Johnny Depp with his ex-wife Amber Heard.
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The lawsuit between Johnny depp and Amber heard keep going. After learning that the Pirates of the Caribbean actor plans to go to the Court of Appeals to appeal the sentence against The Sun, information has now come out about how the interpreter tried to get Warner Bros. to fire Amber Heard from the first installment of Aquaman, as well as also other inflammatory comments against his ex-wife.
The Hollywood Reporter revealed in an extensive report that Depp he tried by all means that Heard did not appear in the successful tape Directed by James Wan and starring Jason Moma.
“I want her to be replaced in the WB movieHe wrote to his sister, producer Christi Dembrowski, who previously had a deal with Warner. Ultimately, this did not happen.
At the moment, Depp is out of the Pirates of the Caribbean and Fantastic Beasts sagas. From the first case, Disney, directly, announced a reboot of the franchise focused on female characters in which, in principle, the character of Jack Sparrow will not be included.
In the second case, Warner decided to dispose of Depp after he lost his lawsuit against The Sun, calling him a “wife abuser”, and he has finally been replaced by Mads Mikkelsen in the role of Grindelwald.
Although Heard was not expelled from Aquaman, there is a strong movement on social networks for the actress not to participate in the sequel.
The petition for Warner to fire the actress managed to exceed one and a half million signatures. At the moment, the study does not intend to do without the interpreter, who replied that “paid campaigns do not decide distributions.”
The newspaper report includes several statements by Depp that appear in Judge Andrew Nicol’s ruling on Depp’s defamation charges against The Sun, which the actor lost.
Among the comments that the media brings to light are statements by the actor against Heard with the actress’s former agent or with other acquaintances.
BY: Clarisa Anell Soto