In a new interview for AP Entertainment, Mads Mikkelsen went on to take on the role of Gellert Grindelwald in the ‘Fantastic beasts‘Saga after the very controversial shooting of Johnny Depp! Here’s what he had to say!
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It turns out that if only he’d had Johnny’s phone number, Mikkelsen would definitely have done this courtesy!
During the chat, the Hannibal alum had just great things to say about the team he’s working with now and raved, “They are fantastic, nice people. David [Yates, the director] is fantastic, super nice, a wonderful director. So far it’s been great. ‘
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Mikkelsen was then asked if he had gotten the change, so he could speak to Johnny Depp to discuss the role and maybe get advice on how to portray it or any suggestions.
Mads admitted that, “No, I don’t know him” before remembering meeting Depp once.
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He showed interest in reaching Johnny and said, “I wish I had his phone number, but unfortunately I don’t.”
Discussing the process of making the character his without contrasting what Johnny Depp has already done with it, the actor argued, “The only approach I can take is to bridge the gap between what he’s done has, and what I’m going to do, and then we’ll see what lands. ‘
This interview comes a few months after Johnny Depp announced on his IG account that Warner Bros. asked him to finish the third installment in the Fantastic Beasts series.
He relented, but since then his loyal supporters have signed petitions and campaigned for justice as all of this is the result of his legal battle with ex-wife Amber Heard.
As you will recall, the actress accused Johnny of domestic abuse years ago, only to bring indisputable evidence that he was the real victim.
Even so, Johnny Depp still lost the case against The Sun, a UK-based publication that labeled him a “bully” with no evidence.