Johnny Depp's next movie has been pulled from theatrical release with just a month to go.
The film was set to hit screens on what would have been the 46th birthday of the iconic rapper, aka Biggie Smalls, who was gunned down in 1997 in a drive-by in Los Angeles.
According to Deadline, Depp's movie was set to release on September 7, but that will no longer be the case. Depp's character, disgraced LAPD Detective Russell Poole has spent years trying to solve the crime, while Jackson (played by Forest Whitaker) is a reporter desperate for answers. It's unclear if that's what contributed to "City of Lies" getting yanked from the schedule, though.
HuffPost UK has contacted Depp's representative for comment.
"In spite of fans voicing their concerns online about his presence in the movie after allegations of physically abusive behavior involving ex-wife Amber Heard emerged, the actor received applause and cheers from the Hall H crowd", says THR.
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