Amber Heard has issued a press release in response to reports that she has been cut from Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. For these unversed, Just Jared revealed a report on Tuesday alleging that Heard is “being cut out of” the already-shot sequel, which is deliberate to achieve cinemas in March 2023.
“The rumor mill continues because it has from day one — inaccurate, insensitive, and slightly insane,” a spokesperson for Heard stated as per PEOPLE in response to the report. The news comes only two weeks after the judgment in Heard’s defamation trial in opposition to ex-husband Johnny Depp. A seven-person jury reached a call earlier this month within the trial that started on April 11 in Fairfax County, Virginia, concluding that Depp, 59, proved Heard defamed him in a 2018 op-ed. The jury awarded Depp USD 15 million in damages, however owing to a Virginia rule that limits punitive damages, Heard will only must pay USD 10.35 million (the decide diminished the quantity).
However, Heard gained one of the three defamation claims in her countersuit and was granted USD 2 million in damages. Interestingly, a number of occasions all through the trial, Heard’s participation within the Aquaman movies was talked about. After she auditioned, Depp stated he had a job in getting her forged, making a cellphone name to Warner Bros. officers to seal the deal. She refused it, stating she “fought actually arduous” to return for the sequel as a result of “they did not need to embrace me within the film.”
Meanwhile, in accordance with one unsubstantiated Hollywood report, Heard seems within the remaining edit for fewer than 10 minutes. The film is about to be released in 2023.
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