Lily-Rose Depp made a uncommon remark for her father, Johnny Depp, in a present of assist for his new film.
The film, Jeanne du Barry, which stars the Pirates of the Caribbean actor 59, as King Louis XV, opened the 76th annual Cannes Movie Competition final week.
On Tuesday, Might twenty third, 2023, the 23-year-old daughter of the veteran actor who attended the screening of the primary few episodes of her and The Weeknd’s (Abel Tesfaye) new Sam Levinson-directed HBO drama, The Idol.
Speaking to Leisure Tonight, Lily-Rose gushed over the seven-minute standing ovation her father obtained for his biographical drama.
“I’m tremendous glad for him. I’m tremendous excited,” Lily-Rose gushed. “And it’s so superior that we get to do tasks that we’re tremendous happy with.”
The film premiere on the competition additionally marked the Discovering Neverland actor’s first main on-screen position since his controversial defamation trial with ex-wife Amber Heard.
Lily-Rose obtained a five-minute standing ovation of her personal for the controversial sequence.
“It was the primary time that I had watched it with an viewers exterior of like, myself and Sam and Ashley and Abel, which is simply sort of how I watched the primary couple episodes,” she mentioned.
“But it surely was unimaginable. It felt like such a fantastic celebration and a end result of every part that we’ve been via collectively, and simply sort of a fantastic course of that was within the present, and creating this little household collectively, and it simply felt actually, very nice.”
Lily-Rose Depp portrays Jocelyn within the a lot talked about sequence, a pop star coming off a psychotic break after the dying of her mom. The sequence garnered a whole lot of criticism over its express sexual scenes and nudity.