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Johnny Depp still set for Pirates Of The Caribbean return as boss teases comeback

Pirates of the Caribbean is one of the biggest franchises that has given cult classic screenplays and performances. Johnny Depp, the lead of the franchise, gave birth to the iconic character Jack Sparrow. However, after he got entangled in the court trial fiasco, his future with Pirates is a little uncertain. Now, the female lead of the movie, Keira Knightley, also shared whether she will be returning for the next instalment or not. Scroll below to get the scoop!

Keira played Elizabeth Swann’s character in 2003’s The Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. Followed by the next two subsequent sequels, where she starred opposite Johnny Depp and Orlando Bloom. However, in 2017’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, she had made a brief appearance.

Keira Knightley talked about whether she will make an appearance in the next instalment of Pirates of the Caribbean. After Johnny Depp’s exit, she might not return as well. Keira said, “What about Elizabeth Swan? I mean, she sailed away so nicely. She sailed away in brilliant style.”

Keira Knightley said, “It sort of launched me out of a rocket, really, as far as my career went. That year was Bend It Like Beckham, Love Actually and Pirates of the Caribbean. So, I’m being asked about all three. Unfortunately, I was 16 and 17. so I don’t really remember very much of it, but yes, it certainly was a very big year for me.”

Hollywood actor Johnny Depp is being lined up for Disney’s Pirates Of The Caribbean as the movie franchise makes a comeback six years since the last movie was in cinemas.

59-year-old actor Depp was ditched by Disney following his fall out with ex-wife Amber Heard, 36, over ­allegations of abuse. Asked about Johnny’s comeback, Jerry said: “I would love to have him in the movie.

“We are all working on it and we will see how it all pans out. We are very excited.”

Bruckheimer’s latest comments come after he praised Depp for being an “amazing, talented artist.”
“He’s somebody that you can rely on and he’s just terrific. I think Johnny is an utter friend and an amazing artist and, again, you go through things in life you wish you hadn’t, but he’s still a talented artist.”

Depp was dropped from the Pirates Of The Caribbean franchise during his divorce trial with ex-partner Amber Heard. The 59-year-old won a whopping $50million after winning the trial and his loyal fans urged him to work on a comeback to the fantasy franchise.

Johnny first took on the role as Jack Sparrow back in 2003 in the first installation of the franchise, called Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.

The actor then returned for the role in the sequels ‘Dead Man’s Chest, At World’s End’, and ‘On Stranger Tides’. He made the final appearance in 2017’s ‘Dead Men Tell No Tales’.

The news of Johnny’s return to Hollywood comes after he was said to be performing at two concerts in memory of legendary rock guitarist Jeff Beck will take place at the Royal Albert Hall in May.

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