Margot Robbie’s Pirates Of The Caribbean Movie Gets Promising Update From Jerry Bruckheimer

Producer Jerry Bruckheimer has provided a promising update on Margot Robbie’s highly anticipated Pirates of the Caribbean movie, signaling a clear plan for the future of the franchise. Since the release of Dead Men Tell No Tales in 2017, the franchise has navigated uncertainties, particularly regarding the involvement of Johnny Depp’s Captain Jack Sparrow. However, with Robbie’s film and a separate Pirates of the Caribbean 6 reboot in development, Bruckheimer is steering the ship towards new horizons.

In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Bruckheimer shed light on the current status of Robbie’s Pirates of the Caribbean project and the reboot he’s also involved with. He expressed optimism about both films, emphasizing Disney’s keen interest in moving forward with Robbie’s movie. Bruckheimer stated, “It’s two different movies. We hope to get ’em both made, and I think Disney agrees they really want to make the Margot one, too.”

Robbie’s film, which is a priority for Disney, is produced by her company, LuckyChap, and features a script penned by Christina Hodson, known for her work on Birds of Prey. Despite previous speculation about its cancellation following comments made by Robbie, Bruckheimer has consistently affirmed its development. With Disney now potentially fast-tracking Robbie’s movie after the success of the Barbie movie, the project seems to be back on course.

Meanwhile, the separate Pirates reboot, initially reported to involve Ted Elliott and Craig Mazin as writers, now sees Dead Men Tell No Tales writer Jeff Nathanson crafting the script. Bruckheimer expressed confidence in Nathanson’s work, highlighting an “amazing third act” while acknowledging the need to refine the first and second acts.

As the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise charts a new course, fans await further updates to see which of these projects sets sail first.


Elisabeth Mcgowan is a writer, editor and poet from Long Island, currently based in Brooklyn. Emily currently works as a weekend editor for Vogue Switzerland, covering the latest in celebrity and fashion news.

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