The controversial defamation case between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard is the subject of a new movie which is set to debut exclusively on the free Tubi streaming service.
Depp's pre-recorded skit involved him dressing up as MTV's iconic Moonman logo, with the 59-year-old's face apparently superimposed in the space suit.
The documentary will debut on NBC News Now and will be available for streaming on demand on NBCNews.com and Peacock.
Juror No. 15 was not, in fact, the same individual as listed on the jury panel, attorney Elaine Bredehoft who is on Amber Heard's legal team said.
In November 2020, Depp had withdrawn from 'Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore', in which he was supposed to reprise his role as Grindelwald.
Heard's legal team also argues that the jurors' $10.35 million award against the actress is "inconsistent and irreconcilable" with the jury's conclusion that both her and Depp had defamed one another.
Depp, who has played Captain Jack Sparrow in all the five 'Pirates' movies, stated in court that he has declined to be part of the franchise irrespective of how lucrative the offer is.
The order was a formality after the jury announced its verdict on June 1, largely siding with Depp after a sensational trial in which the couple revealed lurid details of their short marriage.
Depp was recently awarded $15 million by the court in Virginia in the defamation case against Amber Heard.
The lengthy, high-profile televised court battle ended Wednesday, when a seven-person jury found that Depp and Heard had defamed each other, but weighed in far more strongly with Depp
When asked if social media impacted the jury, Bredehoft replied: "Absolutely. Jurors [weren't supposed to be looking at social media], but how can you not [be aware]?
Legal and entertainment experts said that both actors’ reputations have been damaged by ugly details about their brief marriage.
The UK performance marked Depp's third consecutive show of the week with Beck.
The jury found in favor of Heard, who said she was defamed by Depp’s lawyer when he called her abuse allegations a hoax.
Tesla CEO and Amber Heard's ex-boyfriend took to Twitter, saying he hopes 'they move on' and that both the celebrities are 'incredible' at 'their best.'
When the jury deliberates, it will have to focus not only on whether there was abuse but also on whether Heard's op-ed piece can be considered legally defamatory.
Each side will have two hours to summarize their case in a trial that has stretched on for six weeks.
Heard was expected to be the final witness in the six-week libel trial Depp brought against his ex-wife.
She told the court how during a holiday in Jamaica with Depp he had picked her up and "got (her) medical attention" after she had fallen down some stairs.
Jennifer Howell — who once employed Heard's sister, Whitney Henriquez — testified briefly Tuesday in the six-week civil trial through a recorded deposition.