Amber Heard is addressing her performance in Aquaman 2.
Amber Heard is addressing her performance in Aquaman 2.
Ethan Shanfeld The Lost Kingdom is now inside of your home, as “Aquaman 2” swims to streaming on Feb. 27. The Jason Momoa-led superhero sequel will be available to watch on Max just two months after it debuted in theaters over the Christmas holiday.
William Earl administrator Johnny Depp is back in the directors chair — complete with his big signature hats — for the first time in decades. Depp is seen directing the cast of the film “Modi” in first look photos that were released from the set. Al Pacino plays a supporting role as real-life French art collector Maurice Gangnat.
Dolph Lundgren has revealed that he’s “disappointed” with the version of Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom that viewers have seen in cinemas.Speaking to ComicBook.com, Lundgren – who stars in the franchise as Nereus, the king of the Atlantean tribe of Xebel, and also the father of Mera (Amber Heard) – said that the original cut and script for the recently released Aquaman sequel was “really good”.Following Amber Heard’s defamation trial against Johnny Depp, the actress’ role in the second Aquaman film was greatly reduced. As a result, Lundgren’s involvement in The Lost Kingdom was also cut down, which he suggests impacted the final cut of the superhero film.“I just realized that it was some kind of corporate decision that they try to limit Amber Heard and then I’m playing with her dad and went along with it,” Lundgren explained to ComicBook.com.Due to Heard’s reduced role, the film was allegedly reworked.
Zack Sharf Digital News Director Dolph Lundregn recently told ComicBook.com that a “really good” original cut of “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” exists, but it’s not the one that fans got to see when the DC sequel opened in theaters over Christmas. To date, the sequel has earned $109 million at the domestic box office and $375 million worldwide — a far cry from the $1 billion the original “Aquaman” crossed to become the highest-grossing DC Universe film. Lundregn appears in the “Aquaman” films as Nereus, the king of the Atlantean tribe of Xebel who also happens to be the father of Aquaman’s love interest Mera (Amber Heard).
Jason Momoa is living on the road. In a new interview while promoting his TV show “On The Roam,” Momoa revealed that he’s currently without a permanent home. His ex-partner, Lisa Bonet, filed for divorce earlier this month after being separated for two years.
Lisa Bonet has filed for divorce from Jason Momoa, citing “irreconcilable differences.” The two announced their split two years ago, sharing it through a joint statement.Amber Heard talks about ‘pressure’ of role in Aquaman 2Jason Momoa and Eva Longoria lead fundraiser to aid victims of devastating Maui wildfiresBonet filed the papers on January 5th, listing their date of separation as October 7th, 2020. She’s requesting for joint legal and physical custody of their children, Lola, 16, and Nakoa-Wolf, 15, and is not requesting for spousal support. According to the documents, Bonet and Momoa have already agreed opn the split on the distribution of their property assets.
according to IMDB’s Box Office Mojo.Deadline said the film, which stars Wyatt Russell and Kerry Condon and centers around a family’s discovery that their pool is haunted, “falls off the deep end.”“Wonka” moved down a notch to second place, where it enjoyed sales of $4.3 million. This week, the Timothee Chalamet-led musical fantasy set a milestone, reaching $400 million in worldwide sales, Screenrant reported.
Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom has officially hit theaters, but the film did not come without drama after the globally publicized Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard trial. Now that the movie is out, Amber Heard has taken a moment to thank her fans for their love and support, sharing some behind-the-scenes glimpses of her character, Mera.A post shared by Amber Heard (@amberheard)On Instagram, the 37-year-old actress shared a gallery of photos featuring her red-haired character with her 5.2 million followers.
Amber Heard reprised her role of Mera in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. The actress took to social media to acknowledge all the support she’s been receiving from fans who watched the DC Studios film.
Zack Sharf Digital News Director Amber Heard posted to Instagram some behind-the-scenes photos from the making of “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” and thanked fans for supporting her return to the comic book franchise as Mera. The post is notable considering that Heard claimed in court during her 2022 defamation trial involving Johnny Depp that Warner Bros. “didn’t want to include me” in the “Aquaman” sequel due to the fallout from her divorce from Depp.
Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom has been released – check it out below.Directed by James Wan, the DC sequel sees Arthur Curry aka Aquaman (Jason Momoa) join forces with his half-brother Orm (Patrick Wilson) to protect Atlantis from an ancient power unleashed by Black Manta (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II).Other returning cast members for the sequel include Amber Heard as Mera, Nicole Kidman as Atlanna, Dolph Lundgren as Nereus, Randall Park as Dr. Stephen Shin and Temuera Morrison as Tom Curry.Rupert Gregson-Williams, who created the soundtrack for 2019’s Aquaman, returns for the sequel.
Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom is set to release this weekend, and critics have already been weighing in on the sequel to the 2018 film.Based on the DC character, Aquaman, and directed by James Wan, the film features an ensemble cast including Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, Patrick Wilson, Nicole Kidman and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II.The movie joins Arthur Curry/Aquaman as he juggles his duties as king with being a father and a member of the Justice League. Black Manta returns as the villain, still eager to avenge his father’s death and take Aquaman down.Reviews from critics so far have been generally poor, with the movie currently scoring a 37 per cent rating on review aggregator, Rotten Tomatoes.Empire gave the movie two stars, and called it a “disappointing send-off that sees the DCEU (DC Extended Universe) go out with a squelch rather than a splash”.Meanwhile, The Independent rated the film one star, calling the franchise “brainless”.
Things started out so well for the DC Extended Universe, but the muted release of this sequel to director James Wan‘s 2018 “Aquaman” marks the end of the line for it. The first film grossed $1.15 billion.
the popular 2018 original.DC heads Peter Safran and James Gunn are hard at work on revamping the entire stumbling franchise, starting with a shiny new “Superman,” but first they had to waste precious time finessing the problem-plagued and oh-so-five-years-ago “Aquaman 2.”Adding to their headaches, the studio was forced to deal with Amber Heard, who played A-man’s girlfriend, Mera, in the first film, but is now best known for her pass-the-popcorn Johnny Depp defamation trial. What did director James Wan do? He kept Heard, but gave her character a sidelining injury within the first 40 minutes.The lazy “Lost Kingdom” is built on such compromises and dodges.
Owen Gleiberman Chief Film Critic Starting in the 2000s, for a little over a decade, 3D was sold as a value-added feature of moviegoing, even though, with rare exceptions (e.g., the “Avatar” films), it never worked too well or added very much. (I would argue that it subtracted.) In most cases, 3D was a rip-off — a carny-barker way for studios to jack up ticket prices.
In Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, directed by James Wan, and written by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick Jason Momoa reprises his role as Arthur Curry, diving back into the deep and turbulent waters of superhero cinema. With an ensemble cast including Amber Heard, Patrick Wilson, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Randall Park, Nicole Kidman, and Temuera Morrison, the film navigates through a series of high-stakes conflicts, both personal and global. However, it’s not just the seas that are stormy; the film itself walks a messy path of narrative and visual execution.
Jason Momoa and Patrick Wilson are bringing their new DC Universe movie to London!
Jason Momoa and director James Wan are promoting their new movie Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom!
So yeah, you know that story about Jason Momoa and Amber Heard falling out and him trying to get her fired from Aquaman 2? Warner Bros doesn’t seem to be very interested in quashing those rumors…
Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom has been released by Warner Bros. Pictures.
Halloween 2023 felt never-ending, and although it is November 2, the world is still discussing the spooky holiday. While some celebrities are happy with their costumes, one actress is feeling deep regret and apologizing for hers: Emily Hampshire.Halloween costumes can be funny, sexy, and controversial, but when you have an audience, you have to be careful about what you choose. For the “Schitts Creek” star, she chose a duo costume with her friend, dressing up as Johnny Depp and Amber Heard.The 42-year-old wore her hair slicked back, with drawn-on facial hair, dressing up as Depp, while her friend dressed as Heard.
Schitt’s Creek star Emily Hampshire is apologizing this week after fans called her out for an inappropriate Halloween costume. The actress took to social media to show off her Halloween celebration, and fans weren’t thrilled by what they saw.Emily Hampshire was seen in photos dressed as actor Johnny Depp. In addition, the “Schitt’s Creek” star was a friend dressed as Depp’s former wife, Amber Heard.
Schitt's Creek actress Emily Hampshire has apologised for dressing up as ex-couple Johnny Depp and Amber Heard for Halloween.
—and a friend dressed up as for Halloween. Now, less than 24 hours after posting the pictures, Hampshire has apologized.Hampshire and her friend's costumes were a reference to the which, at the time, spiraled into an endless font of memes and jokes at Heard's expense on social media. For Halloween, Hampshire wore a suit resembling one Depp wore at trial, and carried a wine bottle and a fake plastic feces.
Schitt’s Creek actress Emily Hampshire has apologised for her “insensitive” Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Halloween costume.In a since-deleted post, Hampshire was seen styled as Depp, with drawn-on facial hair and tattoos, while her friend, dressed as Heard, feigned distress and held a fake piece of excrement with googly eyes.Former couple Depp and Heard both accused each other of domestic abuse.Hampshire, who played Stevie Budd in the Canadian sitcom Schitt’s Creek, said she was “sorry and ashamed” of the costume, describing it as “one of the most thoughtless, insensitive, and ignorant things” she had ever done.In the original post, the Canadian actress was seen wearing a pin-striped suit, with her hair slicked back. She was also holding a wine bottle – an apparent reference to details from the couple’s televised court case last year.A post shared by emily hampshire (@emilyhampshire)Taking to Instagram to issue her apology, Hampshire wrote: “I want to address what is one of the most thoughtless, insensitive, and ignorant things I’ve ever done.
Schitt’s Creek alumna Emily Hampshire is apologizing for what she admits was a really bad idea — dressing up with a friend as Johnny Depp and Amber Heard for Halloween.
Emily Hampshire is responding to the backlash surrounding her Halloween costume.
Zack Sharf Digital News Director Emily Hampshire, the actor best known for playing Stevie Budd on all six seasons of the Emmy-winning comedy series “Schitt’s Creek,” has issued an apology for dressing up with a friend as Johnny Depp and Amber Heard for Halloween. Hampshire posted and then deleted photos of the costumes, which ignited outrage on social media. The actor sported fake tattoos as Depp and appeared to wear a suit that closely resembled one that the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star wore during his highly-publicized 2022 libel trial against Heard.
Warner Bros. is shaking up their release schedule and just announced a new release date for Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.
James Wan has been trying to bring Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom back to calmer waters.
Earlier this month, a bombshell report was published about Aquaman 2 (aka Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom) which featured numerous rumors.
Gwyneth Paltrow has had an incredible career in the spotlight, but once she sells Goop, we may never see her again. The actress and businesswoman built the company reportedly worth $250 million, and although she isn’t ready to sell, she might say goodbye to fame once she does.In a recent interview with Bustle, the “Shallow Hal” star opened up about aging, beauty, her family, and more. The 51-year-old brought up disappearing from the public eye- twice.
Amber Heard is still healing from an injury but thankfully has the help of her look-alike sister, Whitney Henriquez. The mother of one was spotted this week in Madrid enjoying a walk with her little sister and 3-year-old daughter Oonagh.Henriquez, who testified during the infamous trial, has been spending time with Heard in Spain since the injury.
Amber Heard‘s In The Fire director had so many good things to say about her in a new interview.
Were one to ignore the courtroom-set events over the past handful of years that have served to define the personal life of Amber Heard, it would be hard to deny the fact that, despite a few run-of-the-mill performances, most notably as Mera in her various Snyderverse appearances such as “Aquaman, “the ex-Mrs. Johnny Depp has a decent level of talent onscreen, ranging from the horror of “All The Boys Love Mandy Lane” to the comedy of “Pineapple Express” to the sultry drama of “Magic Mike XXL.” “In The Fire” could be considered another example of her potential, an imperfect lead role in a film that brazenly emulates a type of film seen countless times since “The Exorcist” spawned countless imitators in the half-century since.
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