The press tour of DC Films & # 39; Aquaman It has officially begun, and the protagonist of the film is celebrating in style.
Amber Heard, who plays Mera in the DC Extended Universe movie, recently wore an impressive outfit for the London premiere of the show. You can see Heard in a gold and emerald green dress with a matching cap, which you can see in the photos below.
As some have already pointed out, Heard's attire feels like a pretty perfect choice for the Aquaman premiere, since his harness looks a lot like a retro bathing cap.
Aquaman will follow Mera and Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) in an adventure that spans the seven seas, while a war with the surface world is at stake. While some mainly associate Mera with being Arthur's love interest in the comics, it seems that the representation of Heard's big screen will be a fiercely independent character.
"She is a leader, she has integrity," Heard told reporters during a visit to the set of the film. "She and Arthur are very different, in fact, that's part of what causes a lot, you know, they do not necessarily fit in at the beginning." They're constantly coming and going and they win this relationship between them throughout. they learn to respect each other, given their very different approaches to life, Mera, for example, unlike Arthur, has a very solid constitution, a strong sense of self, who she is, what is her role, what is her position It is. And the sense of duty and honor that she uses to address all situations in her life is one that I really respect and like, and I admire her. "
"Mera is his own wife," Heard continued. "She's her own superhero, she's not Aquawoman, she's Mera, part of what surprised me, you know when I first spoke with Zack. [Snyder] over the phone about the possibility of making this film, she said: "She is a warrior queen, basically, you get a sword and a crown." And I thought, OK, you know how to throw your audience & # 39; It's okay, I hear you now I do not want to be a damsel I've played a variety of characters as diverse as I could be Being a woman, especially a young woman in this industry, raising me in this industry, has been limited, but I've done the most with what I can, especially considering that the only thing they have in common is that they are driven or powerful in their own right. "
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Aquaman will land in cinemas on December 21. It will be followed by Shazam on April 5, 2019, Joker on October 10, 2019, Birds of prey (and the emancipation of Fantabulous by One Harley Quinn) on February 7, 2020, and Wonder Woman 1984 On June 5, 2020.