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Warner Bros. Exec Testifies That Amber Heard Was Almost Replaced On ‘Aquaman 2’

While the media circus feeding frenzy around the Johnny Depp defamation lawsuit against ex-wife Amber Heard continues—it’s rather gross and misogynistic, with a lot of people telling on themselves—the unfortunate clickbait fodder around it is that some actual news is made within the walls of something that should probably be private. Heard is also seeking $100 million in a defamation counterclaim against Depp.

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Riddler star Paul Dano on ‘incredible’ Batman fan art and the power of the DC fandom
supports HTML5 videoThe Batman stars Paul Dano and Jeffrey Wright have praised the caped crusader’s ‘passionate’ fandom, revealing that it’s ‘unlike anything else’ either of them has been involved with before.The actors, who play Edward Nashton, aka The Riddler, and Gotham City Police Department detective Lieutenant James Gordon, also shared that they were ‘excited’ to give the film to the public for them to ‘take a hold of it and make it completely their own’.Robert Pattinson is making his debut as Batman in the hotly anticipated flick, which follows a young Bruce Wayne, two years into his career as Gotham’s crime-fighting vigilante detective.Speaking exclusively to Metro.co.uk, Emmy and Bafta nominee Paul described his positive experience in being involved with such a major movie, calling it ‘so much fun’.‘It’s actually been, to my surprise, so much fun – the fact that the fans are this passionate.’He also divulged that he had seen some of the fan art on the internet and been impressed, adding: ‘I mean, some of the artwork that people send online, it’s incredible – and the fervour around it and the anticipation.‘So now that we’re at the point we get to share this film – finally – it feels really, really special.’‘And also because I like what we’re about to give them!’ he laughed.The Little Miss Sunshine actor’s co-star weighed in on the power of DC fans too, saying they surpassed those of even James Bond himself, with the actor having appeared as Felix Leiter in three of Daniel Craig’s outings as the iconic 007 – including 2021’s No Time To Die.‘I really came to realise that we talk about this film as our film, but I think maybe more so it’s their film – as in the fans – because there’s such a profound sense of