June 30, 2022

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Former Disney executive thinks Johnny Depp may return to ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ after court victory

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Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s trial ended last week, and this week the jury returned its verdict in Depp’s favor. Now the question in the mind of many people is that how will this affect their career?

Many want him to return as Captain Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. The former Disney executive believes this is quite real, and the studio is most likely to return Depp after a favorable decision.

Many people saw the trial between Depp and Heard. Johnny sued his ex-wife for $50 million in defamation. The lawsuit was filed in 2018 after Amber published an article in the Washington Post that accused Depp of domestic violence.

In 2020, the actor lost a similar case against British tabloid The Sun, which published an article accusing him of beating his wife. But in America, the outcome was completely different, as the jury ruled in Depp’s favor. Although the actress is now planning to appeal. Depp shared a statement on his account after the win, in which the actor said that the jury “gave me my life back.”

Now, the former Disney CEO has said that Johnny Depp may return to his most famous role. Depp was nominated for an Academy Award as Jack Sparrow in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl and reprized the situation for four more sequels.

During his testimony, Depp said that Pirates 6 had plans, but Disney dropped them as soon as those allegations surfaced. The former Disney CEO, whose name has not been released, said he thinks the company will lose a lot of money if Depp doesn’t return for a sixth film.

An anonymous pundit explained, “I fully believe after this decision that the Pirates are ready for a reboot with Johnny as captain. Jack is back on board. Too much box office potential for Disney culture.” can come from a beloved character deeply rooted in me.”

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