Jason Momoa and director James Wan ‘fought’ to keep Amber Heard in Aquaman 2.

Jason Momoa and director James Wan ‘fought’ to keep Amber Heard in Aquaman 2.

Jason Momoa and director James Wan ‘fought’ to keep Amber Heard in Aquaman 2.
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Jason Momoa and Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom director James Wan pushed to keep Amber Heard in the film, according to a new witness in the ongoing defamation lawsuit between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard. Patrick Wilson, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Nicole Kidman, and others will join Heard and Momoa in the DC Extended Universe sequel.

However, Amber Heard’s ongoing defamation case against ex-husband Johnny Depp has become the newest roadblock for Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, and new details about the behind-the-scenes troubles have emerged. Industry source Kathryn Arnold released more details regarding Amber Heard’s participation in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom through The Wrap while the defamation trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard continues.

Arnold testified that Heard was not requested to participate in the film’s poster shoot and was told she wouldn’t be able to attend this year’s DC FanDome event, but that her role in the film is secure for the time being thanks to co-star Jason Momoa and director James Wan’s efforts.

“Her management team fought very hard and they ultimately ended up hiring her, but not only because of what her management did but also because star Jason Momoa and director James Wan committed to her.”

During the trial, Momoa and Wan remained mainly mute on the situation and how it would effect the final cut of Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. With the defamation trial approaching its conclusion, DC Films CEO Walter Hamada is scheduled to testify in the studio’s defence and refute Heard’s claims that she was cut from the planned sequel.

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