Johnny Depp criticized Hollywood for high-budget “disposable” movies 13:50

Actor Johnny Depp, who stopped collaborating with Hollywood after his trials with Amber Heard, criticized the “disposable” films of local studios. He stated this in an interview Metro.

“They are disposable and people understand that. Famous accountants who have the skills to greenlight and make studio movies, but also spend a lot of money. The budgets for these movies are ridiculous… It’s kind of a romantic comedy with two very popular people,” Depp said.

He expressed the opinion that “real” people were already tired of such films. At the same time, Depp does not regret criticizing Hollywood, as he does not plan to return to big cinema by participating in Hollywood films. The actor believes Hollywood is in decline due to the management of “privileged” accountants who green-light future movies.

Previously recognized About the future of Hollywood films after returning to the Russian market.

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Source: Gazeta


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