Amber Heard’s work on Aquaman 2 hangs in the balance. Warner Bros. Pictures holds an emergency meeting to decide to expel her.
the future of Amber Heard in Aquaman 2 It’s hanging by a thread right now. After losing the libel suit against Johnny Depp, the career of the actress has been completely suspended. We don’t know what will become of her in the DC Extended Universe, but all the rumors state that the studio doesn’t want her anymore. It could be a matter of hours before his immediate departure from the sequel to the king atlantis. I would follow in the footsteps of Johnny Depp as Gellert Grindelwald in Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets. The thing has gone from mother and Warner Bros. Pictures wants to redirect it.
Warner Bros. reportedly held a meeting and decided to remove all of Amber Heard’s scenes from ‘#Aquaman2‘.
As reported by the renowned ‘insider’ known as KC Walsh, Warner Bros. Pictures is having an emergency meeting to study the Amber Heard case. In the next few days we will know the final decision of the study regarding the role of Mera in Aquaman 2. Reports suggest that they will “scissor” and fully load the character. There will be no ‘recast’. The studio will prefer the option of literally removing her from the cut and re-evaluating the narrative. If it is very affected, there will be re-recordings. If it’s not too affected, they’ll move on with a couple of tweaks. As we say, it is a matter of days.
The DCEU audience is not entirely sold on this…
Viewers and fans of the DC Extended Universe have been concerned about Mera’s case in Aquaman 2 for months. They understand the situation Amber Heard is going through and are sympathetic to the studio. However, she is not convinced by the option of Warner Bros. Pictures to completely remove her from the footage. They believe that the best thing would be to do a ‘recast’: choose a new actress and introduce her in the sequel. A few weeks ago the possibility of ParisHilton. Nothing has been confirmed since then. We will have to wait for the next few hours to know the final decision.