Five years after his last screen appearance as the beloved Captain Jack Sparrow, the famous actor Johnny Depp would be preparing his return to the franchise Pirates of the Caribbean… Or at least that’s what he reported the sun this week, based on sources close to the alleged production of a sixth installment of the epic Disney film saga.
According to the outlet, a call sheet is already circulating where it is revealed that the fiftieth-year-old actor will be part of some test filming in February 2023 —related to Pirates of the Caribbean 6— and that will happen with the utmost secrecy in the United Kingdom. Will it be true?
The British tabloid adds that the working title for this project is “A Day at the Sea” (“A day at sea”). Bruce Hendricks, who previously served on the production team for The curse of the Black Pearl Y navigating mysterious waterswould be involved in this sixth film as an executive producer, according to the same report.
Johnny will return as Captain Jack Sparrow. Filming is scheduled [de prueba] start early february [del próximo año] in a highly secret location in the United Kingdom”, read the testimony quoted by the sun. “Everything is in the early stages; There is still no director linked to the project ».
For his part, The Mirror He alluded to the statement of another insiderabout how Disney would not only want Johnny Depp for a new movie Pirates of the Caribbean. In addition, he would be interested in signing him for a series spin-off Explore your character’s background.
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It should be noted that almost 24 hours after the note from the sun began to circulate on the internet, there is still no more reliable information regarding the truth or falsity of such statements. However, media like New York Post Y Daily Mail They announced that their respective sources denied Depp’s alleged involvement in a new adventure set in the universe of Pirates of the Caribbean.
In mid-2022, another rumor suggested that Disney was willing to offer Johnny Depp $300 million to get him back on his crew of buccaneers. Recall that the House of Mouse terminated its employment relationship with the actor in 2018, in the context of accusations of domestic violence against him.
Earlier this year, in the defamation trial where he faced his ex-wife Amber Heard, the Oscar-nominated actor declared that he had completely given up working on another film of Pirates of the Caribbean.
The interpreter’s priorities are now set in the film Jeanne DuBarry; currently in post-production and where he plays the French king Louis XV. In addition, Depp is developing his next project as a director: a biopic about the Italian painter Amedeo Modigliani, co-produced by Al Pacino.
Antonio G. Spindola I have very bad memory. Out of solidarity with my memories, I choose to lose myself too. Preferably in a movie theater.