Amber Heard has denied rumors that she will not return to the second part of the hit superhero film, Aquaman, saying she is looking forward to shooting the project.
Following the news of Johnny Depp being fired from his role in the “Fantastic Beasts” franchise, many unconfirmed reports have surfaced that the actress is unlikely to return as a warrior in the sequel to Jacques Van’s 2018 superhero film. Has been changed. Now, Hardy has denied all such claims, ew.com reports.
“I’m very excited about the amount of fan love and the amount of fan admiration that Aquama has received and that it has received so much excitement for ‘Aquaman’ and Mera that it means we’ll be back.” Adding: “I’m so excited for that movie.”
Harde added that production should begin in 2021.
“Paid rumors and paid campaigns on social media are not determined (the decision to make decisions) because it has no basis in reality. Only fans really became ‘Aquaman’ and ‘Aquaman 2’. I’m excited to get started next year,” heard Share.
Earlier this year, at DC Fendome, filmmaker James Vaughan announced that the second chapter of Jason Momoa-starrer “Aquaman” would come with a more serious and relevant tone.
“I’m excited to continue the journey of our heroes … and expand on the world with # 2. I think the other one is a little more serious, a little more consistent with the world we live in. Today. I think that Going there, ”Wane said.
Taking on the character of the DC Extended Universe, “Aquaman” explores the origins of how the semi-human, semi-Atlantic Arthur Curry (Momoa) accepts his identity as a superhero. Along with a heart-warming story of family and love, the film also focuses on a related message – marine pollution.
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