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Johnny Depp Secures Groundbreaking $20 million Contract to Continue as Ambassador for Dior Sauvage Fragrance

Published on May 20th, 2023 | Updated on May 20th, 2023 | By FanFest

Johnny Depp, amidst his comeback after the defamation trial, has reportedly inked a groundbreaking deal to continue as the face of Dior men’s fragrance Sauvage. Valued at over $20 million for a three-year term, Depp’s contract sets a new record as the highest ever for a men’s cologne. Despite facing setbacks in his Hollywood career following Amber Heard‘s abuse allegations, including being replaced in film franchises, Depp has remained the brand ambassador for Sauvage since 2015.

According to Variety, Depp’s deal surpasses Robert Pattinson’s $12 million contract with Dior Homme and Brad Pitt’s $7 million deal for Chanel No. 5., according to Fox News.

In the highly publicized defamation trial where Depp sued Heard over her abuse allegations, the actor emerged victorious. Heard was ordered to pay him $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages, although the amount was later reduced to $1 million. Depp pledged to donate the money to charity.

Recently, Depp received a standing ovation at the Cannes Film Festival for his portrayal of French King Louis XV in “Jeanne du Barry,” marking his return to a leading role after a three-year hiatus.

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Depp told Variety during the festival he does not feel “boycotted” by Hollywood.

“I don’t feel boycotted by Hollywood, because I don’t think about Hollywood. I don’t have much further need for Hollywood, myself,” he said. “It’s a strange, funny time where everybody would love to be able to be themselves, but they can’t. They must fall in line with the person in front of them. If you want to live that life, I wish you the best.”

He admitted, however, he felt that way in the past.
“Did I feel boycotted by Hollywood? You’d have to not have a pulse to feel like, ‘No. None of this is happening. It’s a weird joke,'” he said Wednesday. “When you’re asked to resign from a film you’re doing because of something that is merely a function of vowels and consonants floating in the air, yes, you feel boycotted.”

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