Warner Bros. and JK Rowling may be sticking by the decision to bring Johnny Depp back to the 'Fantastic Beasts' franchise on the big screen, this time round in the titular role of Grindelwald, but that doesn't mean all fans of the series are happy to see him making a comeback.

Amber Heard isn't afraid to speak out for herselfAmber Heard isn't afraid to speak out for herself

Citing the allegations of abuse from his former partner Amber Heard, a very vocal portion of the 'Fantastic Beasts' fan base have criticised Warner Bros. for bringing the actor back into the fold, but that hasn't stopped Warner Bros. and Rowling from releasing separate statements and commenting as far as they can on Depp's past legal proceedings.

Now, Heard has also spoken out about the casting, taking to her Twitter account to post the complete joint statement that she and Depp released following the allegations she made. The actress is thought to have done so because of Warner Bros.'s decision to only include 10 words of the original statement in their comments.

Heard wrote:

The actress is right to pick Warner Bros. up on taking some of the words in her original statement out of context, as it also goes on to say that neither Heard nor Depp were lying when the allegations first came out. The two came to a mutual understanding behind-the-scenes, the details of which we'll probably never fully learn, but the statement from Heard and Depp has both of them agreeing that everything she alleged was in fact the truth; she never lied for financial gain. Quite frankly she wouldn't need to! She's picking up some fantastic roles, playing Mera in the upcoming DC Extended Universe film 'Aquaman'.

At a time when Hollywood has been completely turned upside down and all of the abusers are being weeded out by brave victims willing to stand up and make their voices heard, it's no surprise that Depp's casting in 'The Crimes of Grindelwald' is being slammed. Whether or not changes to the story will be made however remains to be seen. Again, that's probably something that will remain private and we'll never learn the full details of.

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'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald' is set to hit cinemas across the UK on November 16, 2018.