After Johnny Depp, Amber Heard to make a major red carpet appearance

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Following her loss in the Johnny Depp defamation trial, Amber Heard has been noticeably absent from the big screens and public events. She made the decision to relocate to Spain with her daughter, Oonagh Paige, after selling her home in California. Her main intention was to provide her daughter with a life away from the spotlight and more privacy. However, during a conversation with Spanish paparazzi, Heard clarified that she has no plans to quit Hollywood and revealed that she has upcoming projects lined up.


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Amber Heard’s Return to Hollywood and First Major Public Appearance

Just a few weeks after confirming her return to Hollywood, Amber Heard is reported to be making her first major public appearance since the Johnny Depp defamation trial. She will be attending the prestigious 69th Taormina Film Festival for the premiere of her new movie, ‘In The Fire,’ directed by Conor Allyn and co-starring Eduardo Noriego.

According to Deadline, Heard is expected to walk the red carpet at the 69th Taormina Film Festival, which will showcase the world premiere of ‘In The Fire’ on June 24, 2023. She will be accompanied by Conor Allyn and Eduardo Noriego. In the film, Heard will be portraying a pioneering psychiatrist in a supernatural thriller set in 1899. The story follows the determined psychiatrist’s mission to help a troubled child during a time when this field was not taken seriously.

Johnny Depp Defamation Trial Outcome

In the highly-publicized Johnny Depp defamation trial, the actor emerged victorious over Amber Heard. The trial concluded in June 2022, with the jury finding Heard liable to pay Depp $10 million in compensatory damages and $350,000 in punitive damages. Additionally, Heard was awarded $2 million after the jury found that she was defamed by one of Depp’s lawyers.

Despite the trial outcome, Heard is now preparing to reenter the public eye and make a comeback in Hollywood, with ‘In The Fire’ serving as her first major project since the trial.