Amber Heard has denied a report that she is getting cut from “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” and her role as Mera is being recast.
“Warner Brothers decided to recast AmberHeard‘s role after screen testing the movie,” an insider reportedly told JustJared.
The studio was allegedly going to be doing reshoots with stars Jason Momoa and NicoleKidman, the source claimed.
However, a representative for Heard denied the rumor to The Post, saying in a statement that the “rumor mill continues as it has from day one” and that it was “inaccurate, insensitive, and slightly insane.”
The Post has also reached out for comment from representatives for Warner Bros.
The troubled actress’s removal comes after her highly publicized defamation trial with ex-husband Johnny Depp.
During the trial, the 36-year-old troubled actress claimed that Warner Brothers “didn’t want to include me” in the DC Comics sequel.
Heard also noted that she was “actively scheduling timing for filming” the superhero movie until Depp’s legal team reportedly launched a campaign against her. She said her scenes in the film were drastically diminished.