Movie treatment: The Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation trial that included sensational testimony including jealous over actor James Franco has been turned into a movie for Tubi just four months after the verdict

Movie treatment: The Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation trial that included sensational testimony including jealous over actor James Franco has been turned into a movie for Tubi just four months after the verdict

'All rise, court is now in question,' a bailiff said at the start of the trailer.

Close-ups were then shown of Heard and Depp sitting in the courtroom followed a Tubi logo.

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.

'Ms. Heard has defamed Mr. Depp by calling him an abuser,' said Melissa Marty as Depp's lawyer Camille Vasquez.

New trailer: 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

Real life: Amber Heard is seen during the Depp v. Heard defamation trial at the Fairfax County Circuit Court on May 26

New trailer: A trailer for Hot Take: The Depp/Heard Trial was released on Wednesday starring Mark Hapka and Megan Davis (left) as formerly married Hollywood stars Depp, 59, and Heard, 36 (pictured right in court in May)

Fan favorite: Depp was shown acknowledging fans at the trial

Fan favorite: Depp was shown acknowledging fans at the trial

'Look what she said about me,' a distressed Depp said while showing a newspaper to a friend.

Depp was shown acknowledging fans at the trial while a stony-faced Heard walked outside the courthouse.

'It's day one of the Depp vs. Heard defamation trial; though fans are showing support for both sides, there's clearly a favorite here,' a reporter said outside the trial.

Flashbacks were shown apparently referencing trial testimony as Heard was on the witness stand.

'The drug use and the medications had gotten so bad and it scared me,' Heard said on the stand. 

Reimagined: The one-minute trailer sees Davis as Heard and Hapka as Depp as they arrive in the courtroom for the first day of the trial

Court: Johnny Depp listens to a question as he testifies in the courtroom during his defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard on May 25

 Reimagined: The one-minute trailer sees Davis as Heard and Hapka (left, in trailer) as Depp (right on May 25) as they arrive in the courtroom for the first day of the trial

Courtroom attire: A stony-faced Heard walked outside the courthouse in familiar attire

Courtroom attire: A stony-faced Heard walked outside the courthouse in familiar attire

Social media: A social media commentator was shown chiming in, 'Girl just wants some attention'. The reimagined social media video is likely reimagining the real-life online reaction to the defamation trial

Social media: A social media commentator was shown chiming in, 'Girl just wants some attention'. The reimagined social media video is likely reimagining the real-life online reaction to the defamation trial

A social media commentator was shown chiming in via an online video, saying: 'Girl just wants some attention.'

The reimagined social media video is likely reimagining the real-life online reaction to the defamation trial, with people watching the live stream and taking to social media to comment on it.

'It didn't happen,' Depp said in his defense.

'Borderline personality disorder and histrionic personality disorder,' a witness said referencing Heard.

A scene also showed Depp and Heard sitting next to each other having a conversation.

'Another one with James Franco?,' Depp asked.

Good question: 'Another one with James Franco?,' Depp asked about the actor

Good question: 'Another one with James Franco?,' Depp asked about the actor

'Are you jealous of him, too?,' Heard asked.

The reference to James Franco likely referred to Heard saying in testimony at the Fairfax County Circuit Court that Franco was a source of animosity between her and Depp during their tumultuous relationship.

Heard testified that Depp, 58, was physically and verbally abusive to her on a May 2014 Boston-to-Los Angeles private plane ride out of jealousy that she was working with Franco on the 2015 crime drama The Adderall Diaries, People reported.

Heard, who had previously worked alongside Franco in 2008's Pineapple Express, said that Depp put her through a 'nightmare' in clashing with her over accepting the acting job alongside Franco in the film, which also starred Ed Harris, Timothée Chalamet and Christian Slater.

Depp 'was mad at me for taking the job with James Franco,' Heard told the court. 'He hated, hated James Franco and was already accusing me of kind of secretly having a thing with him in my past, since we had done Pineapple Express together.'

Jealous much: 'Are you jealous of him, too?,' Heard asked. The reference to James Franco likely referred to Heard saying in testimony that Franco was a source of animosity between her and Depp during their relationship

Jealous much: 'Are you jealous of him, too?,' Heard asked. The reference to James Franco likely referred to Heard saying in testimony that Franco was a source of animosity between her and Depp during their relationship

Real scenes: Amber Heard is pictured in the courtroom

Personal information: 'Borderline personality disorder and histrionic personality disorder,' a witness said referencing Heard

Personal information: 'Borderline personality disorder and histrionic personality disorder,' a witness said referencing Heard

Heard said that Depp was controlling over scenes she filmed that involved 'any sort of romantic' interactions. 

Elsewhere in the trailer, flashbacks were shown of their relationship as Depp said in a voice-over, 'This is my life, no one should have to go through this.'

Heard also was shown crying on a bed in other emotional scenes.

'I have the right to say what happened to me,' Heard said. 

Depp was then shown in the backseat of a car speaking with his driver

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