A Humorous Suggestion
Cooper recounted his amusing interaction with Depp in an interview with The Times. He shared that he once proposed, “’I have a great idea. You and Amber do a remake of The War of the Roses. Who wouldn’t go and see that?’”
The rock icon referred to the 1989 film where a married couple portrayed by Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner engage in a comedic yet acrimonious battle. Depp reportedly chuckled at the thought of revisiting the movie’s concept.
Depp’s Quest for Privacy
Despite his career in the limelight, Cooper highlighted Depp’s preference to stay away from the media frenzy surrounding his personal life. “Johnny is a good guitarist and in a way, he would have been happiest doing that, playing side of stage in a band and not having to deal with the level of attention he gets,” Cooper explained. He further revealed that Depp hasn’t watched any of his own movies.
Depp and Heard were married from 2015 to 2017. Their divorce garnered widespread attention due to allegations of abuse and subsequent defamation cases filed in both the UK and the US. The couple’s legal battles kept them in the public eye, with their disputes making headlines for years.
Known for his dramatic stage presence, Cooper has been associated with numerous headline-grabbing moments. One notable legend involves him biting the head off a chicken during a 1969 Toronto concert. However, Cooper clarified that this was a mere myth that began when he tossed a chicken into the audience assuming it would be adopted as a pet. The incident was sensationalized, ultimately contributing to his rock persona as a “villain” in the music industry.
Rock Legends and Silver Screens
Apart from his music career, Cooper has appeared in various films, including “Wayne’s World” (1992), “Dark Shadows” (2012), and the “Nightmare on Elm Street” franchise. His casual conversation with Depp showcases the camaraderie between the two rock legends, who continue to captivate audiences both on and off the stage.
Q1:Who won the case of Johnny and Amber?
Johnny Depp emerged victorious in defamation trial against Amber Heard. The high-profile legal battle between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard over defamation has garnered significant attention. Ultimately, Depp succeeded in his lawsuit against his former spouse, Amber Heard.
Q2:Will Johnny Depp act again?
Anticipated to feature prominently in the upcoming French-language film “Jeanne du Barry,” he is set to portray the enigmatic French monarch, Louis XV. According to an earlier report by Variety, the historical drama, directed by Maïwenn, will see her taking on the role of the ruler’s mistress, Jeanne Bécu.
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