Johnny Depp is OUT as Jack Sparrow in Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise
Johnny Depp 55, who has been playing the role of Captain Jack Sparrow for the last 15 years has reportedly come to an end. Following the news that Disney is looking into rebooting its own franchise. The original Movie writer Stuart Beattie also confirm that Johnny Depp time as Captain Jack Sparrow is over.
Recently, There had been rumor spreading online that Disney had met with the writer behind Deadpool. We heard that Disney discuss with the writer of Deadpool about pirates of the Caribbean reboot. After the five films in the franchise grossed a total of $4.5 billion.
We also got a report from our source that Jerry Bruckheimer would return as the executive producer of the movie. It has been confirmed on DailyMail TV that the Hollywood star “Johnny Depp” who has played the role of Captain Jack Sparrow for 15 years would not be returning to the franchise. See what the screenwriter of the original film said on DailyMail TV:
“I think he’s had a great run, “Obviously he’s made that character his own and it’s become the thing that he’s most famous for now. It’s been great for him and it’s been great for us.”
He also said: “There’s that saying, ‘Don’t frown because it’s over, smile because it happened. The fact that they’re rebooting something that doesn’t means that you did something that was worth rebooting. It’s an honor.”
Johnny Depp himself had said in an interview with GQ: “Disney thought of “every way to get rid of me” in Pirates, because of the personal “creative decisions”
he I made in portraying Captain Jack Sparrow.
Video: Johnny Depp Retires from Pirates of the Caribbean