It's been a wild ride for Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard, as the two of them have been battling it out in court following their 2016 split.
Heard alleged Depp was domestically violent towards her throughout their marriage, however, Depp and others have come forward with evidence to suggest otherwise. Depp has since sued not only his ex-wife but also other publications such as The Sun for calling him a "wife-beater."
Johnny Depp wants to get back to work
Johnny Depp is eager to resume his role as "Grindlewald" for the third instalment of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them.
Still fighting in court with ex-wife Amber Heard, Depp is asking the court to push back several hearings to resume filming.
At the moment, the trial is set to take place on Jan. 11, and resume through until June.
According to the documents filed by Depp, filming for Fantastic Beasts had been set to start well before his court hearings, however, due to the novel Coronavirus pandemic, production was pushed back.
The current shooting dates in London conflict with the trial date, which is set in Virginia. The file also adds that if Depp misses his shooting days, he will be in breach of contract with Warner Bros.
A hearing in regards to the new court date will take place on September 11.