It’s been over a year since the “London Fields” drama at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. The film’s premiere was engulfed in controversy with most of the talent refusing to support the film at TIFF.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Amber Heard is the latest cast member to face court action over the delayed film. On Monday, the film’s producers sued Heard for $10 million for allegedly breaching her contract and committing a lengthy interference.
According to the complaint, the “Justice League” star disregarded her contractual obligations by failing to provide her acting services in accordance to the shooting script and for refusing to attend the TIFF premiere or provide any other promotional services.
It is alleged that Heard refused to take part in dialogue replacement as well. According to the complaint, “This act, along with Heard’s other disclosures of confidential information, was in violation of Heard’s agreements.”