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    Johnny Depp fans were ecstatic when they found out the actor was reportedly set 'to return' to Pirates of the Caribbean after being dropped from the franchise in 2018. However, it's unlikely the star, 59, will be returning to his iconic role as Jack Sparrow as his official representative has spoken out on the report.  They have denied the claims that Depp has been in talks with Disney about a '$300 million deal' and told NBC News: 'This is made up'. Update: Johnny Depp fans were ecstatic when they found out the actor was reportedly set 'to return' to Pirates of the Caribbean after being dropped from the franchise in 2018 Depp was the major lead in five Pirates movies over the past 15 years and made what was thought to be his final voyage on the Black Pearl in Dead Men Tell No Tales which was released in 2017.  But a source told Poptopic that the actor has been in talks with Disney about a '$300 million deal' after winning his defamation trial again Amber Heard. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1...
    In her first interview since losing an explosive defamation trial to Johnny Depp, Amber Heard insisted she stood by everything she said in the courtroom and shared grim details about the public invective against her throughout the case—including calls for her death. Heard spoke in a sit-down interview with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie on the Today show. “To my dying day, I will stand by every word of my testimony,” Heard told Guthrie when questioned about her accusations of abuse by her ex-husband, which a jury found to be defamatory on June 1. Heard also addressed the social-media frenzy that engulfed the extremely public trial, with online sympathy skewing heavily in favor of Depp. “I think the vast majority of this trial was played out on social media,” Heard said. “I think that this trial is an example of that gone haywire, gone amok. The jury’s not immune to that.” She added: “I think even [for] the most well-intentioned juror, it would have been impossible to avoid this.” But criticism from members of the public wasn’t just confined...
    The Republicans have thrown their weight behind Johnny Depp by posting a video of the star as Captain Jack Sparrow just seconds after the jury verdict found Amber Heard had defamed him. The Republican House Committee on the Judiciary tweeted a GIF of Depp as the character of Captain Jack Sparrow seconds after the jury found in the actor's favor. The Tweet had no words attached but shows one of the first scenes of Sparrow making a seemingly triumphant entrance during the first film, Curse of the Black Pearl. While the Tweet garnered almost 10,000 likes on the social media platform, many were enraged the official Twitter account had posted it.  The Republican House Committee on the Judiciary tweeted a GIF of Depp as the character of Captain Jack Sparrow seconds after the jury found in the actor's favor Johnny Depp won his libel case against Amber Heard (pictured before the verdict was read) and said he has 'his life back' after the jury ruled he was defamed and awarded him $15million The actor was awarded $15million - $10million in...
    As the seventh and final week of the Depp v. Heard trial begins Monday, actor Johnny Depp is expected to take the stand again in cross-examination as a rebuttal witness called by ex-wife Amber Heard’s lawyers. Both Depp's and Heard’s legal teams were given just over 61 hours to present their cases. Heading into Monday morning, Heard’s lawyers reportedly had 8 hours and 14 minutes left, while Depp’s legal team had 18 hours and 30 minutes remaining. SHE’S BRILLIANT!’: DEPP’S LAWYER IS POPULAR FOR TOUGH QUESTIONS OF AMBER HEARD Last week, as Depp drove from the courthouse in Fairfax County, Virginia, he responded to fans calling out to him using the infamous Pirates of the Caribbean “Capt. Jack Sparrow” voice. Depp waved out his SUV’s window as fans shouted compliments and support, including one fan telling the actor, “You’ll always be our Capt. Jack Sparrow.” #JusticeForJohnnyDepp Captain Jack made an appearance, y’all!! Thanks JD & team ❤️❤️ Sending love and support!! pic.twitter.com/OUJkFziNes— Bekka Schultz Fontanilla (@CasablancasGrl) May 18, 2022 “He’s still around somewhere,” Depp...
    PAGOSA SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) — Crews at Wolf Creek Ski Area in Pagosa Springs had to do some serious shoveling to dig out buried treasure! One of their snowcats was completely covered by the recent snowfall. The only indication of its location was a pole sticking up out of the snow. (credit: Augie Sparrow via Wolf Creek Ski Area) They shared photos of the giant project on social media. (credit: Augie Sparrow via Wolf Creek Ski Area) “Mining for the goods… extraction of the Horseshoe Bowl Snowcat has begun.” (credit: Augie Sparrow via Wolf Creek Ski Area) The snowcat was completely covered under several feet of snow. According to the ski area’s website, the resort has had 217 inches of snow so far this season. (credit: Davey Pitcher) Resort officials said the effort to uncover the snowcat took about 12 hours but is now complete!
    A viral video purporting to show an individual in California filling out seven ballots for Democratic candidate Joe Biden is fake. Hide The footage, which was originally posted to TikTok but has since been deleted, circulated on Twitter Friday and was used as evidence of widespread voter fraud. Hide 7? Is that how it lines up? Was Cali red?What is this? pic.twitter.com/J8irrcJOQa— ToRE (@TweetWordz) November 6, 2020 But the TikTok user who first posted the video, Weston Sparrow, has admitted that the video didn’t use real ballots. And it turns out that the footage is actually weeks old as well. Hide Speaking with the Daily Dot, Sparrow stated that he filmed himself on Oct. 12 filling out the sample ballots as part of a joke. “The TikTok video was political satire using sample ballots anyone can print at home,” Sparrow said. “This video blowing up all over Twitter has just proven that people will believe whatever they want to believe.” The footage caught the attention of Eric Trump at the time, who shared the video in a now-deleted tweet. Hide...
    The Delaware State Police arrested 19-year-old Noah Sharp in connection with the murder of his 17-year-old ex-girlfriend, Madison Sparrow, WPVI-TV reported. Authorities discovered Sparrow's body on Monday in a wooded area of Newark, Delaware. What's a brief history here? Sparrow's family reported the teen missing on Friday after she went out and did not return. According to the Philly Voice, Sparrow told family members prior to leaving the house that she was going for ice cream and to pick out a birthday present for her sister. Police issued a Gold Alert for the missing teen on Saturday night. What are the details? Authorities arrested Sharp on Monday after he reportedly confessed to the killing and "directed detectives to a wooded area near Interstate 95 and Del. 896, where they found Sparrow's body, according to court documents." According to WCAU-TV, investigators said that Sparrow died from blunt force trauma to her body and that Sharp had allegedly bludgeoned her to death with an aluminum baseball bat. ...
    This was a silent spring for Bay Area residents, as COVID-19 trapped us indoors to wait, worry and whine. But outside, our birds re-discovered their most sexy serenades.  The stage was all theirs. A first-ever acoustic comparison of avian songs before and during the springtime shutdown reveals that birds respond quickly when humans hush. They sang more softly — and these songs were faster, with a wider, lower and more romantic range of pitch, according to the study, published in Thursday’s issue of the journal Science. No longer forced to compete with human pandemonium, bird songs were more than four decibels quieter during the shutdown; because decibels are measured on a logarithmic scale, this means songs were one-third softer. Remarkably, birds also dropped their pitch by 160 vibrations per second. “It highlights how much of an effect that humans have on wildlife behavior – and how quickly wildlife can respond when human behavior changes,” said lead researcher Elizabeth Derryberry, an animal communication expert at the University of Tennessee. “Nature takes over as soon as people get out of the way,”...
    There was a large amount to unpack in the time 2 finale of The Umbrella Academy. 1 of the most compelling items of the puzzle was the overall look of a floating inexperienced dice. What could it all suggest?  [Spoiler Alert: This article contains spoilers for The Umbrella Academy Season 2.]ROBERT SHEEHAN, JUSTIN H. MIN, AIDAN GALLAGHER, ELLEN Website page, TOM HOPPER, DAVID CASTAÑEDA, and EMMY RAVER-LAMPMAN | CHRISTOS KALOHORIDIS/NETFLIXThere’s a new group of superheroes in town In the remaining times of season 2, it’s revealed that the Hargreeves siblings traveled back again to a 2019 they ended up unfamiliar with. In their new reality, Sir Reginald Hargreeves (Colm Feore) ran the Sparrow Academy — not the Umbrella Academy.  Just after dropping Ben’s (Justin H. Min) ghost in 1 of the most heartbreaking scenes of the period, numerous fans were as stunned as the Hargreeves were to find his portrait hanging higher than the hearth where by Fives’ at the time lived.  What was far more shocking was that Sir Reginald and Ben surface to be alive in this new dimension. It is unclear...
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