Throughout his career, Johnny Depp has showcased a multitude of characters, yet many confess that his role as Captain Jack Sparrow remains a favorite. Currently, there’s speculation about Disney reviving “Pirates Of The Caribbean 6,” sparked by a circulating poster.
There were previous claims that Disney proposed a massive $301 million offer to Depp to reprise his role in the “Pirates Of The Caribbean” series. This offer supposedly came with an apology letter, following Depp’s victory in his defamation lawsuit against Amber Heard regarding domestic violence accusations. However, Disney later refuted these claims as fabricated.
An emerging movie poster, which looks like an official reveal for “Pirates Of The Caribbean 6,” is gaining traction on Facebook. The poster displays Johnny Depp in his renowned Jack Sparrow persona, appearing quite enraged, with flames in the background.
The new film, apparently titled “Pirates Of The Caribbean: Demons of the Corsair,” seems to herald the comeback of Geoffrey Rush as Hector Barbossa. Disney is believed to have scheduled this latest fantasy supernatural swashbuckler for a 2025 release.
Upon closer inspection, the title of the film in the poster appears to be a product of fan creation, particularly due to the amateurish design of the ‘Demons of the Corsair’ font.
The caption of the post states, “Get ready for an epic maritime journey as Johnny Depp and Geoffrey Rush return in “Pirates of the Caribbean: Demons of the Corsair.” Brace yourselves for heart-stopping action, treacherous waters, and supernatural encounters with long-lost acquaintances, all masterfully directed by Gore Verbinski. Set sail for adventure in 2025 – a swashbuckling experience awaits, courtesy of Disney’s magic and the legendary duo at the helm.”
This post has captured significant attention on social media, amassing over 10,000 likes and 800 comments. Fans of Johnny Depp were likely thrilled, but the information turned out to be inaccurate.
During his legal battle with Amber Heard, Johnny Depp declared that he would not be part of the “Pirates Of The Caribbean” series again, attributing this to Disney’s swift distancing from him at the first hint of controversy.
Other reports suggested that the studio chose not to engage with Depp following his reportedly unprofessional conduct during the production of the fifth movie, including instances of arriving late and intoxicated, causing delays in shooting.
There were also plans for a “Pirates Of The Caribbean” spin-off featuring Margot Robbie as the lead, but this project ultimately did not materialize.