Johnny Depp may return to ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’: former Disney executive

Having won a high-profile libel case against ex-wife Amber Heard, the former Disney boss believes that Johnny Depp can quickly return to the screens.

A former Disney executive has predicted that Johnny Depp, 58, could reprise his role as Captain Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise.

This is due to his victory over ex-wife Amber Heard, 36, in a high-profile libel suit.

This week, a seven-member jury found in Depp’s favor, awarding him $10.35 million in damages. Heard also received US$2 million.

Speaking with Peoplethe former Disney executive called Depp “an attractive Hollywood star” and believed a reboot was a possibility.

“I absolutely believe after the verdict that Pirates ready to reboot with Johnny as Captain Jack on board,” they said.

“Too much box office potential for a beloved character deeply rooted in Disney culture.”

While Disney has not commented PeopleIn the article, Depp himself dismissed all thoughts of a reappearance in the sixth Pirates of the Caribbean movie.

Edward Scissorhands the actor made his acting debut in 2003 in Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl.

His performance as the title character also earned him several Academy Award, Golden Globe and BAFTA nominations, as well as a Screen Actors Guild Award in 2004 and several MTV Movie Awards.

Under cross-examination during the defamation trial, Hurd’s lawyer Ben Rottenborn said, “The fact is, Mr. Depp, if Disney comes to you with $300 million and a million alpacas, nothing in the world will make you go back and work with Disney over Pirates of the Caribbean movie? Right?”

In response, Depp said: “It’s true.”

Jerry Bruckheimer Producer Next Pirates in installments, also showed hesitation when asked about the possibility in an interview with Dmarj.

However, the article was published on May 20, before the court’s verdict.

When asked, he replied, “Not now. The future is not yet decided.”

In a statement following the decision, Depp said the verdict “gave me back my life.”

“I have been and have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of love, tremendous support and kindness from around the world,” the statement said.

“I also hope that now the position will return to the innocent until proven guilty, both in the courts and in the media.

“The best is yet to come and a new chapter has finally begun.”

For Hurd, she said the outcome was disappointing and “heartbroken” and feared what the outcome would mean for women struggling with domestic violence.

“I am heartbroken that the mountain of evidence is still not enough to counter the disproportionate power, influence and influence of my ex-husband,” she said.

“I am even more disappointed with what this verdict means for other women. This is a failure. It brings back the time when a woman who spoke and spoke could be publicly shamed and humiliated.

“It casts aside the notion that violence against women should be taken seriously.”

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