Producer Christopher Hanley and and screenwriter Roberta Hanley allegedly filmed additional nude and sex scenes with a body double once Heard had completed filming and left the set. Plans for the filming of this scenes were not included in her schedule, according to Heard. In the film, Heard plays a clairvoyant femme fatale, who begins love affairs with three different men, one of which she knows will murder her.
Please refresh the page and retry. Heard plays Nicola Six, a clairvoyant femme fatale who has been living with a dark premonition of her impending death by murder. She then embarks on a series of love affairs with three men, one of whom she knows will be her murderer.
Skip navigation! Amber Heard is facing a hefty lawsuit from the producers of her recent film London Fieldsaccording to new court documents. According to the documentsHeard failed to "perform certain acting services" nude scenes, in other wordsand failed to promote the film.
These include filming a nude scene as her character, "a promiscuous psychic about to be murdered," according to The Hollywood Reporter. Production company Nicole Six Limited even went so far as to claim the blonde conspired to make the film bomb at the box office by refusing to make public appearances to promote it. Producers Christopher Hanely and Jordan Gertner insisted that Amber had worked in secret with director Matthew Cullen to rewrite the naked sex scenes in a page complaint handed to Los Angeles Superior Court. It is thought Amber had initially been granted the right to approve scenes after they had been filmed, but had no rights to control what was filmed in the first place.
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The year-old actress has accused the producer of breaking her nudity clause in the film London Fields —which due to multiple legal issues was never released. The graphic scene in question involves a female police officer, a detainee on the hood of a car with a baton. A rising film star, Heard agreed to play the lead in the motion picture entitled London Fields based on Martin Amis's novel.
As we reported last year, Amber Heard is currently being sued by the producers of London Fields, an independent film which she starred in alongside Theo James, Cara Delevigne and Jaimie Alexander. The producers, Roberta and Christopher Hanley, allege in their lawsuit that Heard " Heard's complaint alleged that the actress, after reading the script, "insisted on specific restrictions about nudity and sex scenes in the film as a condition to agreeing to appear in the Movie.
By Ian Mohr. Depp also lashed out against Heard over her co-star in the film, Billy Bob Thornton, writing his name in blood on a mirror. Their nefarious moves included illegally adding pornographic scenes with a body double resembling Amber Heard and a striptease scene with the same body double — deceitful moves expressly barred by her contract.
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Amber Heard is countersuing London Field producer Christopher Hanley over the filming of explicit sex scenes with her body double. She was accused of conspiring with the film's director, Matthew Cullen, in revising the final edit and removing some of the nudity and sexually explicit scenes. But now Heard has filed a counter-claim against Hanley and his wife, the film's screenwriter Roberta Hanley, alleging that the "lascivious and sexploitive couple" made the scenes after she had finished filming, and without her knowledge. The scenes have allegedly been edited to make it look as though Heard had performed the "pornographic"sex acts, and were reportedly recorded for the Producer's Cut edition of the film.