He recently landed in the Czech Republic for his performance at the 55th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.
And Johnny Depp, 58, delighted fans on Saturday when he arrived at the event to greet them, donning a mottled vest over a slightly open white shirt.
The acting legend waved to his adoring fans, also wearing mirrored sunglasses and a striped flat cap.
Film Festival: Johnny Depp waved to adoring fans as he arrived at the 55th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in the Czech Republic on Saturday…
Johnny paired the cardigan with dark jeans and completed the look with a gray scarf.
Over the weekend, some of the successful star’s latest projects were recognized at the iconic film festival.
Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan, was introduced during Friday’s proceedings, a documentary that explores the life of Irish singer-songwriter and Pogues frontman Shane MacGowan.
Expected arrival: Johnny donned a spotted cardigan over a slightly open white shirt
Red carpet event: Johnny paired the cardigan with dark jeans and completed the look with a gray scarf
Excited: The 58-year-old actor delighted his fans when he arrived at the event to greet them
Grateful: The father of two eager to show his lovers his appreciation and waved to the crowd when he was later seen wearing a camouflage jacket
Cool: The acting legend also wore mirrored sunglasses and a striped flat cap
Eagerly waiting: The crowd looked elated when they finally caught a glimpse of the successful star
The screening was followed by an interview with the filmmakers, Johnny himself and director Julien Temple.
The father of two was also spotted on Saturday wearing a camouflage jacket as he prepared to present the film Minamata – about a war photographer capturing the devastating effect of mercury poisoning in Japanese coastal communities.
The Golden Globe winner was also a guest at the closing ceremony on Saturday.
Recognized work: Over the weekend, some of the successful star’s latest projects were recognized at the iconic film festival
Movie Promotions: The Dad of Two Introduced the Movie Minamata on Saturday
Bustling crowd: Fans stopped to take pictures of Johnny as he arrived
Appearance: The Golden Globe winner was also a guest at Saturday’s closing ceremony
The apparitions come after Johnny is cleared by a court to proceed with a $50 million defamation charge against Amber Heard.
On Tuesday, a Virginia judge ruled that Johnny can continue the lawsuit, based on a 2018 Washington Post op-ed she wrote in which she said she was a survivor of domestic violence.
She didn’t mention Johnny in the story, though she publicly accused him of abusing her during their 2016 split.
Sue: Johnny won the right to sue Amber Heard (pictured in November 2011) in a $50 million libel suit on Tuesday after a Virginia judge dismissed the actress’ plea to dismiss the lawsuit
The actor is trying to clear his name after losing a libel suit against The Sun after the newspaper labeled him a ‘wife beater’ amid allegations of domestic violence.
Johnny’s lawsuit filed in Fairfax County, Virginia, accuses Heard of creating a ‘hoax’ account; Amber had requested that the libel charges against her, filed in March 2019, be dropped, claiming that the ruling in the UK case should bring new cases in her favor as they both relate to allegations of domestic violence against Johnny.
But Judge Penny Azcarate ruled that The Sun and Amber’s statements were “inherently different.”
Claims: The Supreme Court libel suit heard a series of allegations about the nature of Johnny’s relationship with his ex-wife Amber, and was nicknamed the Trial of the Century
The ruling said: “The Sun’s interests were based on whether the statements the newspaper published were false.
‘[Heard’s] interests concern whether the statements she published were false.’
The ruling also noted that Johnny had filed the defamation charge against The Sun before Amber’s op-ed was published – and that she was not named in the case against the British newspaper.
Filed: Johnny’s lawsuit, filed in Fairfax County, Virginia, accuses Heard of creating a ‘hoax’ account
In the December 2018 op-Ed, the actress wrote: “I became a public figure representing domestic violence, and I felt the full force of our culture’s anger at women who speak out.”
The British Supreme Court ruled against Johnny after an explosive three-week trial in July last year, finding that allegations that the actor was a ‘wife beater’ were ‘substantially true’.
The judge ruled that Johnny assaulted Amber a dozen times, often putting her in “fear for her life” three times during drink and drug addictions, which he says turned the actor into a “monster” in one of the most high-profile defamation clashes in history. In recent years.
Lawyers for The Pirates of the Caribbean star had asked two Court of Appeal judges to give him permission to challenge the ruling, with the aim of overturning the findings and ordering a second trial.
They claimed that the judge in Johnny’s first libel trial had not “actually” considered all the assault charges against him and that they had “new evidence.” Amber had “lied” about giving her entire $7 million divorce settlement to charities.
They said the charity claim affected how her testimony was viewed, but the Court of Appeal ruled it had no impact on the judge and he would have reached the same conclusion if Heard had been a victim of domestic violence.
Johnny lost his role in Warner Bros. Fantastic Beasts after the Supreme Court ruling, and the damage to his reputation threatens to lose him more roles in the future.
Verdict: The verdict also noted that Johnny filed the libel suit against The Sun before Amber’s op-ed was published