The movie rendition of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s high-profile defamation case has just been made available on Fox’s streaming service Tubi, and you have to see it for yourself to believe it. Quick Take: The Depp/Heard Trial chronicles the difficult relationship between Heard and Depp and the much-discussed defamation trial that ended on June 1st with a judgment.
The movie, which stars Megan Davis from Alone in the Dark and Mark Hapka from Parallels, is slowly gaining steam online as viewers are eager to watch a detailed examination of the two characters’ protracted conflict.
Some of them are also curious to see how the performers will bring their individual roles to life, and the trailer certainly gives you an idea.
You’ll see right away from the teaser how dramatic and serious everything is. While the person who plays Johnny looks uncannily like the Hollywood legend and makes it seem as though we are gazing at Depp himself, the actress who represents Amber does not resemble the contentious star. Here is Hot Take: The Depp/Heard Trial‘s dramatic first trailer:
However, according to Tubi’s chief content officer Adam Lewinson, Hot Take would “catch a timely take on a subject that became part of the cultural zeitgeist, giving a distinct image of what millions watched play out in the headlines throughout the summer.” The project’s purpose is yet unknown.
Despite the fact that the trial was well known, it would be reasonable to infer that both Heard and Depp are unhappy with the additional exploitation of their legal drama. Neither Heard nor Depp’s respective teams have commented on the movie.
Hot Take: The Depp/Heard Trial starting on September 30, will be free to view on Tubi.