Jack Sparrow returns: Johnny Depp’s future in “Pirates of the Caribbean” is no longer in question

The American actor Johnny Depp will star in the sixth film of the “Pirates of the Caribbean” series – five years after the previous adventure of Captain Jack Sparrow, writes in “The Sun”.

According to a tabloid publication, the Hollywood star’s name is on the list of on-camera artists and behind-the-scenes technicians called for the production.

The publication also says that test shooting for the tape, whose working title is “A Day At The Sea”, will begin in the UK next year, in February to be exact.

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It is also noted that the project is at an early stage and it is not yet known who will direct the new adventure. However, it is known that the executive producer will be Bruce Hendrix, who participated in the creation of the first three parts of the saga.

C. “The Sun” also writes that the cinema screenings of the five films in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” series, the first of which was released on the big screen in 2003, brought in over 4.1 billion dollars at the international box office, BTA reports. Johnny Depp himself has earned over $240 million from them.

The tabloid recalls that Depp’s future in the franchise was called into question after the actor’s ex-wife Amber Heard accused him of domestic violence. In June of this year, a court in Virginia ruled that Heard’s claims were defamation.

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