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Disney Hellbent on Making Pirates of the Caribbean Movie Without Johnny Depp After Margot Robbie Movie Was Canceled, Working on Another Script

Disney announced a female-led Pirates of the Caribbean in 2020 with Margot Robbie. However, last month the Birds of Prey star revealed that Disney dropped the plans for the film. After the announcement, rumors started circulating that Disney is working on a new film under the franchise with the Jack Sparrow actor Johnny Depp. While fans were excited about the return of Jack Sparrow, the update turned out to be a rumor only.

Pirates of the Caribbean
Pirates of the Caribbean

As fans wait for the next film in the franchise, producer Jerry Bruckheimer has said that there is a possibility the female-led Pirates of the Caribbean would resurface in the future. Bruckheimer talked about the film during his interview with Collider for the upcoming Disney+ series National Treasure.

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Jerry Bruckheimer Shared Future Plans For Pirates of the Caribbean 

During his interview with Collider, producer Jerry Bruckheimer talked about future plans for the Pirates of the Caribbean. Bruckheimer has claimed that they are still working on a different Pirates of the Caribbean film.

“I think that that script will come forward at a certain point,” he said. The American producer also revealed that they planned two different stories under the franchise. Although Margot Robbie’s project was canceled, they are moving forward with the other one. 

We developed two different stories for ‘Pirates’ and the other one’s going forward first, so that’s what we’re working on, to try to get that one made,” Jerry Bruckheimer said.

Jerry Bruckheimer

Previously talking to The Sunday Times, Bruckheimer claimed that the studio is working on two Pirates of the Caribbean projects, one with Margot Robbie and one without her. He also talked about Johnny Depp’s return saying, “Not at this point. The future is yet to be decided.”

Last month Margot Robbie revealed that the studio was developing a female-led for a while. The Suicide Squad star revealed that the film was canceled saying, “But I guess they don’t want to do it.

With the cancelation of the film and the continuous backlash due to Johnny Depp’s exit, it was assumed that Disney is not planning the next film for the franchise.

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Would Johnny Depp Finally Make His Comeback as Jack Sparrow?

While Jerry Bruckheimer has not said anything about the return of Johnny Depp in the upcoming film, there could be a possibility that the studio might have pursued the actor for his return.

For the past few weeks, there have been multiple rumors about The Rum Diary star’s return to the franchise. Although the claim was denied, with Bruckheimer’s latest update, it could be possible that Disney might plan to bring Jack Sparrow back.

Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow
Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow

Fans of the franchise have also made it clear that they are not willing to see a film without Depp as Jack Sparrow in the film. Considering the fan demand, the studio would have approached the Sleepy Hollow star. It would be good news for the fans, but there is no recent update on Depp’s return to the franchise.

Pirates of the Caribbean is available to stream on Disney+. 

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Source: Collider

Laxmi Rajput
Laxmi Rajput

Laxmi Rajput is a writer at Animated Times. She finished her Post Graduation in Broadcast Journalism and worked as a Business News writer for a year. But her interest in entertainment and pop culture compelled her to find a way towards Entertainment Journalism. She has worked across various fields and has 2 years of experience in content writing. She likes reading, music, movies, and traveling. She aspires to become a fiction writer in the future.

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