Ask Emilia Clarke replaces Amber Heard in Aquaman 2


Ask Emilia Clarke replaces Amber Heard in Aquaman 2

The petition, which already has close to 8,000 signatures.


It seems that there are many, many people who do not want Amber Heard repeat your role of princess Mera in Aquaman 2. Thousands of fans have joined a petition of for that the actress is replaced by Emilia Clarke, for alleged defamation to his ex-partner Johnny Depp.

The petition, which already has close to 8,000 signaturesensures that the actress “falsely accused Johnny Depp of abusing her when she herself is the abuser”. And while none of this has been proven in the courts, the creator of the proposal ensures that “must be punished for it.”

Audio reveals that Amber Heard beat Johnny Depp

This is not the first time that the fans ask for the dismissal of Amber Heard, as there was previously another request, although in that did not offer any replacement. The aim of this new collection of signatures is that the study was really asked to replace the actress, proposing to Clarke in his place, something that is objectively feasible given the chemistry of the actress with the protagonist, Jason Momoa.

The charges against Heard depart from your divorce with Depp, which was the less gruesome, when in the full swing of the movement #MeToo the actress said that her former spouse had abused physically and verbally for nearly their entire marriage.

This was the dismissal of Depp franchise Pirates of the Caribbeanalthough he denied it and filed a lawsuit against Heard for defamation.

As part of the lawsuit, Depp also said that he had been Heard who had physically abused him, ensuring that he attacked him several times and even cut off a hand with a bottle of vodka broken.

At the beginning of this year, the actor made some audios in the which your ex partner seemed to corroborate his story in various conversations.

After the emergence of these new tests, there has been a reaction quite violent against Heard through social networks, calling for his dismissal not only of the sequel to Aquaman, but also of his work as a spokesperson for the brand L’oreal. For the moment, Warner has not commented about it, so that there are no signs of his layoff will be effective.