Amber Heard’s role in ‘Aquaman 2’ hasn’t been recast
With the constant media circus surrounding the defamation lawsuit between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp, it was inevitable that various rumors would start flying. One of the most widespread rumors was that Amber Heard would be recast as Mera in the upcoming Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. According to a recent statement from his spokesperson, this is not the case.
His spokesperson recently released a statement explaining the situation. Here’s what she had to say: “The rumor mill continues as it has since day one: inaccurate, insensitive and a little crazy.” Despite numerous initial reports claiming otherwise, it would appear that as of now, Heard will still appear as Mera in the film.
During the Depp/Heard trial, DC Films chief Walter Hamada testified – and the topic of Heard’s role recast came up. Hamada said he didn’t know whether or not they would continue with Heard in her role as Mera after-Aquaman 2. To further muddy the waters, a report by Just Jared claimed that Heard had been recast. They cited an inside source who shared this information.
Specifically, Just Jared claims “Warner Bros. decided to recast the role of Amber Heard after testing the film. They will be doing reshoots with Jason Momoa and Nicole Kidman. Shortly after, they updated the story to reflect this: “ Amber wasn’t completely cut from the film, she still has a small role.
Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom was repeatedly pushed back throughout its troubled production. Originally slated for a December 2022 release, it will now open in theaters in March 2023.
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