As the jury deliberates on the verdict in their blockbuster defamation trial,

Amber Heard and Johnny Depp are preparing for more blockbusters.

Namely, Heard is slated to appear in two films: “Run Away With Me” and “In the Fire.”

According to IMDb, “Run Away With Me” follows an American in Paris who falls hopelessly in love

with a model before they discover the “criminal underworld” of the modeling industry in Europe.

Meanwhile, Heard plays a New York psychiatrist in “In the Fire,” set in the 1890s

who visits a Colombian plantation to “care for a disturbed boy.”

While treating the child, she sparks tension with a priest who believes the boy is possessed.

These listings on Heard’s IMDb page follow her appearance in next year’s “Aquaman and the Last Kingdom,” in which her role was significantly cut.

While people, including Heard, speculated that her part in the movie was reduced due to the circus surrounding

the trial between her and ex-husband Depp, Walter Hamada, the president of DC Films, shut the rumor down.