Warner Bros and DC Films’ Aquaman has shattered all records left and right to become the highest earning DCEU film ever. The film is still heading strongly on its way to achieve another big milestone of hitting the $1 billion mark. It is expected that the James Wan-directed underwater adventure will surpass 2012’s The Dark Knight’s impressive $1.084 billion box office haul by this weekend itself.
Actress Amber Heard, who plays Arthur Curry aka Aquaman’s love interest in the film Mera, has shared a beautiful behind-the-scenes picture of her on Instagram. Heard can be seen donning Mera’s comic-accurate green outfit on Aquaman’s set. You can check out the picture below.
In Aquaman, Mera is fully dedicated to saving her nation Atlantis and so she goes to the surface world to elicit help from the half-human, half-Atlantean Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa). She is the one who goes on a quest to search for Atlantis’ lost trident across the world along with Arthur in hopes of bringing the undersea and surface worlds together.
During a previous interview with Entertainment Weekly, Heard revealed a lot of details about her character in Aquaman.
“She’s a warrior who was raised by the queen of Atlantis before she passed,” the actress said. “We meet Mera after the queen has long since left and she’s been raised to take over as queen her whole life. She’s been raised to serve her kingdom and rule over Atlantis with King Orm (Patrick Wilson).”
Heard also revealed that her character Mera is the polar opposite to Momoa’s Aquaman. While Mera is completely focused, and disciplined, Arthur is confused about his identity, lacks purpose and focus.
The next DC comic book film in line for release is director David F. Sandberg’s Shazam! which is touted as DC’s most “lighthearted movie” yet. It follows the story of a 14-year-old Billy Batson, who can transform into an adult superhero.
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