The domestic violence cases of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard have intensified, but with the release of Amber Heard’s recording by Depp, the entire public opinion has begun to deflect.
In the recording, Amber Heard admits to being violent to Depp and has been trying to provoke a new round of quarrels.
With the exposure of various evidences, the media and fans began to boycott Amber Heard, and the worst was DC’s “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom”, I don’t know if Warner has made a move.
As recently as April 21, Amber Heard took to Instagram to take down the “Aquaman” movie page and “Aquaman” star Jason Momoa’s Instagram.
You know, it would be fine if only the official was removed, and it can be said that it was pressured by the Warners official, but if even the cooperating Jason Momoa was removed, it can only be said to be equivalent to breaking up.
Interestingly, Jason Momoa has been following Depp’s Instagram recently.
Why, Warner doesn’t want the sea queen, and wants the pirate captain instead?
According to the analysis of relevant people, this trial has almost declared the failure of Amber Heard.
Although the previous “The Sun” defamation case Amber Heard finally won the case due to lack of evidence, but also removed Depp from the “Fantastic Beasts” and “Pirates of the Caribbean” series.
But Depp was not discouraged. After a period of dormancy, Depp directly hired the famous “Making a Murderer” lawyer Kathleen Zellner.
Kathleen Zellner, from Netflix’s hit true-crime documentary series “Making a Murderer,” has an impressive legal résumé that includes overturning more than 30 years of falsely accused injustices.
This time Depp’s legal team can be said to be the strongest team at the moment.
In this regard, the industry analysis, Warner’s most sensible choice is to terminate the contract with Amber Heard.
At present, the boycott of “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” has been on the trending trend of Twitter, and fans have asked for the removal of Amber Heard.
Even “Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore” was boycotted for replacing Depp, and the film’s low box office has something to do with it.
“Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” needs to act fast if it doesn’t want to repeat the mistakes of “Fantastic Beasts”…
What do you guys think about this?