Fans are happy and little disappointed with the Disney working on the Pirates Of The Caribbean Franchise’s next. There is a Jack Sparrow project underdevelopment without Johnny Depp as the iconic pirate. After the whole discussions between Amber Heard and Depp, the actor lost many big roles. However, as the table turns, he got several parts back but left behind the one is most known for. The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise is moving forward without the Edward Scissorhands actor.
Earlier, Johnny Depp hit the headlines after he won the bid for Heard’s phone records to prove that the assault photos were phoney. According to the reports, the actor has alleged that Heard has doctored photos to make it look as if the actor assaulted her. So now as per Giants Freakin Robots that Disney might be developing a project based on Jack Sparrow. Based on The Pirates of The Caribbean Franchise. However, it will not have Johnny Depp in it.
If to believe this news, then this may come as bold move. As considering fans love for the character being played by them. “I never experienced that firsthand from any of those people. I had an incredible time working with them. Feel sad for the loss of great artists. I feel sad for people needing help and perhaps not getting it in time,” she said while referring to her work with ‘cancelled’ male actors such as Johnny Depp, Shia LaBeouf and Armie Hammer.
McNally On Depp As An Iconic Pirate
McNally (who plays the role of Joshamee Gibbs) has appeared alongside Johnny Depp. Being his first mate for all five movies, the actor believes that despite Depp’s legal issues with ex-wife Amber Heard, he should make a comeback and reprise his role as Jack Sparrow. “Definitely. I’ve never seen a hint of any dark side to Johnny. I see a great humanitarian and a beautiful human being,” Kevin said.
“I don’t see any impediment for him coming back and playing Jack Sparrow, Kevin McNally continued. While talking about how the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise won’t be the same without Johnny Depp as the pirate. The 65-year-old actor said, “I think there was a general feeling that without Jack there is no Pirates franchise. And there’s probably a lot of truth in that.”