Meanwhile Amber Heard might be at war with one Hollywood heavyweight, the other was on his back, at least professionally … because according to testimony Jason Momoa allegedly fought to keep him in “Aquaman 2”
Neither Johnny and not Amber took a stand on Monday, but an entertainment consultant Kathryn Arnold was invited to talk about the Heard brand in the field. At one point, Amber’s lawyer began to question his role in “Aquaman 2.”
As you may know, Amber’s role in the film was cut significantly, but Arnold says it was a question of whether he would even be in the film or not.
Arnold says both Momoa and the film’s director, James Wan, were both “disliked” that he was included in the film. As early as February 2021, he testified that there was a discussion there that Amber might not be hired for the film at all … but they showed their support for him.
Another interesting piece about Momo … Arnold says he renegotiated his contract from about $ 3-4 million for the first “Aquaman” to about $ 15 million for the second tranche.
It has been reported that Amber’s side may invite Johnny back to the stands this week, but there has been conflicting information … and it may not happen at all. As usual, there was a pandemic outside the Virginia courthouse when things were wrapped up, and both sides will return to the case on Tuesday.
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