One of the largest franchises to produce cult classic screenplays and performances is Pirates of the Caribbean. The franchise’s star, Johnny Depp, created the enduring figure of Jack Sparrow. His status with the Pirates is somewhat uncertain, though, as a result of his involvement in the court trial debacle. Keira Knightley, who plays the movie’s main female character, recently discussed whether or not she will return for the sequel. To learn more, scroll down below!
The Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, released in 2003, featured Keira as Elizabeth Swann. She appeared alongside Johnny Depp and Orlando Bloom in the next two sequels that came after. She had, however, made a cameo in the 2017 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales film.
Now, in a recent interview with ETonline during the premiere of her Hulu original movie, Boston Stranger, Keira Knightley talked about whether she will make an appearance in the next instalment of Pirates of the Caribbean. After Johnny Depp’s exit, she might not return as well. Keira said, “What about Elizabeth Swan? I mean, she sailed away so nicely. She sailed away in brilliant style.”
Further talking about how big it was for her to be a part of a franchise like Pirates, Keira Knightley said, “It sort of launched me out of a rocket, really, as far as my career went. That year was Bend It Like Beckham, Love Actually and Pirates of the Caribbean. So, I’m being asked about all three. Unfortunately, I was 16 and 17. so I don’t really remember very much of it, but yes, it certainly was a very big year for me.”
A few days ago, Bruckheimer provided ET with an update on the upcoming Pirates of the Caribbean film and even disclosed whether Johnny Depp would be appearing or not. Speaking of it, he said, “We’ll see. I would love it. I would love to have him in the movie. That’s all I can tell you.” Sharing the next film’s update, “We’re all working on it. We’ll see how it comes out. But we’re all very excited. I think we’re gonna have a great screenplay, and we’re getting close.”
After Johnny Depp had to leave the project to attend court proceedings, there were some rumors that Margot Robbie might play the female protagonist in the upcoming Pirates of the Caribbean film. Nobody has officially taken over the Pirates baton yet, and nothing has been verified.
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