Last Updated on 06/28/2022 by てんしょく飯
In response to reports that actor Johnny Depp will return to the “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie, Johnny’s agent released a statement.
Is Johnny Depp returning to “Pirates of the Caribbean”?
Poptopic, an Australian news site, reports that Disney has offered Johnny a $300 million fee to return to the “Pirates of the Caribbean” film series after actor Johnny Depp won a defamation case against his ex-wife, Amber Heard.
As many of you know, Johnny claims that he was effectively “fired” from the “Pirates of the Caribbean” series due to Amber’s domestic violence accusations. In fact, no sequel has been produced since the 2017 release of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Last Airbender. Although Disney has never mentioned Johnny’s departure from the series and has never directly fired him, it is an open fact that Disney has been reluctant to allow him to appear in a sequel.
As for Johnny, he expressed his regret at the libel trial with Amber, saying that he wanted to say “a proper goodbye” to Jack Sparrow if possible, and added, “Even if Disney came to me with $300 million and a million alpacas, I would not make a sequel to ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ with Disney. sequel with Disney, even if Disney came in with $300 million and a million alpacas?” Amber’s lawyer asked her, “That is correct,” and she made it clear that she had no intention of returning.
In an interview with The Times in May this year, Jerry Bruckheimer, producer of the “Pirates of the Caribbean” series, was asked if Jack Sparrow (played by Johnny) was included in the next film in the pipeline, to which he replied, “I don’t know what the future holds. I don’t know what the future holds,” he replied, “Not at the moment.
There are many people who hope that Johnny will return to the series, but when asked by NBC News to confirm the facts about this report, Johnny’s agent said, “This is a fabrication. When asked to confirm the facts of the report by NBC News, Johnny’s representative said, “This is a fabrication.