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Amber Heard's defense rests in Johnny Depp defamation trial

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This verdict will probably get overturn by jury, misconduct it hard these for jurist to obey the judge, especially in a high profile trial

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IMDB Aquaman:

Stars

Jason Momoa

Amber Heard

Willem Dafoe

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My opinion is based on the testimonies of Richard Marks (a deal broker in Hollywood), and Walter Hamada (the President of DC films). Both refuted Kathryn Arnold's (entertainment industry consultant) testimony that Amber is comparable to established 'A' list stars such as Jason Momoa, Zendaya, and several others.

And

Amber Heard was the recipient of Best Supporting Actress at the Saturn Awards in 2019.

And yet, the IMDB page clearly lists here under "stars". Ouch, how do you guys feel being proven incorrect?

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Tonight is also going spectacularly badly for Amber.

Just saying.

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There will be no winner here.

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Perleeze, enough of this circus of a trial

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StrangerlandToday  08:56 am JST

You'll have to explain how that difference works to the people who made the movie and listed her as a star on the movie, as they somehow identified her as a star, and you are telling them they are wrong. You, the internet poster, are telling the professionals they are wrong. You are clearly correct.

I think he is correct too:

Amber Heard was the recipient of Best Supporting Actress at the Saturn Awards in 2019.

Steven Spielberg, and James Cameron are two people that are part of the Academy who vote on the Saturn Awards; I am going on a limb and stating they are professionals.

spinningplatesToday  09:21 am JST

My opinion is based on the testimonies of Richard Marks (a deal broker in Hollywood), and Walter Hamada (the President of DC films). Both refuted Kathryn Arnold's (entertainment industry consultant) testimony that Amber is comparable to established 'A' list stars such as Jason Momoa, Zendaya, and several others.

Sounds like an opinion validated by other verifiable sources.

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Hi Strangerland.

My opinion is based on the testimonies of Richard Marks (a deal broker in Hollywood), and Walter Hamada (the President of DC films). Both refuted Kathryn Arnold's (entertainment industry consultant) testimony that Amber is comparable to established 'A' list stars such as Jason Momoa, Zendaya, and several others.

But it's true, I'm just an internet poster.

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''Heard, 36, who had a starring role in "Aquaman,"''

That is incorrect...she had a supporting role in Aquaman.

Really? Then why is she listed as a star?

There's a big difference.

You'll have to explain how that difference works to the people who made the movie and listed her as a star on the movie, as they somehow identified her as a star, and you are telling them they are wrong. You, the internet poster, are telling the professionals they are wrong. You are clearly correct.

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''Heard, 36, who had a starring role in "Aquaman,"''

That is incorrect...she had a supporting role in Aquaman.

There's a big difference.

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No!!!!!!

You mean the jokes will end soon?

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I am not sure who is 100% guilty after watching the case since the beginning. However, they both do not look so great as people go. Both are guilty in many ways. Too bad. I like them both as far as Actors go.

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