Amber Heard was almost not taken to “Aquaman 2” and she failed to agree on an increase in the fee


Amber Heard played the role of Mera in the 2018 Aquaman movie, but she was almost not cast in the sequel, according to a new report. According to media reports, Warner Bros initially turned down Heard’s option in Aquaman 2, despite the success of the first film, due to concerns over her relationship with star Jason Momoa. The information is reportedly derived from the testimony of DC Films President Walter Hamada, who will be presented in an upcoming libel lawsuit with Heard’s ex-husband Johnny Depp.

Heard ended up being cast in Aquaman 2 and is already in the film, but reportedly couldn’t negotiate a pay increase for the sequel. Hurd’s team claims this is the result of a scandal surrounding her relationship with Depp. Heard also claims that Depp’s issues have kept her from getting any new lucrative roles or publicity, and the report says that “expert testimony can support her claim.”

Depp and Heard have been in legal battle for several years after Heard divorced Depp and then received a temporary injunction against him in May 2016. In 2018, Hurd wrote an op-ed in The Washington Post and the relationship between Depp and Hurd came under even more scrutiny after Depp filed a libel suit against British tabloid The Sun after the publication called Depp a “wife beater” in the article. 2018.

As for the upcoming libel trial, hearings will begin this week in the state of Virginia on Depp’s defamation lawsuit against Heard in connection with the publication. He is reportedly seeking $50 million in damages and the trial will be broadcast on Court TV.

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