Zack Snyder 's Justice League was released yesterday on streaming platforms and is already making a big splash on the web , for better or for worse. The new version of Justice League has been spiced up with two more hours compared to the original film. Among them, scenes cut from the first Justice League but also new exclusive scenes. Only a few actors were chosen to film these scenes. However, the return of an actress was particularly talked about on social networks.
The epilogue of the Snyder Cut features the Knightmare sequence. This scene required the recall of actors in order to add content to the feature film. Ben Affleck (Batman), Ray Fisher (Cyborg), Deathstroke (Joe Manganiello), Ezra Miller (The Flash) and Jared Leto (as Joker) are therefore in the crosshairs a corrupt Superman, played by Henry Cavill. But that's not all: the actress Amber Heard who plays the role of Mera was also present and this fact did not please many Internet users.
Indeed, Amber Heard is caught in the tide of a controversy over accusations of domestic violence against his ex-boyfriend, Johnny Depp. As the two actors pass each other the ball of guilt, the judicial sentencee and the dismissal of the male actor from the cast of Fantastic Beasts 3 had caused an uproar among fans. The latter then asked for the dismissal of Amber Heard from the next installment of Aquaman and his ousting from the DCEU.
The reunion of supporters of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard was therefore more than tense. While many petitions call for a boycott of the actress, the new exclusive scenes of the Snyder Cut have therefore put oil on the fire. On Twitter, Internet users do not understand the decision of avoir calls her again:
The screen time offered to Amber Heard is relatively large since an action scene confronting her with Steppenwolf has been added. However, the additional scenes of Knightmare are rather anecdotal since they tease a sequel that shouldn't see the light of day, given that the Justice League sequel has been dropped due to the first film's lack of success. If fans aren't mad, Warner Bros. doesn't seem close to parting ways with the actress. , as far as they are concerned.