During the trial, Amber Heard discussed her involvement in the ‘Aquaman’ sequel, as over four million people petitioned for her removal from the film.
During her trial on Monday, the Hollywood actress testified that she had to ‘battle’ Warner Bros. for her part in the ‘Aquaman’ sequel, which was nearly abandoned due to the turmoil surrounding her former husband, Johnny Depp.
“I have,” Heard, who plays Mera in the film, stated when asked about her involvement in the impending sequel to the 2018 title, which will be released next year. I battled tooth and nail to stay in the film.”
She also stated that the filmmakers refused to ‘include’ her in the film, so she was given a ‘pared-down version’ of the original character in ‘The Last Kingdom.’
“They really took a lot of my responsibilities away from me.” “They just took a bunch,” Heard insisted. “I was given a screenplay to follow. Then I was given updated copies of the screenplay that removed action scenes that represented my character and another character without offering any spoilers. “There are two characters who are battling.”
Meanwhile, Jeanne Larson’s petition to remove Heard from ‘Aquaman 2’ has hit 4.5 million signatures, making it one of the most popular petitions on the site.