Johnny Depp Is Returning, And He’ll Play Johnny Puffs In Puffins Impossible!

It is not an exaggeration to say that Johnny Depp’s fervent admirers have been begging every day for their hero to stretch his muscles and spread enchantment once more on the big screen. Since his last film, Minamata, the actor has been absent from the game. Because of his famed divorce and a few other challenges he is battling, as well as his ex wife Amber Heard. However, it appears that the dark clouds are dissipating and a glimmer of hope is shining when he returns to our screens in Puffins Impossible.

Yes, you read that correctly: Depp is returning to the screen with an animated series that will span for 18 episodes and will be a follow-up to his 2019 short film Puffins. The story has been confirmed, and even the Pirates of the Caribbean actor has issued a statement confirming his participation. Continue reading to learn everything you need to know about the subject.

According to Variety, Apple and Amazon Prime have already purchased Puffins Impossible. The cartoon follows a group of adorable arctic birds commanded by Johnny Puff, who is voiced by Johnny Depp. Puff will become a ninja in the sequel to the 2019 series, and will be surrounded by superheroes.

In Serbia, the manufacture of Puffins Impossible has already begun. “‘Puffins Impossible’ is a fantastic narrative for all ages, humorous and informative,” Johnny Depp said in a statement, adding that he hopes the spinoff will be as successful as the original.

“The work that has been done in only one year is absolutely incredible; I’m blown away by the ingenuity of Serbians,” Depp remarked. The animated series “Puffins Impossible” is the first to be created in the Republic of Serbia.

This is a welcome break for Johnny Depp, who has been dogged by controversy for the better part of the last two years. Even his most important IP ideas had to be shelved. While his departure from Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them has been revealed, the creators of Pirates of the Caribbean have remained mute.