Aquaman: Amber Heard (Mere) wants a spin-off with Wonder Woman
This is the one that Heard told The Hollywood Reporter. “I would really like to collaborate with Wonder Woman. That would be a nice duo,” said Heard. “But we're in the running for a spin-off, right? Did you hear it... Mera and Wonder Woman. Force, Warner Bros”.
With a debut of the character in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League, the first film in solitary for Aquaman with Jason Momoa and Heard it should launch a new franchise for the studio, also in the light of the great success that the film has had on the chinese market in its first weekend.
A spin-off of Aquaman with Heard might well be seen by Warner, now that its policy in respect of DC characters to transform into films seems to be changed, with the attention now turned to Batgirl, Supergirl, and Zatanna, in addition to Plastic Man and Blue Beetle, all in the very early stages of development.
Heard he had previously admitted that initially, the role didn't like because she was not sure Merely would have been “appropriate” for her, telling ET that “she did not know the comics”. But when the director of the Justice League and the executive producer of the Aquaman, Zack Snyder, “he explained this tough woman, the queen of warriors,” Heard has embraced the “the sword and the crown” of the Mere. “I've read the comic... I remember the first scene that I read in this comic,” said Heard. “Mera, my character and her male counterpart Aquaman, starring Jason Momoa, have just saved the city from a disaster, water from a hurricane or something like that, and as citizens and civilians are taking look at and say: “Aquaman!”. Look at Mera and say, “Who are you? Aquawoman?” And she stops what she is doing and says: ‘I have my name. Are not Aquawoman. I have my name. My name is Mera.” And I was all excited from this woman.
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