Pirates of the Caribbean Writer Gave Out Shocking News About Johnny Depp
A shocking news from Disney Studios has revealed that Johnny Depp has been dropped from the Pirates of the Caribbean movie franchise. The news has jolted millions of Jack Sparrow fans across the globe. According to the news, Disney Studios is planning a serious reboot for the franchise and has decided to exclude Depp from future projects. The original scriptwriter of the franchise, Stuart Beattie, is the first person to come out publicly and confirm the studio’s move to ditch the star as they rework the entire franchise.
Depp, 55, was the major lead in five movies over the past 15 years but has been struggling with personal dramas over the past years. His last outing as the notorious pirate, Jack Sparrow was in Dead Men Tell No Tales, which turned out to be the lowest performing movie of the films.
Speaking in an interview, Beattie said, “I think he's had a great run. Obviously, he's made that character his own and it's become the character he's most famous for now.” "And kids all over the world love him as that character. So I think it's been great for him, it's been great for us, so I'm just very, very happy about it."
Beattie thinks that whatever Depp does next in his career, the high point of his career in Hollywood career will be defined by Sparrow and amassing more than $4 billion from the movies collectively. "I think Jack Sparrow will be his legacy. It's the only character he has played five times, it's the character he dresses up in to visit children in hospitals, it's what he'll be remembered for."