Amber Heard and Johnny Depp appeared to be a happy couple and one of the most well-liked by the public, but behind them were hidden attacks that caught Hollywood off guard. Both took legal action against the other, and there is still no resolution, but the truth is that the actor has lost the most in terms of work, because many producers will not consider it.Warner Bros.
fired the actor from the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them saga, where he played Gellert Grindelwald, in early November, a move that signalled that neither Disney nor Netflix wanted it in their productions.
Knowing this, his fans disowned him and demanded that the same be done to Heard, but there has been no response so far.Fans of Depp were dissatisfied with the situation and started a petition on Change.org, which received over 500 thousand signatures.
Following this, journalists such as Grace Randolph and the Forbes medium announced that WB intended to fire her for fear that future projects would be sabotaged, causing them to lose money. Nonetheless, this was categorically denied, and we already have an official voice.The producer of Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, Peter Safran, spoke to Deadline’s podcast Hero Nation and assured that the messages of Johnny’s followers had no effect when making a decision in the study.
“To be honest, I don’t think we’ll ever respond to pure fan pressure.” You must give your all for the film. “We feel like if there’s James Wan and Jason Momoa, there should be Amber Heard,” he assured.In his statement, he continued, “That is exactly what happens.” You are aware of what is going on in the Twitterverse, but that doesn’t mean we have to react to it, accept it as gospel, or agree to its wishes. You must do the right thing for the film.” As a result, Warner Bros. has confirmed that Amber Heard will not be fired in the same way that Johnny Depp was.
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