Many interesting things are going on with the defamation trial against Amber Heard. There’s no wonder why Amber Heard has become one of the most controversial celebrities of today.
As the ongoing defamation trial against her goes, things currently changing the path for the Aquaman star’s future in the DC Extended Universe.
Aquaman 2 Carried No Water, Says Producer
Shockingly, new news says that the director of the upcoming Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, James Wan has unfollowed the actress on Instagram. This has set the platform ablaze because of Amber’s ongoing trial with her ex-husband Johnny Depp.
And of course, the eagle-eyed fans on Twitter were able to spot the filmmaker’s recent activity. With photo-sharing, it’s pretty much confirmed that Amber is no longer on his following list. And also interestingly, the Warner Bros Instagram accounts have unfollowed this 36-year-old actress. While WB has yet to air its decision in this controversy. Still many are under the opinion that Heard’s days in the franchise are increased especially after reports surfaced last month. Her screentime in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom was reduced.
If we think about it, just a simple unfollow on social media is not a big deal. Still, it’s worth remarking that there have been previous rumors indicating Wan was pretty difficult about keeping Amber in the sequel. And also, big demand from fans to see the actress get overthrown from the DCEU. Even Jason Momoa was said to be unsettled about Heard becoming a part of Aquaman 2.
Along with this, the Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom star issued an apology, after unfollowing Amber Heard. He posted photos that he had taken inside the chapel in Vatican City. While taking a break from filming Fast X. He began to apologize to people who were offended. Because he took photos inside the Sistine Chapel. Momoa said:
“I just also wanted to say, if you ever felt that I disrespected your culture, it wasn’t my intention. I came here when I was 19 or 20 to experience the Sistine Chapel. I’ve always wanted to and now that I can, I gave a wonderful donation to bring my friends and crew because we only had a couple of days off to experience these places.”
“I was very respectful and I asked for permission from what I thought, would be okay. I would never want to do anything to disrespect someone’s culture. If I did, I apologize. It was not my intention. I paid to have that private moment and gave a nice donation to the church. I love you. I’m sorry if I offended you.”