Walter Hamada, head of DC Films, testifies against Amber Heard. What happened in Aquaman 2 continues to give a lot to talk about judicially.
As reported exclusively by Deadline, the president of DC Movies, Walter Hamada, will virtually take the stand tomorrow, Tuesday, May 24. He will do it online to testify in the defamation trial between Amber Heard Y Johnny Depp. Apparently it is related to the topic of Aquaman 2.Walter Hamada is expected to reveal to the jury that there were no negative consequences for Amber Heard in connection with Aquaman 2 and the franchise DC Extended Universe due to their legal situation. This comes just over a month after the president of DC Films testified that the actress’ casting was initially rejected due to chemistry issues between her and Jason Momoa.
An old acquaintance in legal proceedings
DC Films president Walter Hamada is no stranger to actor-related controversies. He is currently dealing with accusations of Ray Fisher after what happened on the set of Justice League. And the same goes for Ezra Miller, the actor from The Flash, who keeps getting into trouble with the Hawaiian police. With Amber Heard’s claims, Hamada maintains that he did not diminish her opportunity to appear in Aquaman 2. Even with an increasingly problematic and mediatic court case, they gave him the chance. But his relationship with Jason Momoa changed everything. The situation with Amber Heard in Aquaman 2 remains an unknown. The latest information confirmed that Warner Bros. Pictures was going to replace the actress and replace her with Paris Hilton. It remains to be seen what will ultimately happen, but it is clear that the appearance of the president of DC Films in the trial could precipitate events and cause that replacement to arrive during the post-production of the aquatic sequel. Share0