Rumors about Margot Robbie in Pirates of the Caribbean have been addressed by the actress herself, who does not deny or confirm its participation in the upcoming delivery of the franchise, which is already being planned.
Margot Robbie in the movie The Legend of Tarzan.
Previously, it had been reported that the interpreter was ready to star in a project based on the universe of the buccaneers, which would be written by Christina Hodson, with whom she collaborated on the film Birds of Prey. Although it was almost confirmed, it seems that now everything is up in the air, because, by the words of the star, there is still nothing confirmed. Here’s what he said, as part of an interview for the Happy Sad Confused podcast (via):
“Maybe [sucederá]. But they are the first days. I shouldn’t say more… for now ”.
Additionally, when further questioned about his involvement, his response hinted that, indeed, negotiations were already underway, although this is probably not the right time to reveal anything:
“Time will tell,” he commented.
One thing that is certain is that fans of the franchise are already eager for everything to take a different turn in terms of stories, so they no longer expect to see Johnny Depp in command. However, there are still some people who do not give up hope to return to the actor in his role as the drunken con man of the seven seas.
But something to take into account is that, at the moment, the picture does not look very good for Depp, who has just lost his role in the third installment of Fantastic Animals. This means that if Disney decides to dispense with it (which they are already thinking of doing), they will have to find someone who can sell the new film just by name, and Robbie has proven to be a prolific producer and an extremely committed actress..
Johnny Depp in Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge.
Although the rumors about Margot Robbie in Pirates of the Caribbean have not been confirmed, we will see her soon in a new movie focused on Harley Quinn.
Margot Robbie Pirates of the Caribbean
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