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Amber Heard Isn’t Cut From Aquaman 2, Spokesperson Says

Amber Heard Isn’t Cut From Aquaman 2, Spokesperson Says

  • Just Jared reported on Tuesday that Amber Heard was cut and recast in the “Aquaman” sequel.
  • A spokesperson for Heard told Insider via email that was untrue.
  • “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” is slated for release in March 2023.

Amber Heard will not be recast in the “Aquaman” sequel, a spokesperson for the actor told Insider.

On Tuesday, Just Jared reported that an unnamed source told the outlet that Warner Bros. had decided to recast Heard’s role in the 2023 film after a screen test of the sequel.

Heard’s spokesperson called Just Jared’s report “false” in an email to Insider.

“The rumor mill continues as it has since day one – inaccurate, insensitive and slightly insane,” a spokesperson for Heard told Insider.

Representatives of Warner Bros. did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.

In the franchise, Heard plays Aquaman’s love interest, Mera. Heard’s character was first introduced in the 2017 film “Justice League” before becoming a protagonist in 2018’s “Aquaman” alongside star actor Jason Momoa.

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Jason Momoa and Amber Heard in “Aquaman”.

Warner Bros.


During her libel lawsuit with her former husband, Johnny Depp, Heard said her role was heavily reduced in the sequel, “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom,” after she fought to stay in the upcoming sequel.

“I fought really hard to stay in the movie – they didn’t want to put me in the movie,” Heard said on the stand in May, adding that she played “a very stripped-down version” of the role that went down. washed away action scenes between her and another character.

Of her role in the sequel, Heard added, “They basically took a bunch out of my role. They just took out a bunch.”

“Aquaman” became one of WB’s most successful DC films, grossing over $1.1 billion.

Entertainment reporter Grace Randolph tweeted in late April that Heard was said to have less than 10 minutes of screen time in the sequel.

During the defamation lawsuit, Heard said she was unsure if she would appear in the final cut of the film.

“Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” hits theaters March 17, 2023.

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