Producer Confirms 'Pirates of the Caribbean' 6th Movie and Female-Led Spin-Off Are Still Alive

Jerry Bruckheimer's Revelations on the Evolution of the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' Franchise, From a Prospective 6th Film Reboot to a Margot Robbie-Led Spin-Off, Amidst Uncertainty Surrounding Johnny Depp's Potential Return and Disney's Plans.

Producer Confirms 'Pirates of the Caribbean' 6th Movie and Female-Led Spin-Off Are Still Alive

Jerry Bruckheimer Teases New 'Pirates of the Caribbean' Reboot and Margot Robbie-Led Spin-Off

Jerry Bruckheimer, executive producer of the past five 'Pirates Of The Caribbean' films, just offered a glimpse into the development of the latest installments in the franchise. While no official confirmation has been made, Bruckheimer hinted that fans could look forward to both a 6th film, which would serve as a reboot, and a separate 'Pirates' movie led by Margot Robbie. 

In an interview with ComicBook.com, Bruckheimer discussed the upcoming reboot, mentioning that it will feature new actors. 'We're gonna reboot Pirates, so that is easier to put together because you don't have to wait for certain actors,' he explained.

Johnny Depp's Uncertain Return: 'Pirates of the Caribbean' Reboot with New Cast

The new movie will feature a whole new cast of characters, but many wonder whether Johnny Depp might make an appearance. The actor had sworn not to work with the company during his defamation trial against his ex-wife, Amber Heard. Since the trial, audiences have only seen Depp in 'Jeanne du Barry,' where he portrayed King Louis XV. At the Cannes Film Festival press conference in 2023, Depp expressed his feelings toward Hollywood. 'I don't feel boycotted by Hollywood because I don't think about Hollywood,' he said. 'I don't feel much further need for Hollywood.'

Jerry Bruckheimer Hopes to Bring Johnny Depp Back for 'Pirates of the Caribbean' Reboot

Producer Confirms 'Pirates of the Caribbean' 6th Movie and Female-Led Spin-Off Are Still Alive

Jerry Bruckheimer recently stated in an Entertainment Weekly interview that he would like to see Johnny Depp return for the next 'Pirates of the Caribbean' reboot. 'It's a reboot, but if it was up to me, he would be in it,' he stated. 'He created Captain Jack. That was not on the page, that was him doing a little PepĂ© Le Pew and Keith Richards. That was his interpretation of Jack Sparrow.' 

The reboot is currently being written by the original writer, Ted Elliott, alongside Jeff Nathanson. Additionally, Craig Mazin, known for his work on 'Chernobyl' and 'The Last Of Us,' was credited with working on a 'Pirates of the Caribbean' script with Elliott. However, it remains unclear whether this script is for the reboot or the separate female-led film that was set to star Margot Robbie.

Margot Robbie's 'Pirates of the Caribbean' Future Uncertain Despite Producer's Optimism

Producer Confirms 'Pirates of the Caribbean' 6th Movie and Female-Led Spin-Off Are Still Alive

Margot Robbie's envisioned take on 'Pirates of the Caribbean,' announced by Disney in 2020 with her slated as the female lead, promised a fresh narrative within the franchise. Intended as a standalone entry, it aimed to introduce audiences to new characters and storylines. However, in a 2022 Vanity Fair interview, Robbie suggested that the project's future appeared uncertain. 

She revealed collaborative efforts with Disney but hinted at a lack of enthusiasm from the studio as time progressed. In contrast, Jerry Bruckheimer painted a more optimistic picture in his Entertainment Weekly interview. Discussing both the reboot and Robbie's project, he expressed a hopeful outlook: 'We hope to get 'em both made, and I think Disney agrees they really want to make the Margot one, too.'


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