Johnny Depp has always been thin. But new photos of a 54-year-old actor looking dark and skinny have fans worrying about his health.
While in Russia final week to play dates with his rope Hollywood Vampires, Depp acted for a print with suitor @violet_loveit, wearing a hat, shades and a too-big striped shirt. He took identical photos with other fans that seem to have been given deleted, yet they’ve left viral on amicable media.
USA TODAY has reached out to Depp’s deputy for comment.
Fans, predictably, were disturbed sick.
“Johnny Depp is not doing good guys,” @corbydavidson wrote. “Please greatfully tell me that Johnny Depp is only prepping for a film and not that he is ill means he doesn’t demeanour so good here,” @xLynnBbyx tweeted.
But fans who attended his shows expel doubt that there’s a problem. “Just saw #JohnnyDepp in unison in Hamburg. He looks healthy, happy and he had so most fun. … How cinema can mistreat an impression,” @its_batcountry wrote.
@Katty_McBowie posted a print of her with a rope in that Depp looks no thinner than his bandmates Alice Cooper and Joe Perry. “My life is complete,” she wrote.
It’s possible, of course, that Depp has mislaid weight for a role. His subsequent film, City of Lies, about a murders of Tupac Shakur and a Notorious B.I.G., is out Sept. 7. He also stars in a arriving Fantastic Beasts film, The Crimes of Grindelwald (in theaters Nov. 16).
He looks healthier in this shot taken in Moscow, posted on the band’s central Instagram account.
Depp has weathered a severe integrate of years, including a $7 million divorce from Amber Heard, who donated her allotment to charity.
He’s also had countless authorised disputes with his former business managers, The Management Group, accusing them of mismanaging scarcely $40 million of his income by allegedly collecting fees he never approved, incurring penalties for unwell to compensate his taxes, and loaning millions but authorization. They counter-sued, reporting that Depp frittered divided his millions, notwithstanding their steady warnings.
Contributing: Maria Puente