Pirates of the Caribbean 6 Release Date

Pirates Of The Caribbean 6 Release Date, Is Jhonny Depp Return Back: All New Updates Are Here

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Margot Robbie might feature in a sixth Pirates of the Caribbean film. Jerry Bruckheimer said two Pirates of the Caribbean 6 screenplays are being created, one with and one without Robbie. Bruckheimer is now promoting Top Gun: Maverick and recently spoke to The Sunday Times about the film. When questioned about a female Pirates of the Caribbean lead, Bruckheimer stated,

Will Johnny Depp return? Disney reportedly rejected Depp’s participation in the proposed Margot Robbie Pirates movie. Depp is presently suing ex-wife Amber Heard for $50 million for defamation over her domestic violence charges against him, which he denies. Depp testified that he wouldn’t return to Pirates of the Caribbean.

Fans are rallying around Depp, and there’s a petition to rehire him as Captain Jack Sparrow in Pirates of the Caribbean 6. Things may change if he wins his pending case and regains his Hollywood image. If enough fans ask, Depp couldn’t say no to playing Captain Jack Sparrow.

Bruckheimer revealed that Depp would not be appearing in the sixth Pirates film. The senior producer answered, “Nope. The future is uncertain.” Depp’s Pirates of the Caribbean comeback is questionable but probable.

Will Jack Sparrow Return in Pirates of the Caribbean 6?

As with the Fantastic Beasts movie, many fans call for Johnny Depp to be removed from the Harry Potter series. This has been a contentious issue. Others are claiming that a new Pirates film would not be possible without his beloved character, therefore they’ve started petitions online to bring him back.

Depp is no longer part of their plans for the film series, according to production head Sean Bailey, who stated in an interview that Disney wants to add “a fresh energy and vigor” to the property. Despite the fact that the character is unlikely to make an appearance in the film, we can expect to hear about his exploits in the series’ lore, which is filled with stories made up by none other than Jack Sparrow himself.

Pirates of the Caribbean 6 Release Date:

There is no set release date for “Pirates of the Caribbean 6,” as the script has not yet been completed and delivered to Disney as of June 2020. It may be a long time until “Pirates of the Caribbean 6” is released in theaters, depending on whether or not the plot requires small tweaks or a significant makeover, as well as whether or how the present status of the entertainment business impacts the production.

We may, however, look back at previous films to see if we can put together a possible timeframe. “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” is a good illustration of this. Six months before “On Stranger Tides” was released in May 2011, it was rumored that Disney planned to shoot the fifth and sixth “Pirates” movies “back-to-back as one enormous picture,” and then release them as different films. One of the few films to withstand that approach was “Pirates 5”. Disney had difficulty finding a director after a draft of the script was written by veteran series writer Terry Rossio. Joachim Running and Espen Sandberg were engaged to direct “Pirates 1” through “3,” but Gore Verbinski opted out, therefore the pre-filming process was restarted in January 2013.

“Dead Men Tell No Tales” didn’t have an official release date announcement until July 2014, three years before the picture was released.

In November 2014, Deadline claimed that Brenton Thwaites had been cast as Henry Turner, Will and Elizabeth’s kid, two and a half years before the film was actually released.

Based on the production schedule for “Pirates of the Caribbean 5,” we may expect “Pirates of the Caribbean 6” to be released in theaters four years after “Pirates of the Caribbean 5.”

Who’s in the cast of Pirates of the Caribbean 6?

A prevalent theory is that Disney wants Karen Gillan to head the “Pirates 6” cast, which is rumored to be based around a female protagonist (more on that in a bit). With her experience as a top-tier movie star (she’s in a reimagining of The Jungle Book’s “Jumanji” and “Guardians of the Galaxy”), Zoe Saldana would be a perfect match for the Pirates of the Caribbean series. After her impressive performance as Belle in the live-action “Beauty and the Beast,” there have been whispers that Disney is considering Emma Watson for their upcoming Pirates film. People were speculating that Zac Efron might play an impressionable Jack Sparrow. These speculations, of course, are just rumors until Disney officially announces the cast.

pirates of the caribbean cast
pirates of the caribbean cast

Aside from potential new additions to the franchise, “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” actress Kaya Scodelario (who plays Captain Barbossa’s daughter Carina Smyth) informed ScreenRant in 2017 that she’s contractually committed to featuring in one more Pirates film. Orlando Bloom, who has been rumored to return as Will Turner in the sixth film, is one of the cast members that may be returning.

Johnny Depp, who has played Captain Jack Sparrow since the first film, will not be returning to the franchise. Sean Bailey, Disney’s film production chief, was asked if the series could continue without Johnny Depp, and he said, “Yes.” “We’re hoping to infuse the place with fresh life and vibrancy. “Pirates” is a favorite of mine, but Paul and Rhett are so intriguing because we want to give it a jolt. Thus, I’ve given them this assignment: find a way to do it.”

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