The Australian actress has confirmed to Vanity Fair that the female spin-off of the Disney saga in which she was involved is a closed project
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In June 2020, the press gave Margot Robbie among the candidates for an all-female spin-off of Pirates of the Caribbeanwritten by Christina Hodson (former screenwriter of Birds of Prey and the phantasmagoric rebirth of Harley Quinn). “We had an idea for a female-led story — not totally, but a different kind of story nonetheless. We thought it would be really interesting,” so the actress told Vanity Fair. “But I guess they don’t want to do that anymore“.
The future of Pirates of the Caribbean
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In an interview with the Sunday Times last May, producer Bruckheimer confirmed for Pirates of the Caribbean a future without Johnny Depp (despite rumors of his return). “Yes. We are talking to Margot Robbie. We are developing two scripts: one with her and one without her,” Bruckheimer said, when asked about the future of the franchise. “[Tornerà Depp?] Not at this point. The future has yet to be decided.” In addition to female spin-offs, there was also a second project linked to the saga, a reboot written by Ted Elliott and Craig Mazin, author of Chernobyl.
The previous “Pirates” films, all starring Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow, grossed $1.5 billion domestically and $3.07 billion internationally.
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We recently saw Margot Robbie in the cinema in the film Amsterdam by David O. Russell, opposite Christian Bale. Furthermore, the web in recent months has been studded with photos of him on the set of Barbie, alongside Ryan Gosling. Among his own upcoming projects finally there is the new film by Damien Chazelle, Babylonwhich should hit theaters in January 2023.