Johnny Depp claims he contributed to Amber Heard’s take on the role of Mera in Aquaman by pacifying Warner Bros.
Kodoani.com – When the trial court Johnny Depp and Amber Heard continues, more about Heard’s role in DC’s Aquaman series continues to be discussed. This time, the topic of discussion was how Heard scored the role of Mera in the first place.
During the trial, Heard adamantly discussed how Depp’s claims are said to have played a pivotal role in her acting career. She even went so far as to allege that her role in the upcoming Aquaman sequel has been significantly reduced due to claims and the studio absolutely not wanting her to feature in Aquaman 2 in the movie. .
The studio later denied these claims, saying that Heard’s ongoing legal battle is not the reason for her less screen time in the upcoming Aquaman sequel. DC Films director Walter Hamada stated that it was due to anxiety about Heard and the lack of natural on-screen reactions, adding that the sequel would go in a completely different direction from its predecessor and getting love won’t happen. is the main focus. As Depp stood back in the courtroom, he was asked to reflect on Heard’s audition process for the first Aquaman movie. Depp told the court how Warner Bros. told Heard that the film would be shot in Australia, which could be a problem for the actress.
Depp then went on to share that Heard asked him to speak to the studio because he already has a long relationship with Warner Bros. because he has starred in numerous projects with the studio, such as Black Mass, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and the sequel The Fantastic Beasts. He agreed to do so and made a few phone calls to his superiors in the company. Depp couldn’t confirm that he was the reason why Heard was cast as Mera in Aquaman, but he admitted that he believes he “limited their anxiety” while working with the actress. pellets.
It’s unclear if Depp was the sole reason Heard was given the role of Mera, but it appears Depp played a role in her scoring in the DCEU’s highest-grossing film to date. Hamada testified that Heard had little or no reaction to co-star Jason Momoa and definitely had to do a lot of post-production to make it look like they did in the first Aquaman movie. That being said, the possibility of Depp being the reason Head was cast isn’t too far-fetched, as the studio is said to have been skeptical of the actress’ use in the first place.