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Johnny Depp to Direct First Film in 25 Years, Teams Up with Al Pacino for Modigliani Biopic




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Johnny Depp, the acclaimed actor, is making a comeback to the director’s chair after a hiatus of 25 years, Your Content has learned.

Depp will be collaborating with co-producer Al Pacino to create a biopic about the renowned artist Amedeo Modigliani, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Following his recent defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard, Depp is returning to Hollywood with this exciting project. Titled “Modigliani,” the film will delve into the life of the Italian painter and sculptor, offering a glimpse into his artistic journey.

Production is scheduled to commence in Europe during the spring of 2023, and further details about the cast will be unveiled soon, as reported by THR.

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Depp’s involvement in “Modigliani” marks a significant milestone in his career, as he takes on the dual role of director and actor.

Prior to this, he portrayed King Louis XV in “Jeanne Du Barry,” his first film since the aforementioned trial, as reported by Deadlines.

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