Amber Heard defended himself.
The 34-year-old actress’s ex-husband, Johnny Depp, recently lost the lawsuit on accusing him of “beating his wife”.
After the verdict, Depp amicably withdrew from the movie franchise of “Fantastic Beasts”, leading supporters to call on Hurd to face similar consequences because Depp also claimed that she was abusing him.
Since she initially accused Depp of being abused, the three-time Oscar nominee has been strongly supported by his supporters-eventually reaching its peak in the #JusticeForJohnnyDepp social media campaign.
AMBER HEARD denies causing harm in Johnny Depp defamation case
After the tapes reportedly submitted at the trial allegedly included Sid’s admission of “hit” her then husband, Change.org’s petition has received more than 1 million signatures calling for Sid to be removed from “Aquaman 2”. Remove.
In a recent interview with “Entertainment Weekly”, the star got rid of the selection controversy.
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“Paid rumors and paid advertising on social media do not determine [casting decisions] Because they have no basis in reality,” the actress said, “Only fans can really make “Aquaman” and “Aquaman 2” a reality. I am very happy to start next year. “
According to media reports, “Aquaman 2” has not yet been approved, but the sequel is believed to be most likely due to the original film’s box office revenue of $1 billion.
Hild plays Mera in the movie, as opposed to Jason Momoa and Nicole Kidman.
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She said: “I am very excited about the love and appreciation of fans that’Aquaman’ has gained. It has brought so much excitement to Aquaman and Mera, which means we will be back.” “I’m very happy to shoot that.”
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Rumors have also circulated that it is said that Hilde may eventually be deleted or reduced from the potential “Aquaman” sequel, and there have been recent reports that Mads Mikkelsen may replace Depp in “Fantastic Beasts.”