Curvy Amber Heard Stuns As Mera In New 'Aquaman' Photos

Wow Earlier in the day Amber posted

Wow Earlier in the day Amber posted

Wan captioned the photo (via Twitter), "Lady Mera swept in from the sea". But that wasn't the only image for the day.

Aquaman doesn't swim into theaters until December 2018, but that hasn't stopped the superhero flick's director James Wan from sharing an incredible photo of Amber Heard in her form-fitting costume. The photo reveals the actress wearing the new fish scale type attire, similar to the character's appearance in the comics.

This look at Mera also bodes well for what other directors can do with their movies. However, as you may recall, this isn't the first time we've seen the character. For those unaware, Boland was the set photographer for The Matrix Trilogy.

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Aquaman hits United Kingdom cinemas 21 December 2018. Heard was joining the cast to play Mera has inspired the greatest interest among DC fans and fans of the Warner Bros. film adaptations of the line of superheroes. Heard seems to have just risen from the watery depths, suggesting the picture was taken during the filming of one of Aquaman's water to land scenes.

Though it is still over a year from when Aquaman premieres on December 21, 2018, and several months still until Justice League hits theaters in November, fan anticipation about the movie has been steadily building, and the photos of Amber Heard as Mera, the Queen of Atlantis, has helped to fuel further anticipation for the flick. The film releases on November 17, 2017. Readers can also follow me on my social media accounts for the latest scoops.

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