Amber Heard finally fired from Aquaman 2? The DC director responds!

As the trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard continues, the director of DC speaks about the future of the actress in the film Aquaman 2.

The role of the actress more threatened than ever

The news is not good for the interpreter of Mera who could well lose his role in the film for good. After having already cashed a reduction in the importance of its role in the film, this one could quite simply vanishAmber Heard would therefore see herself replaced by another actress.

This is one of the most popular petitions in history: 4 million people have mobilized online to demand the withdrawal of Amber Heard in the film Aquaman 2and it would seem that the director of DC has of course fan discontent.

DC Director Walter Hamada speaks

The conflict between the Pirates of the Caribbean star and Amber Heard has impact on their respective careersone will surely no longer be able to embody the iconic pirate Jack Sparrow, and the other risks losing his latest role alongside Jason Momoa in Aquaman and it is Walter Hamada, director of DC, who talks about it during of his testimony on the stand.

When asked about the role of Mera played by Amber Heard, he indicated that the second opus of Aquaman would suffer production delays and that there were“discussions around a possible redesign”. But the director of DC protected himself from all attacks by indicating that it had nothing to do with the trial, but due to a “alchemy problem” between Amber Heard and Jason Momoa. DC would therefore be in discussion to find a person with a “more natural alchemy” with the interpreter of the King of Atlantis.

These are the concerns that were raised at the end of the first movie. ‘Did the two have chemistry?’ I think editorially they managed to make that relationship work in the first movie, but there were concerns that it took a lot of effort to get there and would we better find someone who had a better more natural chemistry with Jason Momoa and moving forward that way.

No official decision

Walter Hamada nevertheless confirmed that the studio “has not” yet made an official decision to start auditioning new candidates, but he reiterated his concerns about whether she was “the right person for the casting of the film”.

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is set to hit theaters on March 17, 2023, but it wouldn’t be surprising to see the film delayed due to Walter Hamada’s latest announcements on the possible replacement of Amber Heard in Aquaman 2.

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