Fans Want Emilia Clarke To Replace Amber Heard In Aquaman 2 In New Petition
There’s a new petition which calls for Warner Bros. Pictures to replace Amber Heard with Emilia Clarke as Mera in Aquaman 2.
The new petition is on Change.org and it’s getting very close to its goal of 7,500 signatures.
There’s been a lot of talk about Amber Heard being removed as Mera from Aquaman 2.
This is after everything that’s happened between Heard and her ex-husband, Johnny Depp.
There’s a court case going on in between the two and all sorts of strange stuff has come out of it.
It was revealed that Heard defecated on Depp’s bed.
Then there were leaked messages from Depp’s phone in which he wrote: “Let’s burn her!”
Fans want Emilia Clarke to replace Amber Heard in Aquaman 2
That’s pretty bad, but DC Comics fans still want Heard out of Aquaman 2 and it seems as though Emilia Clarke is their top choice.
Here’s what the petition to have Clarke play Mera in Aquaman 2 said:
Amber Heard should be replaced by Emilia Clarke as Mera, Amber Heard has falsely accused Johnny Depp of abusing her when it turns out she is the abuser herself I feel like if she stays on the movie/ franchise this will send a bad message, we should not condone any type of abuse if the Aquaman writers brought awareness to the polution in the water and how our sea animals die, then why would they keep an abuser? [sic]
Amber should be punished accordingly, as for Emilia she has much better chemistry with Jason plus they are comfortable with one another, Emilia is also a fan/people favourite they will be good publicity for the movie since everyone loves Emilia and has had any bad press, she’s amazing warm and caring the kind of person kids can look up to, I don’t think Emilia will just take this as another movie role, I feel like she will take this more seriously than Amber. [sic]
What do you think? Would Emilia Clarke be the right choice to replace Amber Heard as Mera in Aquaman 2?
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