‘Privateers of the Caribbean’ maker expresses he’s in chats with Margot to supplant Johnny Depp in a reboot
Johnny Depp is probably not going to at any point get back to the big screen as Captain Jack Sparrow, with Pirates of the Caribbean maker expressing he’s in chats with Margot Robbie to supplant him in a reboot.
Jerry Bruckheimer as of late addressed The Sunday Times culture magazine and doled out on the eventual fate of the establishment, which highlighted Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow.
When inquired as to whether Depp could get back to the Pirates establishment, Bruckheimer expressed: “Not now… what’s to come is up in the air.”
He additionally remarked on hypothesis that the Pirates establishment could get back with a female lead this time and seemed to affirm that I, Tonya star Margot is in talks.
“Indeed. We are conversing with Margot Robbie. We are creating two Pirates scripts – one with her, and one without,” Bruckheimer uncovered.
Depp drove the Pirates establishment as Jack Sparrow for five blockbuster films, and had communicated interest in repeating the job for a 6th portion.
Nonetheless, he later expressed that he wouldn’t get back to the establishment regardless of whether he was offered ‘all the cash on this planet’ for it.
Margot herself prodded joining the new Pirates in 2020, saying: “I’m not a maker on Pirates, so I’ll pause for a minute and sort of hang tight for the interaction… We’re super energized at the possibility of adding clearly an extremely key female component to that world.”