Amber Heard Could Get $10 Million For Aquaman 3

Amber Heard Mera Aquaman 2

It’s being reported that Amber Heard could end up earning an estimated $10 million should she end up doing Aquaman 3.

Now, this news is a rumour at the moment and the main source is We Got This Covered, so you should remain sceptical at the moment.

We Got This Covered wrote:

Heard will receive a whopping $10 million if she ends up reprising her role in the planned threequel.

I’m not sure where they ended up getting this number from, and I have been asking around for confirmation that this could be the case.

At the moment, the only information I’ve got is that an Aquaman 3 is being planned and that Heard will be part of it.

I wasn’t able to get any information about what her salary would be for that movie.

I couldn’t even get an exact number on what she’s earning for Aquaman 2.

She’s filming the movie as we speak and it had been reported that her role will be significantly reduced in the film.

Heard will be reprising her role as Mera in the film.

Could Amber Heard really be paid $10 million for doing Aquaman 3?

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Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures

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She last played Mera in Zack Snyder’s Justice League and for some reason decided to do a British accent.

She didn’t have the accent in the first Aquaman film, and I doubt she’ll be speaking with a poor British accent in Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom.

It was a very strange decision and one that I’ll never fully understand.

As for this reported $10 million she could earn for doing Aquaman 3, I have my doubts about it.

Given the fact that Warner Bros. Pictures only paid Robert Pattinson $3 million for playing Batman in The Batman, it would be strange for them to offer Amber Heard so much for a third Aquaman film.

What do you make of this rumour?

Are you sceptical – like me – that Amber Heard would be paid $10 million to play Mera in Aquaman 3?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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