Johnny Depp's representatives comment for the first time on the fake about his "visit" to Russia and his scandalous appeal to Russians
The director of Johnny Depp's film company and his assistant, Steven Deuters, commented for the first time on rumours of the famous actor's "visit" to Russia. According to him, the star has no intention of visiting the terrorist country.
It also turned out that Depp's scandalous address to Russians from the cinema screen was not specifically addressed to Russian residents. The comment was posted on Twitter (scroll to the bottom of the page to see the photo).
The actor's team was contacted by hundreds of users who asked him to officially comment on the Russian propaganda or refute it. Johnny Depp did not get in touch, but his assistant denied the news to the Russian media.
"No. It was a video made for the global release of the film. And there will be no visits to Russia," the commentary reads.
As a reminder, the Russians recently announced that Depp would come to Russia to record a joint track with a local band and travel around Russian cities. For this, he was allegedly promised $370,000.
Later, Russian media boasted that at a cinema screening of the film with Depp, the actor addressed them from the screens and wished them to "take care of themselves". Apparently, the Russian release simply translated the star's address to all viewers. In the original, the actor said "bye", which translates to "goodbye", not "see you later", as shown in Russia.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, the Russian Federation has impersonated Hollywood stars Johnny Depp and Ashton Kutcher as grandfathers of Soviet World War II heroes. According to representatives of the aggressor country, the celebrities defended Alchevsk in the Luhansk region.