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Jerry Bruckheimer says Margot Robbie’s Pirates of the Caribbean spin-off could still happen

Jerry Bruckheimer says Margot Robbie’s female-led Pirates of the Caribbean spin-off could still happen… after the actress claimed it was dead

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On Saturday, Pirates of the Caribbean producer Jerry Bruckheimer clarified that two-time Oscar nominee Margot Robbie’s female-led spin-off could still happen, despite her recent comments otherwise.

Last month, the Australian 32-year-old Vanity purse that she was developing a “really cool” idea for the film a “while, ages ago” but “I don’t think they want to do it.”

“We were developing two scripts at the same time and Margot Robbie’s script was a bit further away,” the 79-year-old Emmy winner explains. DeWrap.

On Saturday, Pirates Of The Caribbean Producer Jerry Bruckheimer (Pictured Nov. 18) Clarified That Two-Time Oscar Nominee Margot Robbie'S Female-Led Spin-Off Could Still Take Place, Despite Her Recent Comments To The Contrary.

Margot Robbie Pictured November 22

Margot Robbie Pictured November 22

Just kidding! On Saturday, Pirates of the Caribbean producer Jerry Bruckheimer (L) clarified that two-time Oscar nominee Margot Robbie’s (R) female-led spin-off could still take place despite her recent comments otherwise

“But we’ll get that made later as well and focus on more of an ensemble Pirates movie at this point.”

Norwegian filmmaker Joachim Rønning – who directed the fifth film Dead Men Tell No Tales – will return to direct the sixth installment from a script co-written by Ted Elliott and Craig Mazin.

The swashbuckling fantasy franchise — based on the 1967 Disneyland attraction — has grossed a total of $4.524 billion at the global box office since 2003.

Fans shouldn’t expect three-time Oscar nominee Johnny Depp to reprise his Keith Richards-inspired character Jack Sparrow, as he confirmed on April 20 during his defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Heard that he wouldn’t be returning for “$300 million and a million alpacas’. .’

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1670283980 516 Jerry Bruckheimer Says Margot Robbies Pirates Of The Caribbean Spin Off

Confusion: Last month, the 32-year-old Australian told Vanity Fair she was developing a “really cool” idea for the film “a while ago” but “I don’t think they want to do it”

The 79-Year-Old Emmy Winner Explains To Thewrap: “We Were Developing Two Scripts At The Same Time And The Margot Robbie Script Was A Bit Further Out.  But We'Ll Get That Down The Line As Well And Focus On More Of An Ensemble Pirates Movie At This Point.” (Photo Nov. 18)

The 79-Year-Old Emmy Winner Explains To Thewrap: “We Were Developing Two Scripts At The Same Time And The Margot Robbie Script Was A Bit Further Out.  But We'Ll Get That Down The Line As Well And Focus On More Of An Ensemble Pirates Movie At This Point.” (Photo Nov. 18)

The 79-year-old Emmy winner explains to TheWrap: “We were developing two scripts at the same time and the Margot Robbie script was a bit further out. But we’ll get that down the line as well and focus on more of an ensemble Pirates movie at this point.” (Photo Nov. 18)

He Directed The Fifth Film Dead Men Tell No Tales: Norwegian Filmmaker Joachim Rønning (Pictured June 19) Is Slated To Return To Direct The Sixth Installment With A Script Co-Written By Ted Elliott And Craig Mazin

He Directed The Fifth Film Dead Men Tell No Tales: Norwegian Filmmaker Joachim Rønning (Pictured June 19) Is Slated To Return To Direct The Sixth Installment With A Script Co-Written By Ted Elliott And Craig Mazin

He directed the fifth film Dead Men Tell No Tales: Norwegian filmmaker Joachim Rønning (pictured June 19) is slated to return to direct the sixth installment with a script co-written by Ted Elliott and Craig Mazin

Based On The 1967 Disneyland Attraction, The Swashbuckling Fantasy Franchise Has Grossed A Total Of $4.524 Billion At The Global Box Office Since 2003

Based On The 1967 Disneyland Attraction, The Swashbuckling Fantasy Franchise Has Grossed A Total Of $4.524 Billion At The Global Box Office Since 2003

Based on the 1967 Disneyland attraction, the swashbuckling fantasy franchise has grossed a total of $4.524 billion at the global box office since 2003

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1670283981 220 Jerry Bruckheimer Says Margot Robbies Pirates Of The Caribbean Spin Off

Burned: Fans shouldn’t expect three-time Oscar nominee Johnny Depp to reprise his Keith Richards-inspired character Jack Sparrow, as he confirmed on April 20 during his defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Heard that he wouldn’t be returning for “$300 million” and a million alpacas

Margot replaced Emma Stone in the role of Nellie LaRoy — a cocaine-snorting, snake-fighting version of silent movie star Clara Bow — in Damien Chazelle’s riotous 1920s Hollywood drama Babylon, which hits U.S. theaters December 23 and January 20. in British cinemas.

Paramount Pictures’ $78 million budget three-hour, nine-minute film also stars Brad Pitt, Diego Calva, Jean Smart, Jovan Adepo, Li Jun Li, Tobey Maguire, Lukas Haas, Max Minghella, Samara Weaving and Olivia Wilde.

But first, Robbie will be celebrating her sixth wedding anniversary on Dec. 18 with LuckyChap Entertainment production partner Tom Ackerley, whom she met while working as a third AD on the set of Suite Française in 2014.

The Amsterdam actress also earned a $12.5 million salary to produce and star in Greta Gerwig’s Barbie movie, and she also has Wes Anderson’s movie Asteroid City coming up, as well as an Ocean prequel.

'It Girl': Margot Replaced Emma Stone In The Role Of Nellie Laroy — A Cocaine-Snorting, Snake-Fighting Version Of Silent Movie Star Clara Bow — In Damien Chazelle'S Riotous 1920S Hollywood Drama Babylon, Which Opens In U.s. Theaters December 23 And Hits Uk Theaters January 20

'It Girl': Margot Replaced Emma Stone In The Role Of Nellie Laroy — A Cocaine-Snorting, Snake-Fighting Version Of Silent Movie Star Clara Bow — In Damien Chazelle'S Riotous 1920S Hollywood Drama Babylon, Which Opens In U.s. Theaters December 23 And Hits Uk Theaters January 20

‘It Girl’: Margot replaced Emma Stone in the role of Nellie LaRoy — a cocaine-snorting, snake-fighting version of silent movie star Clara Bow — in Damien Chazelle’s riotous 1920s Hollywood drama Babylon, which opens in U.S. theaters December 23 and hits UK theaters January 20

It'S Still Going Well!  But First, Robbie Will Celebrate Her Sixth Wedding Anniversary On Dec. 18 With Luckychap Entertainment Production Partner Tom Ackerley (R, Photo Nov. 19), Whom She Met While He Was Working As A Third Ad On The Set Of Suite Française In 2014.

It'S Still Going Well!  But First, Robbie Will Celebrate Her Sixth Wedding Anniversary On Dec. 18 With Luckychap Entertainment Production Partner Tom Ackerley (R, Photo Nov. 19), Whom She Met While He Was Working As A Third Ad On The Set Of Suite Française In 2014.

It’s still going well! But first, Robbie will celebrate her sixth wedding anniversary on Dec. 18 with LuckyChap Entertainment production partner Tom Ackerley (R, photo Nov. 19), whom she met while he was working as a third AD on the set of Suite Française in 2014.

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