The Truth Behind Johnny Depp’s New Look

A few weeks ago, a tired looking, Jonny Depp, arose from the dark, hidden corners of Hollywood. He’s been in hiding for quite some time and the world waited for his return. But Depp did not return. At least the Depp we all know and love. A different, almost golem-like creature came before us that day. While he seems to be in better shape now, we are all left wondering. What the heck happened to him? Here are some theories.

DOES JOHNNY DEPP HAVE CANCER?

If you haven’t seen the pics yet, go check it out now. Johnny Depp looks horrible. He looks ill. Hence, many people are starting to wonder if the superstar has cancer or some other horrible incident. It would make sense. Depp has been out of the public eye for quite some time now and he is getting up there in age. Ok, 55 isn’t that old but it’s old enough to get cancer. If he doesn’t have cancer, then there are a few other reasons that describe his shabby shape.

IS JOHNNY DEPP ADDICTED TO HEROIN?

We all know Johnny Depp likes to kick back a few bottles of wine and experiment with some drugs from time to time. However, has he finally gone off the deep end? The picture suggests it. It looks like someone is coming out of a dark room after a 30-day heroin bender. If that’s not the case, then there is only one explanation left.

IS JOHNNY DEPP PREPARING FOR A NEW MOVIE?

Depp loves to get into character. Some might say he gets into character a little too much. Friends around Depp all know that he never really came out of certain roles like Hunter S. Thompson in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas or Captain Jack Sparrow in Pirates of the Caribbean. Those roles are apart of him forever. So, it makes sense if Depp is yet again, diving deep into some character research with his new look. Thankfully, the actor seems to be looking fine once again as he tours around in his band Hollywood Vampires. When he comes back into America, legend has it that Depp might be teaming up with a promising new crypto startup so stay tuned for more on that later.

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