Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) is pressured to maintain his connections to the skin global and the underwater one in director James Wan’s “Aquaman.”

“Aquaman” famous person Amber Heard made a touch – pun totally supposed – on the London premiere of her new superhero film closing week through dressed in a nifty Valentino couture swim cap to move together with her matching green-and-gold robe.

It matched the underwater theme of her personality, Atlantean warrior princess Mera, who’s Jason Momoa’s Aqua-love passion. However Heard tells USA TODAY she was once just a little bummed she did not get to stay the dazzling headwear.

Amber Heard wore an excessively becoming couture swim cap to the London global premiere of “Aquaman.” (Photograph: ANTHONY HARVEY/AFP/GETTY IMAGES)

“I want. Admittedly, I am not going to lie: There is not anything I love greater than some impractical piece of favor – an impractical merchandise basically that I’ve so as to add to the number of issues I’ve to lug round,” Heard says right through an interview for “Aquaman” (in theaters Dec. 21). “Even me, I used to be like, ‘Smartly, it is not like I’ll put on it once more,’ however I sought after to stay it as it was once so cool!”

Heard will get a rather a couple of gown adjustments as Mera, together with one little bit of regally fishy style to move together with her standard action-ready ensemble. She was once waiting to go away all that in the back of, thanks very a lot.

“After running for seven and a part months filming this, dressed in that gown over 16 hours an afternoon, 5 days every week, I’ve to let you know, I wasn’t tempted to take anything else,” Heard says, guffawing. “I am not rather waiting to even take into accounts the sequel. I am not precisely gagging to get again into that gown.”

Take a look at Heard’s standard premiere taste within the gallery beneath, which – palms crossed – could have her rocking bejeweled frog flippers earlier than lengthy.


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