Aquaman 2 Director James Wan Unfollows Amber Heard On Instagram
This news came our way via FandomWire.
It was pointed out by some eagle-eyed fans that the director of the upcoming Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom, James Wan has unfollowed the actress on Instagram.
People on the platform have been pretty shocked by Wan’s decision to unfollow one of the supposed stars of his upcoming movie before its release.
This was all spotted by people on Twitter and it’s pretty much confirmed that Amber Heard is no longer on James Wan’s following list.
The other interesting new development is that Warner Bros. Pictures’ Instagram accounts have also unfollowed Amber Heard.
Warner Bros has yet to make any statement on whether they’ll be working with Heard in the future.
It’s already been revealed that Heard’s screentime in Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom was significantly reduced.
Heard herself revealed this to be true during the Johnny Depp defamation trial.
James Wan has unfollowed Amber Heard on Instagram before Aquaman 2 release
Some of you might be thinking that unfollowing someone on social media might not be a big deal.
However, in the world of Hollywood, it actually is a big deal because people will spot it and then articles like this one will be written.
This all comes after the Johnny Depp defamation trial began and people have not been too impressed with Heard’s performance on the stand.
It seems as though the tides are really turning for Amber Heard and it’s not looking good for her career.
It was even revealed that DC Films President, Walter Hamada tried to have Heard removed from Aquaman 2.
He claimed in a deposition for the trial that they were worried about Heard and Jason Momoa’s lack of chemistry on screen.
It’s since been revealed that her screen time in the movie has been reduced to just 10 minutes.
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