Amber Heard revealed that she had to “fight a lot” to keep working after her split from Johnny Depp and a “sophisticated PR machine” orchestrated a “smear campaign” to pass it on as a liar that made her lose roles in Hollywood and advertising. deals.
“I had to fight hard to keep my career after getting my [ordem de restrição contra Depp]. I missed opportunities. I have been relieved of jobs and campaigns. I fought to keep my job and the biggest movie opportunity I’ve ever had [com] “Justice League” with a choice [entrar em ] Aquaman. I had to fight really hard to stay in the ‘Justice League’ because that was the time of the divorce,” she explained during the defamation lawsuit she disputes with her ex-husband.
Starting with “Justice League,” which appeared in theaters in 2017, Amber Heard explained in court how her contract for the role of Mera, which included three films and a progressively higher salary, was structured. And it turned out that this is “Aquaman”, for which he received a million dollars, and the sequel, twice that amount, whose filming has already ended and will be shown on March 17, 2023.
But the actress revealed that she had to fight hard to appear in “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” because studio Warner Bros. I didn’t want to rely on it.
When asked if he had “actively scheduled filming time” before the alleged smear campaign, the answer was in the affirmative, but “Communication [com o estúdio] It’s over at that point.”
The actress said at the trial that she appeared in a “very abridged version” of what was planned for Mira in the original script and described how she disappeared from action scenes in later versions.
This revelation appears to confirm what a journalist wrote on social media in late April: that the character “has less than 10 minutes of screen time.”
In parallel, there is an online petition demanding that it be removed from the second part, which already has more than four million subscribers.
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