ONLY ONE JACK SPARROW: Fans tell Disney to bring back Johnny Depp after Margot Robbie's 'PotC' is shelved
'She kills it as Harley Quinn but she ain’t on the same level as Captain Jack Sparrow,' said a fan
Margot Robbie, who has received several accolades, including nominations for two Academy Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, and five British Academy Film Awards, is known for her roles in both blockbusters and independent films. The 'Suicide Squad' actress will next be seen in 'Barbie' opposite Ryan Gosling. In the movie, Robbie will be seen in the titular character, 'Barbie,' whereas Gosling will be seen playing Robbie's love interest, Ken. There were also speculations that the actress will star in 'Pirates of the Caribbean' as well.
However, Robbie, who rose to prominence with 'Wolf of Wall Street' at 22, revealed during an interview that her 'Pirates of the Caribbean' has been shelved. The news has left many of Johnny Depp's fans relieved as they believe without Johnny Depp the franchise is 'bland', while others were clearly upset with this piece of news. Read more to find out.
During a recent interview with Vanity Fair, Robbie expressed her thoughts on her new projects which also included 'Pirates of the Carribean.' On top of the five films she’s producing, she’s readying 'Barbie' for next summer. Robbie’s also in preproduction on an 'Ocean’s Eleven' prequel that she’ll star in and produce. Another franchise spin-off she’d been attached to, a 'Pirates of the Caribbean' film, has been shelved, she tells the outlet. “We had an idea and we were developing it for a while, ages ago, to have more of a female-led not totally female-led, but just a different kind of story which we thought would’ve been really cool, but I guess they don’t want to do it,” Robbie says of Disney.
Post this interview surfaced online, most of the fans seemed to be relieved although some were genuinely upset about Robbie's project being shelved. A fan said, "She kills it as Harley Quinn but she ain’t on the same level as Captain Jack Sparrow," while another added, "Thank God, it wasn't even hers to begin with. The franchise truthfully belongs to one of the greatest character actors to ever walk this earth. Create something new, stop recycling content, and characters."
A fan shared, "anyways wasn't gonna watch it unless they bring back depp." A fan tweeted, "Good it's not pirates of the Caribbean without Johnny Depp anyway," while another adds, "Thank god I dont want to see this anyway."
She kills it as Harley Quinn but she ain’t on the same level as Captain Jack Sparrow pic.twitter.com/KTHAzAhrAK— Persona Hearts: KINGDOM HEARTS IV / Versus XIII (@PersonaHearts5R) November 14, 2022
Thank God, it wasn't even hers to begin with. The franchise truthfully belongs to one of the greatest character actors to ever walk this earth. Create something new, stop recycling content, and characters.— Trevor Basso (@tee_time22) November 14, 2022
anyways wasn't gonna watch it unless they bring back depp pic.twitter.com/A8m9Wa5Sz4— Ravi Ahuja (@RaviAhuja20) November 14, 2022
Good it's not pirates of the Caribbean without Johnny Depp anyway— Gangster Enieb (@GangsterEnieb) November 14, 2022
Thank god I dont want to see this anyway.... pic.twitter.com/oNOY75dRij— Victor Creed (@creed_dynasty33) November 14, 2022
Safe to say, most of the netizens were relieved of the fact. However, 'Barbie' is scheduled to be released in the United States and United Kingdom on July 21, 2023, by Warner Bros. Pictures.
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