Amber Heard isn’t calling Hollywood “adiós” yet.
The disgraced 37-year-old actress confirmed in a new video she shared on TikTok that she currently lives in Spain but has film projects still in the making.
“I love Spain,” he says to a local reporter in Spanish with a European accent.
When asked if he plans to stay in Spain for a long time, the “Aquaman” star replied, “I hope so. I love living here.”
Later, Heard graciously tries to get out of the ambush interview, telling the media crew it was a “pleasure” to meet them.
However, the reporter then asks one last question and asks if she has any movie projects planned in advance, and the “Greek Diary” actress replies “Oh yes”.
“I keep moving forward,” he adds. “This is life.”
Heard flew to Europe in September 2022, just three months after her ex-husband Johnny Depp won the defamation lawsuit against him on June 1.
He was spotted on a trip to Palma de Mallorca with his daughter Oonagh at the time.
Since then, Heard and his toddler have been spotted at various play dates in Spain.
Later it was reported that the “Justice League” actress left show business forever.
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Alison Boshoff of the Daily Mail claimed in an article published May 4 that Heard’s friend said that the actress had “left Hollywood and quietly moved to Spain”.
“She is bilingual in Spanish and is happy there, taking her daughter away from all the noise,” the journalist told her of a friend.
Still, an insider reportedly stated that Heard was “in no hurry to get back to work or Hollywood, but will likely be back at the right time, for the right project,” at the time.
Meanwhile, Heard did not escape public attention.
Three weeks ago, someone’s mother was seen giving a fan autograph while walking in Madrid.
Depp has also benefited from the resurgence gained by his highly publicized case.
The 59-year-old “Pirates of the Caribbean” star recently attended the Cannes Film Festival in France, where he starred in King XV in the biographical drama “Jeanne Du Barry.” He received a seven-minute standing ovation for his role as Louis.
At a press conference in Cannes, Depp said he “didn’t need” Hollywood.
“Do I feel like I’ve been boycotted now?” The “Edward Scissorhands” star said earlier this month.
“No, not at all. But I don’t feel boycotted because I don’t think of Hollywood. I don’t need Hollywood much.”