Johnny Depp the Fantastic Beasts’ Star Joins Instagram to Spread positivity amid the coronavirus outbreak

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Fantastic Beasts star Johnny Depp has entered into the Instagram universe to spread positivity amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Despite his legal crises and recent cinematic setbacks, it’s almost inappropriate to deny Johnny Depp’s work ethic and legendary style.

Johnny Depp on Instagram

The Fantastic Beasts star has acted in numerous hit franchises such as Pirates of the Caribbean21 Jump StreetA Nightmare on Elm Street, and most lately it is the Harry Potter prequel series Fantastic Beasts.

Johnny has given much entertainment to the audience around the world through film and television platforms for nearly four decades.

So, now he’s striving to spread some positive vibes straight to our screen during the coronavirus outbreak.

Johnny Depp, who until recently wasn’t on any social media outlets, joined Instagram with the goal to help inspire folks during the coronavirus outbreak.

Johnny Depp to Spread positivity amid the coronavirus outbreak

Johnny Depp the Fantastic Beasts’ Star Joins Instagram to Spread positivity amid the coronavirus outbreak-s

The Fantastic Beasts star posted a picture of him in what looked like a post-apocalyptic bunker or cave sorts enclosed by a group of lit candles.

It’s certainly creepy, but he followed the jarring image with an eight-minute-long video that addressed how people must come together and fight boredom and anxiety together during the time such type of crisis.

The Fantastic Beasts star then followed up his long introduction video with a song he created with Jeff Beck. The song was about overcoming adversity during these tough times.

Regardless of what you think about Johnny Depp, his message of making people smile is quite resonant and positive in a time where the news media has become increasingly nihilistic.

Johnny will next be seen in the third Fantastic Beasts film, which had its production recently stopped due to the coronavirus.

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