Did Jason Momoa unfollow and block Amber Heard, per ‘Aquaman’ report?

In the depths of the DC Universe, a storm is brewing. Recent reports suggest that Jason Momoa, the star of the hit film Aquaman, has unfollowed and blocked his co-star Amber Heard on Instagram after this summer’s reshoots.

This revelation comes on the heels of serious allegations made by Heard against Momoa and the entire Aquaman crew. The news has come as a shock to many fans, as the drama surrounding the DC Universe has been escalating in recent years. However, a subtle hint may have been missed by most: Momoa’s decision to unfollow Heard on Instagram, followed by blocking her from accessing his profile altogether, as reported by insiders at Variety.

The impact of this controversy on the upcoming Aquaman sequel remains uncertain. The first film in the franchise achieved tremendous success, grossing over a billion dollars at the box office. This led DC Studios to greenlight a sequel, with both Momoa and Heard reprising their roles. However, the ongoing controversies may adversely affect the sequel’s performance and result in yet another disappointment for the studio.

The Future of the DC Universe

Renowned filmmakers James Gunn and Peter Safran have provided insights into their vision for the DC Universe. They disclosed that they aim to establish a cohesive narrative across film, television, animation, and video game projects, with meticulously crafted and interconnected storylines. Interestingly, they also mentioned the possibility of incorporating elements from previous DC regimes into their plans, which suggests that their vision is not a complete reboot of the cinematic universe.

Since the unveiling of this new direction, several movies such as Shazam! Fury of the Gods, The Flash, and Blue Beetle have already been released. Meanwhile, fans eagerly anticipate the arrival of Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom in 2023. Whether characters from these films will make appearances in the revamped DC Universe remains a mystery, known only to Gunn and Safran.