There was not much time between Johnny Depp and ex-wife Amber Heard's appearances at the Comic-Con on Saturday.
The 55-year-old actor was a surprise guest at Warner Bros.'s Comic-Con Hall H panel, where he promoted his new movie Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald by disguising himself as the title villain, to give an in-character speech.
After that, the 32-year-old The Old Actress appeared at a Warner Bros. panel to support the upcoming Aquaman film though the two were not crossed at the event.
While their two panels in the same room they separated for at least one hour.
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Depp Casting in the Fantastic Beasts sequel This sparked controversy when fans first asked why he was making charges against Heard's Depp for domestic violence against him.
Heard had demanded a ruling against Depp for domestic violence for only one week after she filed her 15-month marriage in May 2016, claiming that the actor had been insulting on numerous occasions, including an incident she allegedly fearing had left her life.
Through his lawyers, Depp vehemently dismissed the abuse allegations during the divorce litigation, calling the allegations "lewd false stories, gossip, misinformation, and lies." His lawyers also accused the actress of making the allegations, in an attempt, "her fteen minutes of glory."
In June, Depp filed a defamation lawsuit against the British tabloid The Sun disputing allegations he abused Heard
Depp and Heard settled their hideous divorce in January 2017 – Depp paid $ 7 million Compensation (which they all donated to charity)
Author JK Rowling defended Depp's casting last December and wrote in part on their website: "Based on our understanding of the circumstances, the filmmakers and I are not only satisfied with our original casting, but also really happy that Johnny plays a major character in the movies. "
Dealer Warner Bros. also relied on the decision to have dork in the movie.
"We are, of course, aware of the reports that emerged about the end of Johnny Depp's marriage, and seriously take the complexity of the associated issues," they said in a statement received by Entertainment Weekly . "This question was raised by both sides in a statement saying," There was never any intention to take physical or emotional harm. "Based on the circumstances and the information available to us, we continue with the filmmakers to support the decision to continue with Johnny Depp in the role of Grindelwald in this and future films."