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Amber Heard screen time not reduced in ‘Aquaman 2’

Amber Heard screen time not reduced in ‘Aquaman 2’

Amber Heard screen time not reduced in ‘Aquaman 2’

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  • A screening test of the film was conducted in November.
  • Despite claims otherwise, Amber Heard’s involvement in Aquaman 2 has not been cut short.
  • A source cautioned fans not to get their hopes up, as this is still a working draft and “not final product”.
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Johnny Depp fans were left startled when new reports revealed the involvement of his ex-wife Amber Heard in the Aquaman 2 has not been cut short despite claims.

The screen time of The Rum Diary’s star in the Jason Momoa-starring film has not been cut, despite a number of media reports to the contrary.

After a screen test of the film was conducted in November, a DC source revealed the news on Twitter.

“#AquamanAndTheLostKingdom had a test screening last night,” the source tweeted under the name The DC Syndicate. “Mera is still in the movie & her scenes remain unchanged.”

“Ben Affleck’s #Batman is not in the movie, he added. “Willem Dafoe’s Vulko is also not in the movie.”

Nonetheless, the source cautioned Heard followers not to get their hopes up, since the test screening findings are “not final product.”

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Previously, during her libel lawsuit against Depp, Heard stated that she had to battle to remain in Aquaman 2 and that her role had been reduced.

“They released me from my contract. I fought to stay in it and they kept me in it.” she told the court, “I don’t know if I will even be in the final cut or how much I will be.”

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