Johnny Depp would return as Jack Sparrow in ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’: when? – Film and TV – Culture

Although the verdict indicated that certain claims by the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ star were also defamatory, he was only sentenced to give Heard two million dollars.while the ‘Aquaman’ actress was forced to compensate him with around ten million dollars.

Heard’s role in ‘Aquaman 2’ remains in doubt, as it has been rumored that, after the controversial trial in which his and his ex’s scandalous behaviors were revealed, the production company would have decided to eliminate many of his scenes. Instead, Depp has quite a way to return to Hollywood with his ‘Jack Sparrow’ persona.

Actress Amber Heard was awarded $2 million at trial.

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Michael Reynolds. EFE

It seemed that this would be the end of the saga of five blockbuster films with which Disney earned more than four billion dollars, according to estimates by the media ‘CNBC’, but would have plans to produce a sixth part. According to the British newspaper ‘The Sun’, Depp was called for a test shoot in February 2023 in order to start recording soon for what would be ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: A Day at Sea’.

Depp in ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’.

Other recognized actors who were part of the previous films would join the call of the production; however, no other names are known. The only clear thing would be the participation of Bruce Hendricks as executive producer.

Johnny Depp upon arrival at the Montreux Festival in Switzerland.

In fact, his last appearances on the big screen have left him astronomical figures. For the movie ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ (2018) she charged 16 million dollars for a short scene.

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