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Johnny Depp may return as Jack Sparrow in Pirates of the Caribbean, says former Disney executive

Johnny Depp is currently commemorating his win in the $50 million defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Heard. In the fit, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor had asserted that Heard’s allegations of domestic and sexual physical violence influenced his job adversely. However, currently a former Disney executive has actually claimed that after the court win, Depp could return as Jack Sparrow.

After having shed the sixth movie in the Pirates franchise business, the star in court said that he was servicing providing the personality a great farewell however was heartbroken when he was eliminated from the upcoming film. Once again, with the court’s judgment in his favour the star now could return as Jack Sparrow.

A former Disney executive has opened about Jack Sparrow’s possible return and informed People Magazine, “I definitely think post-verdict that Pirates is topped for restarting with Johnny as Capt. Jack back aboard. There is simply excessive possible box-office prize for a cherished personality deeply ingrained in the Disney society.”

He included, “With [producer] Jerry Bruckheimer riding high on the massive success of Tom Cruise in Top Gun: Maverick, there is significant appetite for bringing back bankable Hollywood celebrities in enormously prominent franchises.”

Especially, Pirates of the Caribbean is currently going through a reboot led by Margot Robbie with film writer Christina Hodson Birds of Prey. Bruckheimer had actually confirmed that the following Pirate movie is currently still in advancement. He claimed, “Yes. We’re speaking to Margot Robbie. We are establishing 2 Pirates manuscripts – one with her, one without.”

On the other hand, Depp while on the stand informed the court that he will not go back to the franchise even if Disney paid him $300 million for the duty of Jack Sparrow.

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