Amber Heard, most known for her role opposite Johnny Depp in "The Rum Diary", recently had a shelved movie which she filmed in 2006 come out. The movie, called "All The Boys Love Mandy Lane", came out officially in October, nearly seven years later. Originally the movie was premiered at various film festivals, including the Toronto Film Festival and South by Southwest.
The film which also stars Michael Welch and Anson Mount is directed by Jonathan Levine, who directed the indie romance zombie movie, Warm Bodies. The film is a classic horror film with a bunch of sexually active teenagers going to a secluded cabin where murder and mayhem ensues.
Amber stars in the title role of Mandy Lane, an outsider girl who becomes attractive over the summer, turns into the object of desire by all the boys at her high school. The interesting twist of this movie is the way it was able to stay unreleased after receiving extremely polarized film viewings. With the boom in internet services such as YouTube, Hulu, Netflix and illegal streaming and downloading sites, it's truly odd that this film resisted release for so long.
Although the film received mostly negative ratings including a 44 from metacritic, this doesn't seem to be putting a damper on Heard's success who is set to star in the 2014 "London Fields", and at least another dozen rumoured roles in the pipelines.