Amber Heard responds to rumors of her being removed from Aquaman 2 after she loses the famous defamation trial

Amber Heared

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Amber Heard was being trolled heavily by the netizens after the live telecast of the defamation trial with Johnny Depp, people were demanding for her role to be axed from the movie Aquaman 2. There are rumors that her role was cut by the producers of the movie. Here’s how she responds to the rumors!

Will we see Amber Heard in Aquaman 2? 

Several reports and speculations suggest that Amber Heard is already replaced for her role of Mera in Aquaman by the Warner Bros. sources claiming that the recasting of the role is done.  Such reports started going around last week saying that she’s permanently removed from Aquaman 2. The same reports also suggest that the studio will have all the scenes reshot with Jason Momoa and Nicole Kidman 

However, it seems that Amber knows what’s going on on the internet and therefore her spokesperson came out to clear the air once and for all. 

They said that these rumors are inaccurate, insensitive, and slightly insane and Amber Heard’s role in Aquaman 2 is not getting recast. All these reports which claim that she’s been axed from the movie are false. 

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Warner Bros., yet to confirm. 

Warner Bros. has not yet responded to these ongoing rumors or whether Amber Heard will be recast in the movie. It does seem like Amber has no say in this whole havoc. Whether she’ll be continuing with her role or how much screen time she’ll get in the movie, it depends on the decision that the studio will make. 




What was the deal between her and Warner Bros.?

If we talk in terms of the exchange of papers and documents, the scenes were shot a year ago and Amber has already got her $2 million therefore the deal between her and Warner Bros. is over. 

It seems like we still have to wait for any official statement from Warner Bros. in this matter.