Amber Heard has been honored for her generosity and support to the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) for the past year. Donating the divorce settlement money she got from now ex-husband Johnny Depp, Heard is, indeed, worthy of the honor and praise.
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles revealed earlier this week that the 31-year old actress donated between $1 million and $5 million from July 2016 to June 2017 fiscal year. After all, Heard had earlier declared that part of the $7 million she got from her divorce settlement with Depp would be donated to CHLA.
“My philanthropic efforts have always been centered around medical care, especially with women and children. Medical care always struck me as a basic human right and necessity. I have been doing this type of work for the last 14 years with children’s hospitals and bringing, hopefully, laughs and alleviation and distraction to kids that are severely ill,” Heard recently said in an interview.
As announced earlier by Heard, not all the divorce settlement money she got would go to CHLA as she also divided it among other charities that aimed at ending violence against women. However, it is unclear what specific foundations received the donation from the actress.
Amber Heard and Johnny Depp filed for divorce in 2016 after 15 months of marriage.
To recall, Heard filed for divorce from Depp back in 2016 after having been married to the “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor for 15 months. According to a report of People, Heard is currently single again after splitting with Elon Musk earlier this year.
Reportedly, the two first called it quits in August last year due to their respective busy schedules. Despite the split, though, the two have maintained a cordial relationship towards each other and even arrived together at the pre-event party of this year’s Oscars.
Amber Heard is slated to appear as Mera once more in the upcoming solo "Aquaman" movie later this year.
Meanwhile, Heard is expected to return to the big screen later this year as she reprises her Mera role in “Justice League” for the upcoming “Aquaman” movie, which will be top-billed by Jason Momoa.
The movie is slated for a December 19, 2018 release.
Dwayne Johnson Hopes ‘Black Adam’ Movie Will Enter Production in 2019
Will he debut as the DC villain in ‘Shazam’ prior to the character’s solo live-action movie?
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson hopes that cameras will start grinding for the solo “Black Adam” movie in 2019. While Warner Bros has yet to confirm whether it will really be the case, it is also reported that Johnson will debut as the DC villain ahead of the solo film he will top-bill in next year’s “Shazam.”
It was in 2014 when Johnson initially inked an agreement to play Black Adam in Warner Bros’ DCEU (DC Extended Universe) brand. However, things have rather been slow for Johnson’s debut as the live-action incarnation of the DC villainous character. Nonetheless, many suspected that the character would be featured as the main villain in another upcoming DC movie, “Shazam,” first before his solo movie. However, upon the announcement that Zachary Levi’s “Shazam” will feature Doctor Sivana (to be played by Mark Strong) as its main villain, fans were left wondering when they will finally get to see Johnson donning the DC supervillain’s costume.
Dwayne Johnson hopes that the solo 'Black Adam' movie he is set to top-bill can already enter production by next year.
Zack Snyder Explains Why Bruce Wayne Allowed the Wayne Manor to Deteriorate
Now we finally know why!
Former DC Extended Universe (DCEU) director Zack Snyder has shed light on why Ben Affleck’s Batman/Bruce Wayne character in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and “Justice League” chose to abandon the Wayne mansion and opted to live in a lake house instead. Apparently, the decision of the cinematic version of the Caped Crusader to abandon the manor and allow it to deteriorate is rooted on sentimental reasons.
While Snyder is no longer involved in the future of the DCEU, the director continues to explain certain things on his already released projects under the brand. And, once, again, Snyder recently explained on his official Vero account why Bruce Wayne opted to abandon the Wayne mansion and allowed his family home to deteriorate as he chose to stay in a lake side house with his butler Alfred (Jeremy Irons) in the 2016 “Batman v Superman:Dawn of Justice” and last year’s “Justice League.”
What really happened to the Wayne Manor?
Despacito: The Most Viewed Youtube Video Ever Was Defaced By Hackers
Lots of high profile YouTube music videos posted by Vevo have been hacked.
So what happens when your music video gets a mind-boggling 5 billion views on YouTube? Well, you get hacked, apparently. The video for Luis Fonsi's mega-hit Despacito got 'deleted' from YouTube, thanks to hackers.
Around 5 days ago, Despacito, which featured Daddy Yankee, became the first video in YouTube history to reach 5 billion views. Soon after, however, the video disappeared from YouTube - along with those of other artists which include Drake, Taylor Swift, and Selena Gomez.
Hackers calling themselves Prosox and Kuroi'sh were reportedly responsible for the video's disappearance....
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