October 2, 2022

Aquaman 2 Director James Wan Unfollows Amber Heard On Instagram (Read More)

It’s been revealed that Aquaman and Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom (Aquaman 2) director, James Wan, has unfollowed Amber Heard on Instagram. This news came our way via FandomWire. It was pointed out by some eagle-eyed fans that the director of the upcoming Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom, James Wan has unfollowed the actress on Instagram.

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People on the platform have been pretty shocked by Wan’s decision to unfollow one of the supposed stars of his upcoming movie before its release. This was all spotted by people on Twitter and it’s pretty much confirmed that Amber Heard is no longer on James Wan’s following list.

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The other interesting new development is that Warner Bros. Pictures’ Instagram accounts have also unfollowed Amber Heard. Warner Bros has yet to make any statement on whether they’ll be working with Heard in the future. It’s already been revealed that Heard’s screentime in Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom was significantly reduced.

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Heard herself revealed this to be true during the Johnny Depp defamation trial. In an interview with The New York Times, Wan was asked whether he was able to put his on stamp on Aquaman, despite its larger connections within the DC Extended Universe. “It’s pretty crazy.

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For as big a movie as Aquaman is, I could not have had more freedom,” Wan said. “I had all the big tools and the budget to paint on a really big canvas, but with the freedom I had on, let’s say, Saw or Insidious. So if the movie works, or doesn’t work, I have no one to blame but myself.” While it’s certainly admirable that Wan is already taking responsibility should Aquaman fail to pan out, early indications suggest that that won’t be the case.

The film is currently sitting as the second best reviewed film within the DCEU, coming in behind Wonder Woman with a Rotten Tomatoes score of 70% on 106 reviews. If that wasn’t enough, Aquaman also bested the Marvel Cinematic Universe in pre-sales tickets on the ticketing site Atom, beating out Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War, while also raking in over $150 million at the Chinese box office in less than a week.

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