KEY POINTS

  • Twitter users were happy that they didn't see Amber Heard in the new "Justice League" trailer  
  • Other online users mocked Heard for her alleged absence in the credits and trailer 
  • Some netizens said they still saw Heard in the trailer and were not happy about it

Many did not see Amber Heard in the new trailer for "Justice League: The Snyder Cut" and they were happy about it. 

HBO Max released the newest trailer for Zack Snyder's "Justice League" on Sunday, and it received a lot of praises, with many saying it was better than what was released in 2017. However, many also noticed that Heard's name wasn't in the credits and they didn't see her in the trailer, making some wonder if Heard has been removed from the movie.

"So, Snyder's Justice League trailer is amazing. But you know what else is great? The below image. We've had AH going round saying 'I'm a big part in the Snyder Cut!' Where's ya name AH? Hmm? They got William Dafoe, Connie Nielsen & J.K Simmons, but not you!!" one tweeted.

"My partner immediately msg me saying that she's not in the trailer and hoping she's not in it at all haha," one commented

"Bye, girl..." another wrote with laughing emoji. 

"Seeing nowhere aMbEr HeArD in the @snydercut, that’s good," @chamadrevictor wrote.

Meanwhile, several mocked Heard saying she was a "nobody" because she was missing in the trailer and credits.

"It’s official. She’s a nobody," one wrote.

"@realamberheard WHERE ARE YOU? ohhh right. You’re a NOBODY," another added

"I see Nobody missing [laughing emoji]. #AmberHeardIsANobody #JusticeForJohhnyDepp #WeStandWithJohnnyDepp," a third user commented.

However, some still saw Heard in the trailer and they were disappointed. Several have urged Warner Bros. to drop her from the film and in "Aquaman 2" after she admitted in a recording that she started a physical fight with her ex-husband Johnny Depp. 

"I see everyone freaking out about the Snyder Cut trailer. Watched it myself and it looks real good! But Amber Heard is in it. Why would you want to endorse a domestic abuser?" one asked.

"WELL,  just noticed that #AmberHeard is in #SnyderCut NOT WATCHING THAT," another wrote

"Soooo how and why in the hell are #AmberHeard and #EzraMiller still in #SnyderCut," a different user asked.

"@wbpictures we want #AmberHeard fired. Will not watch  #SnyderCut we want this abusive liar OUT," another wrote

Heard confirmed in December that she is part of Snyder’s "Justice League." In an interview, she said they just did reshoots for the film.

"I'm super excited about it. We just wrapped on reshoots and I just love nerds. I f-cking love nerds, excuse my language," Heard told ComicBook.com

"He's a perfect example, Zack [Snyder] is a perfect example of a nerd. You know, I got into this project on The Stand because of another true, die hard nerd, which is Josh Boone, who connected all of us on this project as he was adapting the book for Stephen [King}. And I think it's just a good rule of thumb to follow, especially in this genre which I love. It's like follow the nerd, the nerd passion is where you want to be."

Amber Heard, Johnny Depp “London Fields,” the movie that supposedly ended Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s marriage, is set to be released before the end of the year. Photo: Getty Images/Ian Gavan