‘Pirates’ Producer Teases Next Movie in Franchise — and Says Margot Robbie Spinoff Might Still Happen

Might two additional motion pictures in the Privateers of the Caribbean at any point establishment be underway? Indeed — assuming Jerry Bruckheimer has anything to say regarding it.

Talking with TheWrap, Bruckheimer — who created every one of the five movies in the adventure — said that two contents are right now being developed.


“Ideally we’ll get another Privateers film made,” said Bruckheimer, 79. “We created two contents without a moment’s delay and the Margot Robbie script was somewhat further away, yet we’ll get that made down the line as well and spotlight on a greater amount of a group Privateers film as of now.”

Bruckheimer’s remarks come a long time after Robbie, 32, told Vanity Fair that the Privateers side project portion she’d been set to star in wouldn’t occur all things considered.

“We had a thought and we were creating it for some time, a very long time back, to have to a greater degree a female-drove — not absolutely female-drove, however an alternate sort of story — which we thought would’ve been truly cool, yet I surmise they would rather not make it happen,” the Babylon entertainer said.

A rep for the Walt Disney Organization didn’t answer Individuals’ solicitation for input at that point, while reps for Robbie didn’t quickly answer Individuals’ solicitation for input Monday about Bruckheimer’s new case that Robbie’s film would “[get] made down the line.”

The Hollywood Columnist originally shared the news that Robbie would star in another Privateers film back in June 2020.

The venture would’ve seen her rejoining with Christina Hodson, the screenwriter for Flying predators, who was additionally set to compose the Privateers side project.

The establishment has collected more than $4.5 billion for Disney starting with 2003’s Privateers of the Caribbean: The Scourge of the Dark Pearl.

Various continuations followed the blockbuster hit, including 2006’s Privateers of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, 2007’s Privateers of the Caribbean: At World’s End, 2011’s Privateers of the Caribbean: On More abnormal Tides and 2017’s Privateers of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Stories.

Every one of the movies featured Johnny Depp as the brave Commander Jack Sparrow, with Orlando Sprout, Keira Knightley, Geoffrey Rush, Javier Bardem and Penélope Cruz costarring in the establishment. In any case, fanatics of Depp, 59, could likewise need to stand by a piece longer — or endlessly — to see him wear the nutty Chief Jack’s cap again.

A rep for Depp told Individuals in June that a report guaranteeing the entertainer is getting back to the Privateers of the Caribbean establishment for a payday of more than $300 million is “misleading.” Bruckheimer told U.K. outlet The Times in a meeting distributed the earlier month (while Depp was in court for his criticism preliminary against ex Golden Heard) that his group was chipping away at “two Privateers scripts — one with [Robbie], one without.”

With respect to Depp possibly being involved, Bruckheimer expressed, “Not as of now” — but rather “what’s in store is up in the air.”