the saga Pirates of the Caribbean is one of the flagship franchises of the 2000s, created under the leadership of Gore Verbinsky. Out of, Rob Marshall (The fountain of youth) and the duo Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg (Salazar’s revenge) have attempted to surf this dynamic without succeeding in garnering a large following. Another reason to put everything in parentheses: legal case linking Johnny Depp And Amber Heard. The actor won the process and thus effectively granted himself a semi-rehabilitation Hollywood who turned his back on her.
Several months have passed since then Disney announces that they are working on two formats Pirates of the Caribbean : A reboot featuring a central female character, played by Margot Robbie and a sixth work that would make a comeback Johnny Depp even though he had previously announced that he was done with the character.
In any case, the ideas around the franchise merge. Jerry Bruckheimer wants the return of Jack Sparrow, Orlando Bloom (Will Turner) has many ideas for this sequel… But it’s over Craig MazinScreenwriter by Chernobyl And The last of us that we heard about the project. During an interview with the Los Angeles Timesthe screenwriter spoke about the recent strike by the actors of the SAY AFTRA and the writers’ association WGAon the grounds that this had an impact on his plans for Pirates of the Caribbean 6 :
” We pitched our project to the studio but were convinced they wouldn’t buy it because they thought it was too weird. But they bought it! And then Ted Elliott wrote a great script, but the strike came, so everyone waits. »
So it only remains to wait for the end of the actors’ strike to find out which of the two projects will ultimately be chosen by the company with the big ears.