Amber Heard ‘excited’ to start work on ‘Aquaman 2’, calls petition to remove her from sequel “paid campaign” - Times of India

Hollywood actress Amber Heard is applauding back at haters who have been requesting her expulsion from her part as Mera in ‘Aquaman 2’.

In her most recent meeting with EW, the actress said she is actually ‘excited’ return to work and begin going for the spin-off of the superhuman film. This assertion comes in the midst of theory that her function in the film will be diminished, following the discussion that emitted following Johnny Depp’s expulsion from ‘Fantastic Beasts’.

Fans took to online media to hammer creation house Warner Bros for requesting that Johnny leave the film after he lost the criticism body of evidence against a newspaper that named him as a ‘wife beater’. Other than getting down on the twofold norms of the organization, fans even began a request to have the actress eliminated, taking steps to blacklist the film.

Responding to the web-based media backfire, Amber ignored it, and guaranteed that it was all “paid campaigns.”

“Paid bits of gossip and paid missions via online media don’t direct [casting decisions] in light of the fact that they have no premise truly,” Heard said.

She proceeded to add, “Just the fans really made ‘

Aquaman’ and ‘

Aquaman 2’ occur. I’m eager to begin one year from now.”

Meanwhile, it was accounted for that WB needed to pay Depp his full expense of 10 million, despite the fact that he shot only one scene for the film. Talks are presently on to project another actor as the dull wizard Gellert Grindelwald. Reports guarantee that

‘Hannibal’ actor Mads Mikkelsen is in the racing to assume control over the job.