Jerry Bruckheimer Gets Asked If Johnny Depp Could Return For The Pirates Of The Caribbean Movie Not Starring Margot Robbie. Here’s What He Says

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It’s been nearly five years since a new Pirates of the Caribbean installment has graced the big screen, and a number of fans are eager for another outing. In 2020, it was reported that a sixth movie was in development and would feature a predominantly female cast led by Margot Robbie. While Robbie subsequently addressed the reports with a cheeky tease months later, not much has been said since then. Of course, many are surely curious as to whether there’s a real possibility that Johnny Depp could return as Captain Jack Sparrow in a future movie. Now, producer Jerry Bruckheimer has spoken on that matter. 

While the 78-year-old Jerry Bruckheimer currently has his hands full with promoting Top Gun: Maverick, he is indeed working on a number of other projects. And apparently, this includes content for Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. While speaking with The Sunday Times, Bruckheimer clarified that the studio is indeed currently working on two screenplays, one that includes the Birds of Prey star and one that doesn’t. And he got honest when asked whether the Jack Sparrow actor could return for the latter:

Not at this point. The future is yet to be decided.

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