In 2016, Heard read a letter written by the victim in the recent Stanford rape case alongside Freida Pinto and Gabourey Sidibe at the Glamour Women of the Year awards.
She has also spoken openly about domestic violence.
One wears a white blouse with lace detailing; the other, a black frock and a gloppy stripe of blood down her face.
They brawl in a stone-walled chamber, as gamblers in waistcoats and top hats cheer them on, like .
Critics claimed that the show glamorized an environment that was demeaning to women.
Feminist activist Gloria Steinem, who once worked undercover as a bunny in New York City, called for a boycott of the show.
If Heard looks familiar, it's because she has been around Hollywood for a while, and she got her start in TV and small roles in movies you've probably seen.
The film's title refers to a particularly rare and exquisite brand of weed.
At its sharpest, the script by Rogen and Evan Goldberg, who co-wrote "Superbad," recalls what made "Superbad" worth seeing: the sidewinding conversational riffs, the wordplay.
"It's a total filmmaking class: In the fall, the writing students come up with a concept, and in the spring, I take over and we shoot it." The premise of would require," Franco says, "and because the idea of having inmates putting on a play opens up all sorts of unconventional casting possibilities, and you get all this crazy shit outside of the play." is an unmistakably shoestring production.
Franco persuaded Camilla Belle and Summer Phoenix to star as asylum inmates, essentially as favors to him; family and friends of the production are helping out as extras.