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Johnny Depp is not returning to his role in Pirates of the Caribbean.

By FactsWow Team

Posted on: 28 Jun, 2022

In the multi-million dollar defamation trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, Johnny Depp took it to the witness box, explaining to the juries how he lost $22.5 million by being cut from Pirates of the Caribbean 6 in 2018 due to domestic abuse allegations by Amber Heard.

Johnny Depp restored his name

Subsequently, Johnny Depp won the trial and wiped off all the false allegations bombarded him.

Disney is ready to recast Johnny Depp: Poptopic

Based on an Australian website called Poptopic, it is alleged that Johnny Depp is looking for a paycheque of $301 million if Disney wants to recast him again in the Pirates' roles.

Why is Disney ready to give such a huge pay

This deal is brought just as a formal notification as an apology and request to get Johnny Depp back to the role of Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean movie as Disney wanted to work with him again.

Is Disney into the production of the early life of Jack Sparrow

Disney wanted Johnny Depp to return to his character in 'Pirates of the Caribbean 6' a spin-off Disney+ series that talks about the early life of the Caption of the Black Pearl.

Will Johnny Depp return

This seems to be a contradiction, as, during the defamation trial, Johnny Depp emphasized that he wouldn't commit to another Pirates project for '300 million and a million alpacas.'

Disney confirmed the same

Based on a statement issued by Disney production Chief Sean Bailey in 2018  confirmed that Johnny Depp would no longer be a part of the franchise.

Caption Jack Sparrow character

Johnny Depp joined the franchise for his role as Captain Jack Sparrow in 2003. Fans were first introduced to the character in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, and the film reported a gross of $4.5billion (£3.4bn) worldwide.

Johnny Depp and his sequels

Later he went on with his sequels in Dead Man's Chest (2006), At World's End (2007), On Stranger Tides (2011), and Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017), and reportedly earned $300million (£230m) in that time.

Who knows, someone from Disney is trying their luck in the humor genre; maybe all the best does the work.

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