2020 has been a terrible year for Aquaman actress Amber Heard whether she'd like to admit it or not but the onslaught of controversy doesn't seem to faze the ever-so-controversial star. A lot of you probably get the gist of it by now and Amber's ongoing trial case versus her former husband Johnny Depp has turned her into one of Hollywood's most despised celebrities overnight. Despite their heated legal battle, Heard still seems to be in a pretty comfy spot. In fact, she's set to reprise her role as Mera in the Aquaman sequel opposite Jason Momoa.
Aside from that, she was also involved in the Justice League Snyder Cut reshoots where she reportedly had an upgraded role. Now, Amber is starring in CBS All Access' The Stand, an adaptation of Stephen King's 1978 novel. In an interview with Access, Heard shared her simple takeaway from 2020 — adapt and survive. "the better you are in making the changes internally, the better you have a chance of actually not just surviving but thriving." Check out a snippet of the interview below:
The "inspirational" interview obviously didn't sit well with a lot of her detractors and they took matters into their own hands. The said clip which was posted on December 14th has already garnered over 1.5 million views and counting but what's more shocking is the fact that Amber's 2020 takeaway video received 280,000 dislikes on YouTube as of writing. Fans will obviously stop at nothing to express just how much they loathe the actress.
Meanwhile, Aquaman 2 is in active development.
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