Warner Bros. does not take the petition to fire Amber Heard seriously

The scandalous Johnny Depp ex-spouse Amber Heard is back in the spotlight. But if the hype is not good for Depp’s career, then it has little effect on Heard’s affairs. Warner Bros. Studio in no hurry to break off business relations with the actress, despite numerous appeals on the Web and petitions with a million signatures.

Warner Bros. is not going to fire the actress, who plays the role of Mera in the expanded DC universe, because she does not take seriously speaking on the Web against her, according to We Got This Covered, citing insiders. Even a petition demanding the removal of Heard from the franchise, which was signed by more than a million people, is not an argument for the film company.

“They [Warner Bros.] see it as a boycott of Captain Marvel from Marvel Studios, which proved ineffective as the film eventually grossed Disney over a billion dollars. They believe that the hype is artificially inflated and, most likely, has political motives, ” the insider said in a statement.

As for Hurd herself, in a recent interview, she also stated that she is not worried about the wave of negativity in her direction, as she considers it “paid rumours and petitions.” Amber revealed that she is going to shoot the Aquaman sequel next year and that Warner Bros. even considering the possibility of a solo film about her heroine.

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Author: Oleg Ceban
Graduated from University of Oxford. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the world news section in the Free News editors.
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