If he’s been kicked out of Hollywood for a while since his win over ex-wife Amber Heard, Johnny Depp is at the heart of several very lucrative projects. After renewing his contract with Dior, for the perfume Sauvage – for a few million dollars – the 59-year-old actor is back on film sets and in France just that. And the star of Pirates of the Caribbean, who is in the cast of the next historic film by director Maïwenn Le Besco, has fallen in love with the Paris region to such an extent that he intends to settle down there. Out of love for the Eiffel Tower and good wine? Not only, Johnny Depp indeed hears get closer to his son, the discreet Jack Depp.
This is what our colleagues from Closer, on newsstands this Friday, August 19. The actor and former companion of Vanessa Paradis, mother of her two children Lily-Rose Depp and her brother Jack, is actively seeking a house in the Parisian suburbs, at the gates of Paris. “A residence where the actor can finally spend more time with his son, Jack, 20, who is very often in the capital“, we learn. He would also like to go behind the camera by shooting a feature film on the Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani, co-produced by Al Pacino, which would be shot partly in Paris. Johnny Depp therefore intends to stay in the French capital for a moment.
It will not be the star’s first home in France. If he is looking to find a Parisian pied-à-terre, the ex of Vanessa Paradis already has a superb residence in the south of France. He can therefore leave Paris when it pleases him to go to his gigantic domain of Plan-de-la-Tour in the Var. The latter is nevertheless still on sale, for the sum of 45 million euros.
But what becomes of his son Jack Depp?
Jack Depp is 20 years old. And if his sister Lily-Rose is in the spotlight, he has chosen to stay in the shadows so far. Since he was a child, he has been over-protected. Today, the young man has no social networks or is there on condition of anonymity. Perfect double of his father, he was in couple with model Camille Jansen, friend of his sister. If this idyll seems to be over today, it would therefore seem that he spends a large part of his time in Paris.