“I move on that’s life”: Aquaman 2 Star Amber Heard Announces Her Return to Movies

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Looks like Amber Heard is enjoying her new life in Spain following the highly publicized legal drama with ex-husband Johnny Depp. The actress welcomed widespread hate and criticism after losing the defamation trial in the Virginia Court. As Johnny Depp was recently spotted at the Cannes Film Festival enjoying a long-standing ovation for his much-awaited big-screen comeback, it seems like the Aquaman star is also planning something same for herself.

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Amber Heard with her daughter Oonagh Paige

Johnny Depp made his return to the movies with the French film Jeanne Du Barry and expressed some strong statements on his need for Hollywood. Similarly, Amber Heard, who still has her Aquaman 2 to be released, seems to be heading on the same path as she spoke about moving on in life.


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Spain is helping Amber Heard to move on in life

Soon after losing one of the most notable celebrity legal cases, Amber Heard was quick to move to Spain with her daughter Oonagh Paige. While she intended to stay away from Hollywood, she recently attracted some limelight after sharing some updates on her life with the Spanish paparazzi.

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Amber Heard is enjoying a good time in Spain

After recently moving to Spain’s capital, The Rum Diary actress attracted quite a crowd. As she didn’t show any hesitation to give selfies and autographs to her fans, she also shared some intel on her personal life. On being asked about her new life in Madrid, Amber Heard replied in pure Spanish to the press:

“I love Spain so much. I hope I can get to stay here, I love living here. I hope you are good, it was a pleasure meeting you. I have to move forward, huh? That’s life.”


Surprisingly, the London Fields actress’ interview also hinted that Heard can make a potential comeback to the movies. But given the reception she got from the world, not many people will be celebrating the news. Even though Amber Heard is also yet to have her Aquaman and The Last Kingdom movie released, DC is not having a good time promoting it.

Also Read: “No, none of this is happening”: Johnny Depp Still Upset With Disney For Forcing Him to Resign From $4.5 Billion Pirates of Caribbean Franchise Because of Amber Heard


Aquaman 2 welcomed hate in CinemaCon

Amber Heard as Mera in the DCU.
Amber Heard as Mera 

A first look at the last project of the old DC regime, Aquaman and The Last Kingdom was revealed at the recent CinemaCon. And it is no lie to say that not all the fans were excited about the movie leading to James Gunn’s new DCU. The comeback of Amber Heard as Mera troubled many, who filled Twitter with several hashtags calling everyone to boycott the movie.

Also Read: “It’s not just bad. It’s ‘walking out of the theater for refund’ bad”: Aquaman 2 Getting Massive Online Hate after CinemaCon Reveals Amber Heard’s Mera


On the other hand, when Johnny Depp was spotted at the Cannes Film Festival, he passed some strong statements on Hollywood. The Jack Sparrow fame lost some of his best projects during the trial and the actor doesn’t feel the need for Hollywood anymore.

“Do I feel boycotted now? No, not at all. I don’t feel boycotted by Hollywood because I don’t think about it. I don’t think about Hollywood. I don’t have much further need for Hollywood myself.”

Johnny Depp in Jeanne du Barry
Johnny Depp in Jeanne du Barry

Also Read: “Yes you feel boycotted”: Johnny Depp Breaks Silence on Getting Replaced by Mads Mikkelsen in Harry Potter Spin-Off After Cannes Return


The actor also spoke out about how he was forced out of the Fantastic Beasts franchise based on some allegations when he lost the libel case against The Sun. It is no doubt that Aquaman 2’s Amber Heard presence is sure to affect the movie to some extent. Depp, on the contrary, is currently enjoying praise for Jeanne Du Barry and is also set to direct a feature based on the life of Italian painter Modigliani with Al Pacino as his co-producer.

Aquaman and The Last Kingdom is going to hit theaters on December 20, 2023.


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Written by Subham Mandal

Subham Mandal is currently working as a content writer for FandomWire with an ardent interest in the world of pop culture. He has written more than 900 articles on different spheres of modern pop culture and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. He’s also an experienced student journalist having demonstrated work experience with the Times of India. He aspires to be a column writer in the future.