Amber Heard’s team is shutting down all speculation that she has been fired from the company aquaman sequel and that her character, Mine, is being redone. On Tuesday, when news started circulating online that the 36-year-old actress had been cut from the film, her team said it was not true.
A Hurd spokesperson told ET, “The rumours are continuing as it is false, insensitive and a bit crazy from day one.
Heard starred alongside Jason Momoa in the original DC film. Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is in production. Speculation about the actress’s involvement has intensified since she began her high-profile trial with ex-husband Johnny Depp.
During the trial, the statement by Walter Hamada, president of DC-based film production for Warner Bros. – about Heard and Momoa’s chemistry in the first film – was played out for the courts. Hurd also took a stand and denied claims that her ex-husband got her the role in the film.
The verdict was delivered earlier this month in the extortion case brought against Heard by Depp. In the end, the jury awarded Depp $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages. Depp’s punitive damages were reduced by the state’s statutory limit to $350,000. Hurd was awarded $2 million in compensatory damages by the jury for her counterclaim, but nothing in punitive damages.
Tuesday during its first run today show interview, Justice League Despite what the jury believed, the actress stood by what she said on the stand. “Of course – will stand by every word of my testimony until the day I die,” she told Savannah Guthrie.
When asked whether Depp’s statement that he never killed Heard was a lie, he replied, “Yes, it is.”
Hurd also maintained that she believed social media had an undue influence on the case. “I feel [the] The majority of this lawsuit was conducted on social media,” she said.
“I think this trial is an example of whether the wire is gone, gone amok and the jury is not immune to that,” Hurd said. “I think even the most well-intentioned jurors – this would have been impossible to avoid.”
“Even if you think I’m lying,” she continued, “you still can’t tell me, look me in the eye and tell me you think There has been a fair representation on social media.”
Earlier this week a source told ET that today The interview is only the beginning of what’s to come after the trial, with Hurd saying she “feels more optimistic now.”
“He is confident that his side will eventually come out,” said the source. “He has a plan and strategy to make a comeback next year.”
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