What Amber Heard is reportedly going to do now that the trial is over

The question of Amber Heard’s future has been a hot topic since the defamation lawsuit between her and Johnny Depp came to an end. When Depp won his case against Heard in early June, the jury awarded him a total of $10.3 million in damages. CNN† Heard had a win, albeit smaller, in her counterclaims too, with the jury awarding her $2 million in compensatory damages. Even with this amount Net worth of celebrities estimated to be heard worth – $6 million

Heard, who made a total of $10 million between 2013 and 2019, according to Celebrity Net Worth, has seemingly seen her Hollywood prospects wane in recent years. While Heard will reportedly still be seen in “Aquaman 2”, her future with the DC franchise appears to be over. The actor testified at the trial that she “fought to keep” [her] job in the biggest movie opportunity” she had yet in “Aquaman,” claiming that Warner Bros. had given her a ‘very simple’ role for the sequel, per The Hollywood Reporter† Plus, although Heard has two more upcoming movies on her IMDbboth projects cast her for the recent trial.

So, what’s next for Heard at this apparent turning point for her career? Her next reported move shouldn’t be: That surprising.

Will Amber Heard Really Tell Everything?

As if the libel lawsuit between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp hasn’t uncovered enough lecherous secrets, Heard has reportedly landed a multimillion-dollar book deal. As an insider told exclusively OKAY! magazine in June: “Amber considers her career in Hollywood to be over… Right now she has nothing to lose and wants to tell everything.” The source added that the actor-turned-author is “already in talks and excited about it.”

Some think everything about her history with Depp is a gamble for Heard, as she just lost a defamation case over an op-ed. New York-based divorce attorney Dror Bikel told OK! that Heard should be “extremely careful with what she says about him. Depp and his lawyers will read everything and listen to what Heard says. If she crosses the line, which is likely, there will be no doubt with another defamation charge.” and end up right back in court.”

As for Depp, he seems to have moved on already. He and longtime friend British rocker Jeff Beck announced the upcoming release of their album “18” in July, per People† According to an insider, Depp is “not even talking about the trial right now” and “has a busy summer ahead of us.”

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