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In City of Lies, Depp plays LAPD detective Russell Poole, and Whitaker is the journalist looking into the unsolved murder, which came six months after the death of Smalls' rap rival Tupac Shakur in Las Vegas. "Based on the nonfiction book LAbyrinth, written by Randall Sullivan". Last month, Depp was sued for allegedly assaulting location manager Greg "Rocky" Brooks on the movie's Los Angeles set. But the announcement comes after the publication of a Rolling Stone interview with Depp in which the actor said a lot of things including that he would have dropped LSD on Osama Bin Laden's compound.
It's also possible that City of Lies is being relocated to a later release date that hasn't yet been established, or that it's being sold off to Netflix like a number of other recent (unloved) studio efforts. The suit, which also names the film's director and producers, alleges that Depp verbally abused Brooks before punching him twice. To that effect, the actor recently showed up at Comic-Con in character to promote The Crimes of Grindelwald, an appearance that generated controversy because his ex-wife, Amber Heard, was also at the Warner Bros. panel to promote Aquaman.
Depp, who faced accusations of domestic violence in his divorce from Amber Heard, past year generated controversy for another film he's attached to, "Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald".