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Fantastic Beasts Director David Yates Defends Casting of Not-So-Fantastic Beast Johnny Depp

Veteran Harry Potter director David Yates has finally spoken out about the frustrating inclusion of alleged domestic abuser Johnny Depp in the franchise’s Fantastic Beasts spin-offs, saying that Depp isn’t like those other bad men. Depp—who doesn’t appear to have had much trouble landing in roles in the wake of public allegations of physical and emotional abuse by ex-wife Amber Heard—is set to return in the title role of the prequel-sequel, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, much to many Potter fans’ (and former Depp fans’) disgust.
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