Boycott Aquaman 2 Trending After Rumours Of Amber Heard’s Increased Screen Time

It’s been revealed that the hashtag Boycott Aquaman 2 is now trending on Twitter after reports of Amber Heard’s screen time as Mera in Aquaman 2 has been increased surfaced.

People are really not happy about the news that Amber Heard is going to be getting more screen time in Aquaman 2.

There have already been many calls by people online to have Amber Heard removed from the picture.

Those calls have only gotten louder since Amber Heard lost the defamation case against her ex-husband, Johnny Depp.

However, Amber Heard herself seemed to contradict the reports that she’s getting more screen time in the movie during her testimony at the trial.

You can see what people are saying on Twitter below.

Fans want everybody to boycott Aquaman 2 after it was revealed that Amber Heard’s got more screen time in the movie, not less…

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This is just a small drop in the Ocean of people on Twitter calling for everyone to boycott the upcoming Aquaman 2 movie.

This is not good for Warner Bros and it also shows how people are really taking against Amber Heard and the idea that she’s still going to get to be in this movie.

There were rumours a while back that Warner Bros was thinking of recasting Heard.

These rumours were then confirmed by DC Films President, Walter Hamada during his testimony at the Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard defamation trial.

He stated that yes, Warner Bros executives had been thinking about recasting the role.

However, they decided against it and opted to minimise her role in the film instead.

But, with these new reports that she’s going to be in almost 25 minutes of the movie, fans have really started to get annoyed with the studio.

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