Warner Bros. Studios. Entertainment attorney Richard Marks opened up about the potential franchise plans before the trial came to an end.
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The claim was made when Marks was up on the stand and asked: “Okay, and you agree that… if there’s an Aquaman 3, Ms Heard would have an option to receive four million dollars, correct? For the movie?”
In response, he said: “Well, actually you would language it… Warner Bros. would have the option to engage her.”
Continuing the questioning, Marks was asked: “And if they engaged her, she would receive four million dollars, correct?”
The attorney responded, claiming: “She doesn’t have the option to refuse. They have the option to engage her.”
This isn’t the only time that the Aquaman franchise was brought up in the defamation trial.
When entertainment expert Kathryn Arnold took to the stand, she discussed the upcoming sequel, which led to some potential ‘spoilers’.
She testified: “I believe that in the first act of the movie, she was injured somehow, or it had something to do with a baby.
“She ends up in the hospital early in this new Aquaman 2 movie and doesn’t really come out until the end to kind of wrap things up.
“All the interactions with Momoa’s character, and certainly the action scenes, were taken out.”
Arnold then testified that she had not seen the script herself, but was relying on Heard’s claims.
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