Margot Robbie Announces Her Female-Fronted ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean’ Film Has Been Shelved

Washington [US]: Oscar nominee Hollywood star Margot Robbie has introduced that her girl-fronted ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ film, which was introduced in June 2020, will no longer be shifting ahead at Disney.

According to Variety, Margot made the revelation regarding the film, which could be written by screenwriter Christina Hodson, in a new Vanity Fair cowl tale. As consistent with the opening, she stated, “We had an idea, and we were developing it for a while, ages ago, to have more of a female-led — not totally female-led, but just a different kind of story — which we thought would’ve been really cool. But I guess they don’t want to do it.”

In the summer season of 2020, Variety suggested that Robbie’s ‘Pirates’ was in early improvement at Disney at the side of a second reboot written by way of franchise veteran Ted Elliott and Craig Mazin.

At the time, Jerry Bruckheimer, who produced all 5 ‘Pirates’ movies starring Johnny Depp, became connected to both new projects.

Variety mentioned that this year in May, for the duration of The Sunday Times interview, Bruckheimer stated that each film had been in development and confirmed that the ‘Pirates’ franchise’s future presently did not have involvement of Johnny Depp, no matter rumors suggesting so.

Meanwhile, the preceding ‘Pirates’ movies, all starring Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow, grossed USD 1.5 billion in the USA and USD 3.07 billion the world over, with the North American market representing a steadily smaller share, as in keeping with Variety.

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