New Delhi: Actor Johnny Depp just isn’t on board a brand new ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ film regardless of studies stating in any other case.

Sources debunk an earlier report which stated that the actor is about to reprise his function as Captain Jack Sparrow for the upcoming sixth installment of the Disney movie sequence, studies aceshowbiz.com.

The Sun floated the hearsay of Depp’s alleged return to the franchise, claiming that his title has been noticed on a name sheet for a supposed new “Pirates of the Caribbean” film.

According to the U.Ok. information outlet, the 59-year-old actor is scheduled for a check shoot within the U.Ok. in February 2023.

Insiders instructed the location that the film’s present working title is ‘A Day at Sea’. One of the sources dished, “Johnny is set to return as Captain Jack Sparrow and is scheduled to start filming at the beginning of February at a top-secret location in the U.K.”

“Everything is in the early stages and there is still no director attached to the project, which is being called ‘A Day at the Sea’,” the supply additional spilled.

“Johnny is expected to do a test shoot in early February before the production gets fully underway.”

“A call sheet has been distributed among those in the know,” it moreover claimed.

“Bruce Hendricks, who worked on the first three films, is named the Executive Producer on the new project.”

The supply added, “All the other details are being kept under lock and key. The whole project is shrouded in secrecy and Disney wants to keep everything under wraps as best they can.”

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However, Daily Mail’s sources beg to vary, saying that the knowledge is fake. Disney has not commented on the report of Depp’s return to the “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise.

Back in 2020, Disney confirmed it was growing a brand new female-focussed model of “Pirates of the Caribbean” that will star Margot Robbie.

The undertaking would reunite the “Suicide Squad” star along with her “Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn” author Christina Hodson, with franchise producer Jerry Bruckheimer producing.

Disney was additionally growing a second reboot written by franchise veteran Ted Elliott and “Chernobyl” creator Craig Mazin.

In an interview with The Sunday Times in May, Bruckheimer stated that each movies remained in growth, whereas Depp, who starred in all 5 previous “Pirates” installments, was not concerned in any future initiatives in the mean time amid his authorized battle with Amber Heard.

However, Robbie stated earlier this month that the studio is not excited about making a female-led “Pirates of the Caribbean” film.

(This report has been revealed as a part of the auto-generated syndicate wire feed. Apart from the headline, no enhancing has been executed within the copy by ABP Live.)

Source: ABP Live