The ‘The Idol’ actress spoke with ET on Tuesday from the South of France about her thoughts regarding the reception to her father’s performance in ‘Jeanne du Barry’. After their back-to-back premieres at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival, Lily-Rose Depp is supporting her father.
The actress discussed Johnny Depp‘s positive reception with ET on Tuesday from the South of France, where his biographical drama Jeanne du Barry received a standing ovation on opening night of the festival on May 16.
A year after his highly-publicized defamation trial with his ex-wife Amber Heard, the 59-year-old actor arrived at the prestigious film festival.
According to a source who recently spoke with PEOPLE about the veteran actor’s recent mood, Johnny “is doing fantastic” right now.
He loves being back on the road and working. After touring with his band The Hollywood Vampires, Depp will next direct the film Modi, according to the source. He has been successful in changing his life around.His major objectives are his job and his health.
He was leading a destructive life, and his friends and family were worried, the source continued. Everyone is delighted with the way he changed the situation. He is also much happier.
As for Lily-Rose, the Chanel model is creating a stir of her own at Cannes with the premiere of her HBO series, The Idol, which was created by Sam Levinson and starred Abel Tesfaye (better known as The Weeknd).
Lily-Rose thought it was amazing to watch for the first time in front of a big crowd; she said it felt like such a lovely celebration and a culmination of everything we’ve been through together, and just kind of a beautiful process that was in the show — and creating this little family together, and it just felt really, really nice.
We’re overjoyed at the reception from the room and especially glad for the actress to get to celebrate with us. When we finally got to share something with the world of which we are all so pleased, it felt really good to observe the response and everything.