The way Jason Momoa saved Amber Heard’s “Aquaman” role during the Depp trial

“Aquaman” his character, Jason Momoa, was reportedly an advocate for the the stricken Amber Heard to keep her part in the film’s sequel that is scheduled for release in the near future.

Former producer and present entertainment industry expert and consultant Kathryn Arnold took the stand on Monday as a witness in her trial involving former husband Johnny Depp. She claimed that Heard’s red-wigged appearance was meant to represent Her “star has been born” moment, but she claimed that she was almost removed off from “Aquaman 2” due to problems concerning Johnny Depp, 58.

Arnold stated that the main reason Heard retained her job was because Momoa 42 and Director James Wan, 45, “committed to her” and were “adamant” she would be included in the film as reported by The Daily Mail.

Amber Heard’s role in “Aquaman 2” was “radically reduced” due to her negative reputation because of Johnny Depp, witness Kathryn Arnold testified.

Amber Heard’s part her role in ” Aquaman 2″ was “radically reduced” due to her reputation as a villain due to Johnny Depp, witness Kathryn Arnold was a witness.

On Thursday Sheard’s representative, Jessica Kovacevic, claimed she was informed the role was close to being changed due to her “lack of chemistry” with Momoa but she believed it was because of her reputation for being a bad one.

Arnold said that “Game of Thrones” actor Momoa was able to negotiate his pay for the sequel film from about three million up to fifteen million.

Heard received the exact $2 million amount stated in her initial contact, Arnold said, adding that the actress in question could have had the opportunity to negotiate a deal for as much as $6 million.

“They [Hollywood] like her work but they can’t work with her because every time her name is mentioned, the negativity flares up again,” Arnold commented on the actress’s “very negative” reputation.

Arnold stated that over the course of five years, Heard could have earned up to four million dollars per film and it may be higher and reached as high as $20 million.