Amber Heard Denies She’s Been Removed From Aquaman 2 After Defamation Case Loss
Amber Heard‘s team are clearing the air amid rumors Warner Bros. Pictures were considering to remove all of her scenes in the forthcoming blockbuster “Aquaman 2” following her loss in the defamation lawsuit with her ex Johnny Depp.
There have been rumors swirling around for a while now that Amber Heard has been removed from Aquaman 2 after losing defamation case against Johnny Depp.
Given all the backlash and criticism Amber received during the six-week trial, it’s understandable why a production studio would consider the idea of getting rid of a character who could potentially hurt the franchise by staying on board.
But according to Amber’s spokesperson, per TMZ, the actress is still very much part of the superhero flick.
“The rumor mill continues as it has from Day One — inaccurate, insensitive, and slightly insane.”
A Change.org petition with the title “Remove Amber Heard from Aquaman 2” surpassed 4.5 MILLION signatures last week, and since the film is still in post-production, it’s unclear whether Warner Bros. will choose to keep the Texas native in the film or edit her out completely.
In a sit-down interview that aired this Tuesday, Amber Heard spoke out for the first time since the verdict in her defamation trial, revealing she doesn’t “blame” the jury for siding with her ex-husband Johnny Depp but called out social media for the coverage on the big case.