Amber Heard is set to make her return to the red carpet at the 69th Taormina Film Festival in Sicily, Italy on June 24. The “Aquaman” actress is expected to be there for the premiere of her new movie “In The Fire” — making this her first public appearance since ex-husband Johnny Depp won his defamation lawsuit against her. Heard, who moved to Spain following the highly publicized trial, will reportedly walk the carpet with the film’s director Conor Allyn and her co-star Eduardo Noriego.
“In The Fire” is a supernatural thriller set in 1899, where Heard plays a “pioneering psychiatrist” tasked with a “disturbed child”. The actress’s representatives have not yet responded to any requests for comments.
Last month, the 37-year-old confirmed in a video posted on TikTok that, despite leaving the US, she had no plans on leaving behind her career. “I love Spain so much,” she told a local reporter in Spanish, adding that she hopes to live there for a while. However, when asked whether she has any upcoming film projects, the “Rum Diary” actress responded, “Oh, yes.” “I keep moving forward,” she added. “That’s life.”
Since moving to Spain, Heard has been spotted out and about with her daughter, Oonagh, on numerous occasions. Meanwhile, Depp also recently returned to the Cannes Film Festival, where he was met with a seven-minute standing ovation for his portrayal of King Louis XV in the biographical drama “Jeanne Du Barry”.
Despite his critics praising his performance, many fans were less than impressed by his brown, “rotting” teeth. Celebrity dentist Dr. Apa told Page Six that Depp’s love for espresso and cigarillos is to blame for the “stainy” chompers, which most likely haven’t been cleaned in “years.” “He has wear, which has been a cumulative effect over a lifetime,” Apa explains. “Wear like that, sometimes we see it in 30-year-olds in really aggressive cases and sometimes we see it in cases like Depp.” However, it doesn’t seem like the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star is in a rush to get them fixed, given the fact he doesn’t “feel much further need for Hollywood.”