Amber Heard, renowned for her role as Mera in the Aquaman franchise, is set to experience reduced screen time in the upcoming sequel, “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.” This decision has ignited controversy, with speculations linking it to her harsh legal battle with her ex-husband Johnny Depp. Having played a pivotal role in the previous Aquaman movie, producers revealed that the film’s storyline took a new direction, resulting in a diminished character presence for Amber. In the sequel, Amber is expected to have less than 25 minutes of screen time, delivering only eleven lines throughout the entire film.
Reports suggest that Warner Bros Made last-minute adjustments to the film, including amber’s scene fighting with the New Villian Black manta and a romantic scene with the Aquaman. Warner Brothers did honored to keep Amber with their three-movie contract decided not to completely cut off her character out of the film.
In September Aquaman Franchise director “James Wam” Stated that Amber of never in part of the plan to be playing important character in the Sequel, instead story will be focusing Aquaman and his estranged brother “Orm” Amber was aware of the changes in the storyline, during her testimony in the trial against her ex-husband, she claimed that she is struggling to keep her role in the movie and was aware that her scenes is being reduced quite alot
The Controversial decision Surrounding Amber Heard’s reduced role in the Aquaman movie has sparked debates among fans of the Movie, highlighting the mixing of Artist’s Personal lives and Professional lives, the decision to reduce Heard’s presence in the movie is highly criticized and raising questions of unfair treatment of characters and the impact on the storyline