Amber Heard, as Mera, has been removed from the reprints of the Aquaman cover and Warner Bros seem to be distancing themselves from the actress.
Amber Heard has been relentlessly trying to drag Johnny Depp’s name through the mud, and her little game has caused collateral damage to Warner Brothers Studios. They now seem to be distancing themselves from the actress.
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Fantastic Beasts 3 was originally supposed to be released in the fall of 2020, but it was postponed until November 12, 2021. And although Warner Bros commenced filming in March, it was — yet again — delayed due to the bug.
Warner Brothers recently announced that they plan to continue filming in November. The filming will last until mid-February, 2021. However, Amber Heard has tried to delay the production even more refusing to delay the hearing which was initially supposed to happen during the filming of Fantastic Beasts 3.
Johnny Depp absolutely required to reprise Gellert Grindelwald in Fantastic Beasts 3 this year.
Heard’s attorney, Elaine Charlson Bredehoft, and Depp’s attorney, Benjamin G. Chew, met the head of legal at Warner Bros in a video conference to discussing scheduling conflicts in the upcoming trial.
Wayne M. Smith, the Senior Vice President of Corporate Legal at Warner Brothers, didn’t seem to bothered when it came to Amber Heard’s alleged reprisal in Aquaman 2, but insisted that Depp was required for Fantastic Beasts 3.
“Thank you both for taking the time to discuss with me the scheduling of various matters in your respective clients’ lawsuit,” Smith responded.
“As we have discussed, Fantastic Beasts 3 began production in the United Kingdom this month, and we require Mr. Depp to be in the United Kingdom from September 17th through to the anticipated end of production in mid-February, 2021.
Warner Bros show no urgency for Amber Heard as Mero in “that film”: Aquaman 2.
“As to Aquaman 2, that film will not start production any earlier than May 31st, 2021,” the letter concluded.
Warner Brothers responded to Heard’s attorney stating that Johnny Depp, absolutely, will not be available to appear in court during this time as he required to be in London, UK, for filming during this time.
But when it came to addressing the Amber Heard’s upcoming role as Mera in Aquaman 2, Smith did not mention Heard’s relation to the film and instead refereed to it as “that film” which lead many to believe that Amber Heard has, in fact, been fired.
Curious fans noticed that Mera (Amber Heard) had also been removed from the cover of all Aquaman DVDs and Blu-ray discs.
Amber Heard (Mera) removed from Aquaman Blu-ray and DVD covers amid Johnny Depp defamation case.
The new cover is a printed sleeve that just shows Jason Mamoa as Aquaman himself… no more Mera. Perhaps she’s under the sleeve, but it still seems like Warner Bros are trying to slowly distance themselves from the 34-year-old actress.
It could be because of the collateral damage Amber Heard has caused Warner Bros with her relentless smear campaign against Johnny Depp.
Johnny Depp is a much more renowned actor who has served Warner Bros. well throughout his career, and his role as Gellert Grindelwald in the Fantastic Beasts films is much bigger than Mera in Aquaman 2.
Fantastic Beasts is currently streaming on HULU and Australians can watch it using a cheap and powerful VPN. Alternatively they can purchase the 2-movie set directly from Amazon so it’s yours to keep for life!