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There’s been an uproar ever since Johnny Depp, who was allegedly emotionally and physically abusive toward ex-wife Amber Heard during their marriage, was cast in the titular role of Grindelwald in the next Fantastic Beasts film, The Crimes of Grindelwald. Now, Harry Potter himself, Daniel Radcliffe, has something to say on the matter.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Radcliffe finally broke his silence on Depp’s casting, and doesn’t seem convinced by what Warner Bros. and his former producers have been saying about the situation. He said:
“It’s a very hard thing for me. [They] gave me a great start in life and an amazing job. [But] I can see why people are frustrated with the response that they were given from that … I’m not saying anything that anybody hasn’t already said — and this is a weird analogy to draw — [but] in the NFL, there are
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