Johnny Depp was holding back the tears as he received a SEVEN minute standing ovation at the screening of his first film in three years.
He plays King Louis XV in the project, with the star looking regal as you would expect in the film Jeanne du Barry.
Dior seemed happy with his look on the Red Carpet!
The fashion brand tweeted: “For Johnny Depp’s dapper @Festival_Cannes 2023 opening ceremony look, the Dior men’s tailors apply the #DiorSavoirFaire finishing touches to a custom-made black wool and mohair double-breasted peak lapel tuxedo by Kim Jones, with jewelled buttons. #StarsinDior #Cannes2023“
This tweet about domestic violence and Depp might strike a chord with you?
Mindy Davies tweeted: “Supporting domestic violence victims in the entertainment industry is crucial. Let’s stand together and show our support for #JohnnyDepp as they return to acting after their traumatic experience. Trauma can cause high levels of emotional, psychological, and physical distress that temporarily disrupts a person’s ability to function normally in day-to-day life. Let’s help them heal and thrive.
“It’s important to support domestic violence victims in the entertainment industry because they are often in the public eye and can be subject to intense scrutiny and criticism. This can make it difficult for them to return to work after experiencing trauma. By showing our support, we can help create a safe and welcoming environment for them to return to work and continue their careers. Additionally, supporting domestic violence victims can help raise awareness about this important issue and encourage others to speak out against it.”
This tweet shows the huge comparison in his life from then and now.
Johnny Depp tears
Here is Johnny Depp soaking in the applause for the film and it lasted seven minutes, and it looked like it was an emotional night for him.
After party love-in?
“Johnny Depp and Maïwen are now leaving Palais Des Festivals after a successful premiere at #Cannes2023 They’re still holding hands.”