It seems that the rumors pirates of the Caribbean Restart, if it happens, will advance without the biggest star in the franchise. One of the biggest questions about the possible restart was whether or not to include Captain Jack Sparrow of Johnny Depp. Now, a source claims that Depp is made with movies. Stuart Beattie, who was one of the writers of the original Pirates of the Caribbean: the curse of the black pearl, apparently has confirmed the exit of Depp, saying …
I think he has had a great career. Obviously, he has made that character his and he has become the character he is most famous for now. And children around the world love him like that character, so I think it's been great for him, it's been great for us, so I'm very, very happy about that.
Stuart Beattie made the comments to DailyMailTV and reportedly nodded when asked about the possibility of Depp's departure, followed by previous comments.
It is not clear how "understood" Stuart Beattie is at this moment. While it has been accredited in each subsequent pirates of the Caribbean As the movie helped to create the characters, he only participated directly in the writing of the first film. It is possible that he knows that any potential restart will not use any character he has created, which would include Captain Jack Sparrow. I could also simply assume that the word "restart" means that Jack Sparrow is ready. At this point, the word restart means so many things in Hollywood that this is far from true.
Of course, that would also mean that the potential restart, which Disney reports has met with dead Pool The writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick on writing, would be a complete beginning from scratch, without the existing characters make the leap to new films. There did not seem to be much chance that Keira Knightley would come back again.
The news of a potential restart was somewhat surprising. While the pirates of the Caribbean The films have been the consistent money makers for Disney, regardless of whether they were received critically or not, the current rumor was that Disney was considering another sequel.
The implication, whether accurate or not, is that Disney may be looking to make a Depp-less Pirates Film because the actor has been a kind of ray of controversy in recent months. The actor has been involved in multiple personal demands on his finances and his relationship with Amber Heard has been tabloid fodder that has included accusations of abuse. Warner Bros. was criticized for bringing Johnny Depp aboard the Fantastic beasts franchise and there is a good chance that if the Disney family member brought him back for another movie, they would get a similar reaction.
Stuart Beattie has a positive view that the franchise continues without the characters he helped build.
There is a saying that says: do not frown because it's over, smile because it happened. And the fact that they are restarting something that you did, means that you did something that is worth restarting. So I tend to see it as the glass half full and it's an honor to be restarted.
It's not surprising that Disney thinks it's worth restarting the franchise, which has cost them $ 4.5 billion at the box office.
Of course, if the pirates of the Caribbean The franchise is online for a complete reboot, one has to wonder what direction it could take. The film could still be set in the existing film universe, a Caribbean where Jack Sparrow exists, it just will not appear. We could also see a prequel that takes place before the events of the existing franchise. It has created a story and a background story that could be used, allowing new movies to connect to existing ones without having to use any of the characters. However, I could easily start with something completely new.
The original movie, Pirates of the Caribbean: the curse of the black pearl I found a story on the original theme park ride, which has an opening sequence full of skeletons, including one that is still standing behind the wheel of a boat and one that seems to be drinking. These images inspired the skeletal pirates that Jack Sparrow faced. Other elements of the walk were inserted like Easter eggs, like the famous dog with the key of a prison cell.
I certainly hope that Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese will return to the tour in search of inspiration for their new film. Of course, thanks to the popularity of the film franchise, much of the trip has been taken over by Captain Jack Sparrow and the iconic music of the Hans Zimmer theme, so it could be more difficult.
However, as I have written previously, there is a place on the trip with a lot of potential, an element of attraction that is quite new and, therefore, has never been part of the previous films.
One of the best-known cartoons of the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction is the auction sequence, where a pirate is auctioning off women from a city recently sacked to other pirates. Recently, the decision was made to update that moment, and the well-formed red-haired animatronic who previously received cat calls from pirates is now a pirate, aptly named Redd.
This seems to be the perfect character to establish a new one. pirates of the Caribbean film around Does not require the recycling of travel material already used for the film and is a character as far from Captain Jack Sparrow as you can get. Disney has also invested heavily in Redd. In addition to being on the same ride, he is also a character that allows you to get a picture at Disneyland.
Of course, all this may be premature, since it has not been confirmed that Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick have agreed to write a pirates of the Caribbean movie at all Disney is likely going to look for other writers if they reject it, but despite that, we are still waiting for confirmation that this reboot is really going to happen.