Two million Johnny Depp fans insist Amber Heard be fired from 'Aquaman 2'

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After the name of the second installment of the saga dedicated to the DC superhero became known, Depp’s followers reactivated their request to Warner Bros. to separate the actor’s former partner from the main role of Mira.

Although the audience is excited to reveal the title of the sequel to Aquaman, we will James Wan announced that the new adventure of the marine superhero will be titled Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom), the announcement once again sparked an open complaint against Amber Heard from Johnny Depp’s fans.

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And that’s the request that arose, again, asking to disconnect the interpreter from the DC and Warner tape.

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Nearly two million people signed an online petition asking Warner to remove Heard from the project. However, given the study’s blank slate, it appears that the actress will continue to be associated with the franchise that co-stars Jason Momoa which also stars Patrick Wilson, Temoira Morrison, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, and Bello Aspic.

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However, Depp’s followers, still immersed in a legal battle against his ex-partner with cross accusations of abuse, do not seem to be giving up, as they have already announced on social networks their open boycott of the sequel.

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The massive backlash against the actress comes because the actor’s fans from Young Scissorhands Consider that the treatment given by Warner to the protagonist Sweeney Todd, which he removed from Harry Potter prequels, were unfair compared to those Heard had.

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Even if Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom Production will begin this summer and is scheduled to release in theaters in December 2022, which means it will be Christmas next year when it is known if the boycotts will have any impact on the box office.


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