‘Aquaman’: Amber Heard Begins Prepping For Filming

Aquaman Amber Heard Prepping For FilmingWith work on Aquaman ramping up, it looks as if Amber Heard, who’s playing Mera in the film, has started prepping for filming. Today, makeup artist Mélanie Inglessis posted a picture with Heard to her personal Instagram, expressing her excitement to work with the actress and using hashtags to call out the film.

Working with this lady today…. #Mera #Aquaman #Aquawoman

A photo posted by Mélanie Inglessis (@melaniemakeup) on

It looks as if the two women will be getting to work on transforming Heard into the queen of the sea and counterpart to Jason Momoa’s Aquaman. Of course, Heard has already portrayed the character of Mera during filming for Justice League.

Momoa’s character will appear next in Justice League, to be released in theaters on November 17, 2017. Aquaman, directed by James Wan and starring Jason Momoa, Patrick Wilson, Amber Heard, and William Dafoe, is scheduled to be released in theaters on October 5, 2018.

Source: Instagram

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  • Marquis de Sade

    MCU Current Productions: BLACK PANTHER; AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR + follow-up AVENGERS: UNTITLED and pre production for ANTMAN & WASP, which starts shooting in April.

    dceu: 8 months (and counting) of post production for wonder woman and pre production for waterman, batman’s production has been pushed back to TBD and the flash production will start (hopefully) between now and 2020 (maybe?).

    • SAMURAI36.

      Haha are you like a closeted DCEU fan or something? In almost every comic book movie related article, you will always chime in about how the MCU is superior etc. Sounds a little like overcompensation in my opinion. Anyway, so we get it, you want the DCEU to fail and just cease to exist. But honestly, if that happens, what do you get out of it? Do you really want this genre to only be filled by the MCU and nothing else? If that happens, what’s the fun in that? I don’t get your logic.