Petition to fire Amber Heard from Aquaman 2 passed 1.8 million signatures

The petition to have Amber Heard fired from Aquaman 2 isn’t going anywhere and it has now passed 1.8 million signatures.

For the past months, there has been speculation about Amber Heard’s role to be kept in Aquaman 2. Some rumors at the beginning of the months have mentioned her not being in the movie but fans are fighting with and for her.

The campaign was launched after Depp losing his libel case against The Sun newspaper, which carries news pages of violence against his wife using the phrase “woman beating”.

Amber Heard, who led an eventful marriage and divorce process with Johnny Depp, responded to the rumors. His advance on the court floor in a very open manner caused the end of Johnny Depp’s deal with Warner Bros. The same topic was raised for Amber Heard. Whether Amber Heard will be featured in the sequel to the blockbuster Warner Bros. movie Aquaman is up for debate.

When is the release date of Aquaman 2?

With the COVID-19 Pandemic, the production date and the filming has changed some dates throughout the year. The movie’s said to be official release date is December 16, 2022. The first film was one of the highest-grossing DC Comics adaptation and had raced over $1.1 billion at the box office. Fans are now waiting for Aquaman 2!

Is Amber Heard Not Going To Be In Aquaman 2?

Johnny Depp’s fans are trying to change the minds of the Warner Bros. executives. Amber Heard herself has told fans that she isn’t going anywhere. The petition has passed 1.8 million signatures. Johnny Depp may leave the film and Amber Heard could be staying. The signatures and the amount of it is the most precious aspect in this situation. Fans have been following it for a while now. Unless the next courtroom case goes against her, there isn’t much way for her to not be in the movie.

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