July 3, 2022

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Johnny Depp Says He Would Turn Down Pirates Of The Caribbean 6 Even If Disney Pays A Huge Amount

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Johnny Depp Said He Wouldn’t Return Even Though He Was Offered $300 Million

The ongoing legal battle between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard reached a major turning point the other day. When the actor was questioned by Heard’s attorney, the question of his future in the franchise at large arose. Read on to know the details.

Johnny Depp on Pirate’s Future

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in a report by DiversityIt is being told that the actor told the courtroom on Wednesday that he will not return for pirate 6, His role as Captain Jack Sparrow brought him worldwide fame with millions of fans around the world. But after the allegations made by Heard, Depp was released from the movies, as well as Fantastic Beasts Voting.

And now, Heard’s attorney, Ben Rottenborn, has cross-examined the actor and his claims that Heard paid the price for his role. Rottenborn asked if Depp never wanted to return to the franchise, even though he was offered $300 million, and he said “it’s true.” The attorney then tried to show that Disney had broken up with Depp before the allegations spread. Depp replied that he was not aware of it. But he said he was not surprised because Disney cut ties just to be safe. But they are still using her character in their theme park for financial gain.

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Now we can see that Johnny Depp has indeed said goodbye to the role that brought him more fame than expected. Fans were hoping that if he wins the case, at least we might get to see him in a cameo. However, it is clear that Depp needs to prove the allegations false and that he must prove that Disney’s decision was a direct result of Hurd’s claims. Let’s hope the actor changes his mind.

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