The most famous pirate movie franchise is coming to theatres soon with its 6th installment. The first 5 Pirates of the Caribbean movies have been imaginary action-packed adventures within a unique universe. Judging by how well the previous Pirates of the Caribbean film did, many are eagerly waiting for the next one.
The new movie was expected to air this year with its 6th installment. Disney is said to be in the early stages of the movie. New writers Jeff Nathanson and Terry Rossio are working on the script of the movie. The film was expected to be released this year, but due to scheduling issues, it is now likely to come out during mid-2021.
People are curious to see the cast of the upcoming Pirates of the Caribbean movie. However, we are unsure if Johnny Depp, who played the main lead in all of the previous Pirates of the Caribbean movies, will be coming back this time. Rumors are surrounding Depp expecting $90 million for his role, which Disney is not ready to pay. His misconduct case also caused them to consider someone else for the role of Captain Jack Sparrow for the next installment of the franchise.
No official statement has been made about the plot for the upcoming movie by the filmmakers yet. Even though there isn’t an official statement, it’s being speculated that the scheme will revolve around a nightmare seen by Will, in which he visualizes the return of Davy Jones. This nightmare then turns out to be accurate as Davy Jones has returned, and he is hell-bent on taking vengeance.
The Future Plans Of The Franchise
It’s being speculated that there will also be entrails of new cast members in the series. A female pirate is expected to replace our very own Johnny Depp though people are unsure about this and have mixed feelings. Changing the main lead to a female has left every fan curious. The 6th part could very well be a fresh reboot for the franchise. This could help Disney make more movies in the future based on individual characters and such. Only time will tell what the future holds for the franchise.