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Jerry Bruckheimer says Margot Robbie's Pirates of the Caribbean spin-off could still happen

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On Saturday, Pirates of the Caribbean producer Jerry Bruckheimer clarified that two-time Oscar nominee Margot Robbie's female-led spin-off could still happen despite her recent comments otherwise.Last month, the Australian 32-year-old told Vanity Fair that she was developing a 'really cool' idea for the movie a 'while, ages ago' but 'I guess they don't want to do it.''We developed two scripts at once and the Margot Robbie script was a little further away,' the 79-year-old Emmy winner explained to TheWrap.

Just kidding! On Saturday, Pirates of the Caribbean producer Jerry Bruckheimer (L) clarified that two-time Oscar nominee Margot Robbie's (R) female-led spin-off could still happen despite her recent comments otherwise 'But we'll get that made down the line too and focus on more of an ensemble Pirates movie at this point.'Norweigan filmmaker Joachim Rønning - who directed the fifth film Dead Men Tell No Tales - is slated to return to helm the sixth installment with a script co-written by Ted Elliott and Craig Mazin.The swashbuckling fantasy franchise - based on the 1967 Disneyland attraction - has amassed a total $4.524B at the global box office since 2003.Fans should not expect three-time Oscar nominee Johnny Depp to reprise his Keith Richards-inspired character Jack Sparrow as he confirmed on April 20 during his defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Heard that he would not return for '$300M and a million alpacas.' Confusion: Last month, the Australian 32-year-old told Vanity Fair that she was developing a 'really cool' idea for the movie a 'while, ages ago' but 'I guess they don't want to do it' The 79-year-old Emmy winner explained to TheWrap: 'We developed two scripts at once and the Margot Robbie script was a.

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