Stories point out that regardless of rumors over the weekend that she was fired from Aquaman 2, Amber Heard has not truly been changed as Mera.
Regardless of widespread rumors about Amber Heard being fired from Aquaman 2 over the weekend, studies point out that the actor stays part of the upcoming sequel to the 2018 blockbuster because the movie’s feminine lead, Mera.
There was an unverified report on a YouTube website that Heard was going to get replaced by Sport of Thrones‘ Emilia Clarke because of violating the well being and health clauses in her contract for the upcoming DC Prolonged Universe (DCEU) movie. That report rapidly unfold all through the web, resulting in “Amber Heard” trending on social media with followers reacting to the rumors. Nonetheless, Ryan Parker, Senior Employees Author for The Hollywood Reporter, reported, “Advised by a dependable supply that studies of Amber Heard being fired off ‘Aquaman 2’ are inaccurate.”
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Heard is a controversial determine in fandom because of the ongoing authorized battle between the actor and her ex-husband, former Fantastic Beasts star, Johnny Depp, over claims that the Aquaman star made that the previous Pirates of the Caribbean actor was bodily abusive in the direction of her throughout their tumultuous, short-lived marriage.
Heard wrote a bit for the Washington Put up in late 2018 describing Depp’s abuse and Depp sued her for defamation in early 2019, looking for $50 million in damages, as he believed that the claims of abuse led to Disney declining to incorporate Depp of their upcoming Pirates of the Caribbean reboot. After failing to get the go well with dismissed, Heard then countersued along with her personal defamation go well with, looking for $100 million in damages. Lately, Depp misplaced a associated defamation go well with in the UK the place he sued a British newspaper for repeating Heard’s claims in an article. The choose within the case dominated that the info supported refering to Depp as a “wife-beater.” Because of this, Depp was then fired from the upcoming Unbelievable Beasts sequel.
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A lot of followers, although, imagine Depp’s facet of the story that it was Heard who was the abusive one within the marriage, not him. A petition to take away Heard from Aquaman 2 acquired over 1,000,000 signatures final yr. Heard replied to the information of the peition in November, explaining, “I am tremendous excited concerning the quantity of fan love and the quantity of fan appreciation that Aquaman has acquired and that it has garnered a lot pleasure for Aquaman and Mera that it means we’ll be coming again. I am so excited to movie that. Paid rumors and paid campaigns on social media do not dictate [casting decisions] as a result of they haven’t any foundation in actuality. Solely the followers truly made Aquaman and Aquaman 2 occur. I am excited to get began subsequent yr.”
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