Dolph Lundgren says he had a 'great experience' with 'terrific' Amber Heard on 'Aquaman' sets

'She is terrific, you know, she is. I had a great experience with her. She is very kind, nice to the crew, nice to everyone,' Lundgren said while praising Heard


                            Dolph Lundgren says he had a 'great experience' with 'terrific' Amber Heard on 'Aquaman' sets
Dolph Lundgren (L) played the role of King Nereus, while Amber Heard (R) starred as Mera in 'Aquaman' (Frazer Harrison and John Phillips/Getty Images)
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Swedish actor Dolph Lundgren said that Amber Heard is "down-to-earth" and he had a "great experience with her" while shooting for 'Aquaman'. The 64-year-old played the role of King Nereus in the American superhero film based on the DC Comics character.

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During a Memorial Day giveaway for Redline Steel, Lundgren told CEO Colin Wayne about his experience working with Heard and both of them reprising their roles for the sequel 'Aquaman 2' which was shot in 2021. "Yeah, she was great. I worked with her on the first Aquaman, now the second one we shot last fall in London. She is terrific, you know, she is-- I had a great experience with her," said the actor.

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"She is very kind, nice to the crew, nice to everyone, just down-to-earth. She had a baby now, a newborn baby, so she had the baby with her on-set with the nanny which is kind of cute," Lundgren added. He told Fox News Digital that he jumped at the opportunity to team up with Wayne in his partnership with the nonprofit USA Cares after Wayne – who served three tours in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Egypt – made huge strides in his previous two fundraising outings with actress Megan Fox.

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"I was approached [by Colin Wayne and Redline Steel] to join the give-back and immediately decided to do it. To be able to help veterans and their families is important to me. They make the greatest sacrifice to help keep us all and the world around us safe. And I appreciate the work Megan has done over the years, and it was a pleasure to star alongside her in 'Expendables 4,'" Lundgren told the portal about coming on board for the third annual Operation Memorial Giveback.

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Meanwhile, users on the Internet made their opinion clear. One user wrote, "We all know a person that is sweet in public but an absolute piece of s**t in personal life." Another said, "Now that she's single, I'm gonna do one guess as to why he's so supportive. How does she do it?!? Gluttons for punishment."


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Another wrote, "Dolph, you should have kept that opinion to yourself. You only saw what #AmberHeardlsALiar wanted you to see. She has more personalities than Sybil." A fifth added, "It's not going to work, we aren't going to get tickets for this film no matter what you try tell us [x2 laughing face emojis]."

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Meanwhile, the closing arguments for the defamation trial between Heard and her former husband Johnny Depp took place on May 27 in Fairfax, Virginia. The jury is currently deliberating and is expected to announce the verdict soon. Depp sued Heard after the actress claimed she was a victim of domestic abuse in a Washington Post op-ed. The 58-year-old actor stated that her allegations ruined his reputation and career. Heard then counter-sued Depp for $100 million.

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