In its November 24 edition, the Daily Mail claims that Johnny Depp will not reprise his role as Jack Sparrow. Which denies a big rumor about his return in the sixth film of the saga.
Rumors denied! It was on Wednesday November 23 that rumors on the return of Johnny Depp, 59, as Jack Sparrow have spread. This after a report was obtained by The Sun as proof. let’s remember that disney fired the actor in 2018 by claiming to want to bring a “new energy” to the saga of Pirates of the Caribbean already very popular. Johnny Depp put on the Captain Jack Sparrow costume one last time in 2017 in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. In this report from Sunan insider had claimed that the actor’s name appeared on a call sheet for a new movie in the series cinematographic. However, sources at DailyMail confirmed that this information was false.
This insider Sun had asserted thata sixth film in the saga Pirates of the Caribbean was in preparation with the provisional title: “A Day At The Sea“.”Johnny is set to return as Captain Jack Sparrow and filming is set to begin in early February at a top-secret location in the UK“, would have entrusted this source to The Sun. “Everything is still in its infancy and there is still no director attached to the project, which is called Un jour à la mer. Johnny is expected to do a test shoot in early February before production kicks off“, would have added this source. “A call list has been distributed among those in the know. Bruce Hendricks, who worked on the first three films, is named as an executive producer on the new project.“, still according to the insider.
The Pirates of the Caribbean project has been shelved
Remember that in 2018, the producer of disney had claimed that the production would not ask Johnny Depp to return. This in order to breathe new energy into the saga. Among the new ideas, rumors swirled about a possible Female Pirates of the Caribbean with actress Margot Robbie. Only, it was the Oscar-nominated actress who denied these rumors during a recent interview with Vanity Fair. “We had an idea and we developed it for a while, years ago, to have a more feminine movie – not totally feminine, but just a different story – which would have been really cool, but I guess ‘they don’t want to“, she confided.
If the idea of making another film Pirates of the Caribbean has been dismissed for the time being, Johnny Depp would be trying to make his first film after his libel trial against his ex-wife, Amber Heard, reports the DailyMail, according to information from The Hollywood Reporter. It would be the film Modigliani, a biopic about Italian painter and sculptor Amedeo Modigliani. A project that Johnny Depp would co-produce with Al Pacino and Barry Navidi.