Amber Heard cornered: after the trial, a new blow

Amber Heard faces a new blow. Sentenced to pay 15 million dollars to Johnny Depp, the actress will be cut of Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, and her role was to be assigned to another actress, revealed the American media Just Jaredthis Tuesday, June 14.

The petition had collected nearly 4.5 million signatories. Amber Heard has been hitting hard since the verdict of her defamation trial, which pitted her against Johnny Depp. Sentenced to pay him $ 15 million in damages, the 36-year-old actress at the box office Aquaman must now give up on its successful role:Amber Heard will be cut in the editing of Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom aka Aquaman 2 “and Mera, the role she played should be redistributed to another”, confirmed a source to our colleagues. It must be said that Amber Heard, mocked on social networks since her time at the helm, did not come out unscathed from this legal battle against her ex-husband, Johnny Depp. judged “unconvincing” and “calculator”, the ex-girlfriend of Elon Musk was the victim of a petition, demanding his ousting from the hit film.

In total, nearly 4.5 million signatories and fans of the Pirates of the Caribbean star demanded that the young mother be cut from the editing of Aquaman 2 by Warner Bros and DC. For his part, producer Peter Safran stuck to his guns in 2021:Honestly, I don’t think we’re going to react to pure fan pressure. We have to do what is best for the film. It was estimated that if there was James Wan and Jason Momoathere had to be Amber Heard“, he assured.

>> Amber Heard cornered: after the trial, a new blow

Amber Heard: “I made a lot of mistakes but I always told the truth”

For the first time since the end of the trial, Johnny Depp’s ex-wife spoke in an interview with NBC: Until my death, I will stand by every word of my testimony. It was very, very toxic, we were horrible to each other. I made a lot of mistakes, but I always told the truth“, she assures in a first extract unveiled this Tuesday, June 14 and broadcast in full on June 17.

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