A Pirates of the Caribbean movie could finally be released with Margot Robbie and without Johnny Depp


Definitely, the Pirates of the Caribbean saga has been talking about it for a few months. After the wild rumor of the return of Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow, main protagonist of the five films, and the announcement of the abandonment of the spin-off project with Margot Robbieby the admission of the latter, it is the turn of Jerry Bruckheimer to speak up in order to clarify things on the continuation of the franchise.

Disney is not abandoning the spin-off with Margot Robbie but it is no longer a priority

“I think this scenario (with Margot Robbie, editor’s note) will be brought forward at some point […] we developed two different stories for ‘Pirates‘ and the other is moving forward first, so that’s what we’re working on to try to make it happen,” the saga’s historic producer said. A statement that allows us to glimpse the future of one of the most lucrative franchises of all time, while qualifying and completing the last statement of australian actress on the subject.

The latter, then on the cover of the magazine Vanity Fair last month, had indulged in a confidence on the progress of the spin-off centered on female characters: “We had an idea and we developed it for a while. We wanted to have more female leads, not all of them, but we wanted to tell a different story. We thought it would be really cool but I think they (Disney, editor’s note) ultimately don’t want to do it.”

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If for now, Disney seems to be prioritizing a reboot written by Ted Elliott and Craig Mazin, creator of the series. Chernobylthe hope therefore remains whole to see one day Margot Robbie give her features to a character from the universe of Pirates of the Caribbean.

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