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1.6 Million People Have Signed a Petition to Have Amber Heard Removed from ‘Aquaman 2’. 11 People Complained Dior Ran an Ad With Johnny Depp

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People do not like Amber Heard. She can write it off as “paid trolls” as much as she wants, but public opinion has better much decided that she was the one in the wrong in her relationship with Johnny Depp. Basically, the only people who believe Heard’s side of the story are the judge in Depp’s libel trial and 11 Great British Bake-Off fans.

A change.org petition to have Heard removed from Aquaman 2 has reached 1.6 million signatures, which is a lot more than 11.

Men are victims of domestic abuse, just like women. This must be recognized, and action must be taken to prevent a known abuser from being celebrated within the entertainment industry.

Do the right thing. Remove Amber Heard from Aquaman 2.

Personally, I don’t normally like firing people from movies or whatever for off-set behavior no matter how bad it is; I can still watch a Kevin Spacey movie and enjoy his performance, you know. But the same company fired Johnny Depp for the thing everyone thinks he didn’t do and Amber Heard did do, and people are not happy about it.

There are also rumors that Marvel wants Heard to play Sue Storm in their Fantastic Four reboot. I don’t know about that one with all the negative press she’s getting, Disney famously hates controversy. I think the rumor that John Krasinski and his real-life wife Emily Blunt are being tapped to play Mister Fantastic and The Invisible Woman to be a lot more believable. The people claiming Heard is going to be in a Marvel film are probably the real trolls here.

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PunkA
PunkA
11 months ago

This is 100% counter movement to the “Believe Women” and “Time’s Up” movements. She just gets to be the one dumb enough to have an abuse history with more than Depp to latch onto. I find both movements boorish, an overreach, and self-serving. I hate cancel culture.

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