LOS ANGELES, CA. (THECOUNT) — In 2011, a 24-year-old Amber Heard was out selling two movies. Her position as “Piper,” in “Drive Offended” starring Nicolas Cage, and her work on “Rum Diaries,” starring (her future ex-husband,) Johnny Depp.
The next excerpts are from a February 2011 Amber Heard interview. Although the younger actress was on a press junket selling the Cage movie, she additionally fielded a number of questions on Depp and her expertise engaged on Rum Diaries.
When Heard was requested about her ideas on working with Johnny, She stored it quick and ambiguously candy:
Q: What’s Johnny Depp wish to work with? Is he fairly methodology?
“He has a private reference to Hunter S Thompson and carried that with him once we filmed. It felt like I used to be working with somebody who actually had a particular understanding of the fabric.”
In December 2011, Amber shocked many when she got here out on the GLAAD awards, asserting her sudden swap from males to girls:
Q: Why did you make an announcement about your sexuality on the GLAAD awards in December?
“I’m not one to speak about my private life as I want to maintain that as non-public as doable. Since that occasion, there was plenty of media consideration surrounding my relationship. It’s been irritating as I don’t label myself a method or one other – I’ve had profitable relationships with males and now a lady. I really like who I really like, it’s the person who issues.”
When Heard acquired an opportunity to hype Rum Diaries she as a substitute delivered a really measured and considerably pessimistic response:
Q: Will The Rum Diary change issues for you?
“I’ve finished all types of films and it’s onerous to be goal about the place you’re by way of the movies you make. Each movie I’ve finished has been a step up. I labored my means up from the underside and needed to work up from being an additional, to a small half, to a one liner, to the place I’m right this moment. I hope The Rum Diary will get all the eye and accolades it deserves however it’s onerous to inform earlier than it’s launched.”
Amber on “Piper,” her Drive Loopy character:
Q: Is there a hidden feminist message behind beating up a unadorned lady on the street?
“…I feel this actually is a really highly effective feminine character. This form of movie doesn’t essentially entice a feminine viewers however this character doesn’t depend on the male characters for her improvement – she’s not the love curiosity, she’s not somebody’s spouse or a damsel in misery, so for that motive I feel girls will love this movie.”
Drive Loopy raked in a decent $41 million on the field workplace.
Learn the remainder of the interview on MetroUK.