Jack Sparrow is breezed to come back to win your hearts over and out again!! Pirates of the Carribean, has been one of the earliest and best of the franchise movies that gave runaway hits. The critics were in all praises and fans spread all over the planet.
The fifth installment of the movie franchise released two years ago, showing Jack Sparrow teaming up with young Henry Turner in a plight to save his father Will Turner. The story would continue from that of the Dead Men Tell No Tales, which was released on May 26, 2017.
Going with the trend the creator Jerry Bruckheimer has signalled of an entry of a sequel. Post the approval of Disney, the screenplay is in a first development stage. With all the positivities in mind we can hope to see Jack Sparrow in 2022-2023.
Till then let’s learn about the possible cast.
The Curse of the Black Pearl, Dead Man’s Chest, At World’s End, On Stranger Tides, and Dead Men Tell No Tales all of them faired extremely well with the critics and fans. The first three films were in the nomination category of 11 Academy Awards, of which a single award was won. There were nominations for Golden Globe awards too.
The pirates too have Lords, and Captain Jack Sparrow is one of them. Like in the film, there has been a drift in understanding between the producers and Johnny Depp. The star attraction may not feature in the upcoming one. We could expect to see Keira Knightley, Orlando Bloom as Elizabeth and Will. Davy Jones’s personality is the film series’ villain. He will earn a return. Geoffrey Rush will be highly missed.
As it has been a trend now, two plots are developed simultaneously keeping the fans at gaze. It was claimed in June 2020, the Disney was developing a female-led spin-off with Christina Hodson to jot down the screenplay and the star being Margot Robbie. Plot has been absolutely different from the sixth sequel.
Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann moves away from each other. Will went to exile after stabbing Davy Jones’s heart, but we don’t know what Elizabeth did during the exile period.