Johnny Depp Will get Emotional As He Receives Seven-Minute Standing Ovation At Cannes 2023 For His Comeback Movie ‘Jeanne Du Barry’

New Delhi: Actor Johnny Depp who made a power-packed comeback at Cannes 2023 with the historic drama ‘Jeanne Du Barry’ acquired a seven-minute standing ovation for his efficiency.

In response to Selection report, a US-based media home, The actor, who hasn’t been seen in public since his lengthy court docket struggle with ex-girlfriend Amber Heard in 2022, acquired an enthusiastic seven-minute standing ovation on Tuesday evening on the Cannes image Competition’s opening evening image Jeanne Du Barry’. Depp held again tears because the viewers within the south of France applauded his portrayal as King Louis XV.

Maiwenn, the movie’s director and star, burst into tears when she briefly took the stage. “I want to share this moment with my lover, producer, and Le Pacte,” she defined. “It was a challenging production to fund… and I’d like to share this moment with my entire crew throughout the theatre.”

Depp arrived in Cannes to the cheers of 1000’s of admirers, who held placards exterior the Palais and shook as they sought to the touch their idol. Many individuals have been in a position to communicate with Depp, who managed the fan queue exterior for 5 minutes earlier than strolling the carpet.

Jeanne du Barry’ stars Maiwenn as Jeanne Vaubernier, a working-class girl in 18th-century France who rises via the social ranges and falls in love with King Louis XV. Her working-class upbringing makes her a social outcast on the king’s court docket. Benjamin Lavernhe, Pierre Richard, Melvil Poupaud, and Pascal Greggory are among the many supporting actors.

As per Selection, Maiwenn’s newest sparked debate lengthy earlier than it premiered at Cannes. The movie is Depp’s most high-profile partaking look since his divorce from ex-wife Amber Heard was settled in 2022. Even supposing the jury dominated in Depp’s favour, the actor stays on the fringes of Hollywood attributable to abuse costs that arose in the course of the trial. Thierry Fremaux, the pageant’s director, talked to the press forward of the opening evening and addressed Depp’s participation in Cannes.

Fremaux mentioned, “I don’t know about the image of Johnny Depp in the U.S. To tell you the truth, in my life, I only have one rule: It’s the freedom of thinking, and the freedom of speech and acting within a legal framework. If Johnny Depp had been banned from acting in a film, or the film was banned, we wouldn’t be here talking about it.”

“This [controversy] came up once the film was announced at Cannes because everybody knew Johnny had made a film in France…I don’t know why she chose him but it’s a question you should ask Maiwenn. As for the rest, I’m the last person to be able to discuss all this. If there’s one person in this world who didn’t find the least interest in this very publicized trial, it’s me. I don’t know what it’s about. I also care about Johnny Depp as an actor,” he added.

The actor was nicely acquired by the viewers current on the pageant. Followers went loopy for getting autographs signed by the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean star.

‘Jeanne Du Barry’ which acquired its world premiere on the Cannes market is searching for U.S. distribution on the pageant.

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