When, after the end of the Harry Potter film series, it was announced that work on another series set in the wizarding world would be working, fans did not hide their joy. “Fantastic monsters and where to find themHe renewed interest in Rowling’s novels.
The first film in the series was admired by viewers and critics alike, and sparked hope for more. “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of GrindelwaldDebuted in November 2018. A surprise to many It no longer excites the enthusiasm of the previous section. The audience did not hide their disappointment. The film casts a shadow over a scandal involving an impersonator in the title role.
Johnny Depp Then his ex-wife accused him Amber Heard For the constant use of violence against her – physical and mental. He portrayed her as a demonic schemer, portraying him as a savage driven by alcohol and drugs.
Although the actor claimed to be innocent, he was unable to prove it in court at the time, again damaging his reputation. In November 2020, a British court confirmed that the actor used domestic violence against Heard when he was her husband. And so the actor became a persona non grata in Hollywood.
He lost a number of lucrative contracts, symbolized by his downfall forcing him to quit the role of Grindelwald in the Fantastic Beasts film series. In the third part of the series, he was replaced by Mads Mikkelsen.
After Johnny Depp won a “trial contract” against Amber Heard, he once again became one of the most sought-after names in Hollywood. It turned out that the creators of “Fantastic Beasts” did not pay off to remove him from the third film, on the contrary – it turned out to be worse.
“Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s SecretsWith a budget of 200 million, they only made $405 million in movie theaters. In its first weekend of the show, it made just $43 million in the United States, the worst result of the series.
As a result, the fourth installment of the series was not on the list of Warner Bros. projects. coming. Discovery. According to initial confirmations, up to five parts of “Fantastic Beasts” were to be written. Today their rise is in doubt.
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