Justice League actress Amber Heard to star alongside Charlie Plummer in indie drama, Gully
Heard, 31, will be next seen in Aquaman, where she will reprise her Justice League role of Mera.
Actor Amber Heard has come aboard the cast of indie drama Gully.
The Justice League star joins Charlie Plummer, Alice Eve, Kelvin Harrison Jr, Jacob Latimore, and Jonathan Majors in the project.
The film will be directed by Nabil Elderkin while the script has been penned by Marcus Guillory, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
It follows three disaffected teenagers, all victims of childhood trauma, who are running a hedonistic riot. Heard will play the role of Plummer's mother in the film.
The project will be produced by Brad Feinstein, Tom Butterfield, Ben Pugh, Corey Smyth and Alex Georgiou.
Joseph F Ingrassia, Gabriela Revilla Lugo, Andy Brunskill and Kweku Mandela will serve as the executive producers.
Heard, 31, will be next seen in Aquaman, where she will reprise her Justice League role of Mera. The film will hit the theatres in December this year.
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