DC president: Amber Herd Almost Dropped From “Aquaman 2”, Due to Chemistry Issues With Jason

DC president: Amber Herd Almost Dropped From “Aquaman 2”, Due to Chemistry Issues With Jason

Walter Hamada, the head of DC films at the Warner Bros, has clarified that the incident of actor Johnny Depp was not bearing the future of Amber Herd in the “Aquaman” series. Instead, Hamanda mentioned that it was the lack of chemistry between Heard and Jason, which took place. Amber even testified during the defamation trial that she had fought really hard to stay in “Aquaman 2”, as because they didn’t wanted to exclude her from the movie.

“Aquaman” and the “lost kingdom”, are already shot and are expected to release on March 2023. However, on the other side, Herd gave a clarification that, her role as Mera, which is Jason Momoa’s titular character’s love interest and the female action star was “very pared down.”

The actress even said that “I was given a script and then given new versions of the script that had taken away scenes that had action in it, that depicted my character and another character.” Whereas on the other hand, the actor’s talent representative, Jessica Kovacevic, has testified that her career did not take off as planned after her appearance in the 2018 movie.

Even sources claimed less role of Amber in film sequel 

According to the sources, it came out that Amber was given a very less role in the next sequel because of her “lack of chemistry” with co-star Momoa. Jessica on the other hand said, that the decision which came up from studio to distance itself from Heard was due to the bad publicity and online assaults hurled at her after Depp’s team had claimed her for domestic violence charges were a “hoax.”

However on the other hand, Hamada testified via pre-recorded deposition from March on Tuesday. He went on to give a statement saying, no statements made by Depp or his counsel had any bearing on Heard’s role in the sequel. He further went on to say, there were studio conversations concerning Heard and Momoa’s “lack of chemistry.”

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