Pirates of the Caribbean producer Jerry Bruckheimer said that one of the original writers of the series will return for the next film. Bruckheimer said during an interview with Comic Book that he was really excited about it.
“I’m really excited, it’s going to be amazing,” Bruckheimer began. “We’re just working on the screenplay. One of the original writers, Ted Elliot, helped write it. He’s got the characters well.”
Elliott shared screenplay credits with Terry Rossio in “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl”, and the two continued to collaborate on the franchise through the fourth installment, “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides”. With Elliott returning for the next film in the franchise, audiences can hope that it will redirect itself to what audiences loved about the original, correcting the sequel’s underwhelming error.
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It’s been years since Disney released the franchise’s last film. However, as Maverick has proven, audiences will seek out a familiar world if the story is told correctly. Many fans have wondered what this film would have looked like without Johnny Depp. Not surprising, considering that Amber Heard’s ex-husband has been attached as the legendary Captain Jack Sparrow in the film.
Series star Kevin McNally thinks it would be a good idea if Depp could be returned to the franchise. According to him, Depp is a good person, he said during a conversation with Express.
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“I’ve never seen a bit of Johnny’s dark side,” he said. “I see great humanity and beautiful human beings. I see no obstacle for him to come back and play Jack Sparrow.”
Therefore, he strongly supports that Depp will be pulled back to star in the next film in the franchise. He is sure that fans will also think that the Pirates of The Caribbean franchise would not exist without Depp. “I think there’s a general feeling that without Jack there’s no Pirates franchise. And there’s probably a lot of truth in that,” he said.
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