Walter Hamada Tried To Remove Amber Heard From Aquaman 2


In a really odd turn of events, DC Films’ president, Walter Hamada, offered a three-hour-long testimony against Amber Heard in which he revealed that he tried to get Heard removed from Aquaman 2.

During his testimony at the Johnny Depp/Amber Heard defamation trial (via Facebook), Hamada revealed that they tried to remove Heard from Aquaman 2 (Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom).

Hamada confirmed that the studio has tried to remove the actress from Aquaman 2 because of her “lack of chemistry” with its star, Jason Momoa.

However, he didn’t stop there.

He went on to reveal that the role of Mera was about to be offered to another actress.

He didn’t mention which actress they had in mind to replace Heard in Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom.

Walter Hamada really wanted Amber Heard removed from Aquaman 2


Credit: Warner Bros Pictures

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DC Films’ Hamada spoke of inexistent chemistry between Momoa and Heard and placed the blame firmly at Heard’s feet.

This problem had been raised in the past and Hamada revealed that he tried hard to have her removed from the picture.

However, his efforts ended up failing after some pushback from high-ranking executives at the studio.

What ended up happening was that the studio refused to give Heard a pay raise.

Interestingly enough, they did give Momoa a pay raise for Aquaman 2.

What do you make of this news?

Are you shocked to hear the actual truth of what went on between Warner Bros, Hamada and Heard on the set of Aquaman 2?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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