Amber Heard would have had problems with Jason Momoa on the set of Aquaman

Although Heard ended up shooting all of her scenes as Mera for Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom, He did not manage to improve the salary conditions of his contract and for the moment, he has not received offers to play more lucrative roles.

Madrid, April 14 (Europa Press).- There are many occasions in which, as a result of the judicial war that she has had for years with her ex-husband, Johnny Depp, rumors have suggested that Amber Heard was close to to lose his paper from Mere within the DC Universe. But, curiously, new information ensures that it was his problems with Jason Momoathe actor who brings Aquaman to life, and the lack of chemistry between the performers, which seriously endangered their continuity in the franchise.

According to what the president of DC Films, Walter Hamada, has confessed, initially, Heard, who repeated as Mera in Zack Snyder’s Justice Leaguewas not going to return as the DC character in the sequel to Aquaman, which Warner Bros. is preparing with James Wan behind the scenes, as the actress was concerned about the poor connection with her co-star.

Amber Heard in Aquaman . Image: Special

However, even though Heard ended up shooting all of her scenes as Mera for Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom, He did not manage to improve the salary conditions of his contract and for the moment, he has not received offers to play more lucrative roles. Something that the legal team of the actress assures that it is due to the legal lawsuits with her ex-husband, Johnny Deep, with crossed accusations of mistreatment and defamation, which have harmed the professional career of both actors.

Precisely, Hamada has yet to go to the next trial for Amber Heard’s slander with Johnny Deep as a result of an article published by the actress herself in the Washington Post in 2018, accusing him of having mistreated her.

It should not be forgotten that, although Deep filed a lawsuit for 50 million dollars in damages as a result of the article published by Heard, he lost the defamation trial in 2020 against The Sun, a newspaper that accused the protagonist of Pirates of the Caribbean of being a “wife beater” in light of his ex-wife’s accusations. In fact, a new judicial process of Deep against the actress that is taking place in the state of Virginia.

For her part, the actress, who recently wanted to thank her fans for their support on social networks with a message that alluded to the aforementioned article in the Washington Post in which she published her “experience of domestic abuse”, assuring that she never named Deep, but wrote about the high cost women pay “for speaking out against men who have power”.

And while Johnny Depp’s controversial conflict with Amber Heard is resolved, it’s worth remembering that James Wan’s film Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, scheduled for release on December 21, will focus on the lost nation mentioned briefly in the first delivery by Patrick Wilson’s Orm.

Along with the aforementioned Momoa, Heard and Wilson, the sequel to Aquaman will also feature the return of Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Black Manta, the addition of Pilou Asbaek as the evil Mongo and the return of Temuera Morrison and Nicole Kidman, giving life to the parents of the sea hero, Tom Curry and Queen Atlanna, respectively.