J K Rowling Defends Casting Johnny Depp In 'Fantastic Beasts

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J K Rowling Defends Casting Johnny Depp In 'Fantastic Beasts
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Rowling is correct, "conscience isn't governable by committee," and sure, we can all objectively stand back, raise our hands, and say that no one really knows what actually happened between Depp and Heard. But I'd be interested to know how Rowling came to her "understanding of the circumstances," and whether or not a conversation with the victim -- which by the way is Amber Heard, not Johnny Depp -- happened. Or, if everyone just got assurances from Team Depp that everything was cool.

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