Margot Robbie’s Pirates of the Caribbean movie is dead

Actor Margot Robbie

Actor Margot Robbie
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Dead man tell no stories, and neither doing kill film projects. Unfortunately, this seems to be the case for Babylonis Margot Robbie and Birds of prey writer Christina Hodson led by a woman Pirates of the Caribbean filmwho is now dead in the water at Disney.

Announced in 2020, the feature film planned by the two collaborators was described by The Hollywood Reporter as not being a spin-off, but rather “an entirely original story with new characters under the pirate nickname,” with Robbie starring in the film.

“We had an idea and we had been developing it for a while, a very long time, to have more of a female-led story – not totally female-led, but just a different type of story – that which we think would have been really cool, but I guess they don’t want to do it,” Robbie said in a new cover story with vanity lounge.

This is not to confuse it with the real spin-off series that Chernobylit is Craig Mazin and for a long time pirate writer Ted Elliot is reportedly working on the franchise, directing the action in under new management, away from any involvement with the former star Johnny Depp.

JWhen we last heard of this project, however, was from Pirates of the Caribbean Producer Jerry Bruckheimer earlier this year, who said The Sunday Times that Disney “was developing two pirate scenarios. With one of those projects no longer in development, the status of Mazin and Elliot’s reboot doesn’t seem as clear cut as previously suspected.

The loss of what sounded like a fun, new take on the Pirates franchise feels unfortunately familiar on the heels of Hodson’s Batgirl film be set aside by Warner Bros. Discovery, although it is almost complete. On the other hand, the Bumblebee the next film written by the scribe the flash always seems like a tryout at the studio, even with a star Ezra Millerthe long list of Legal issue and make the headlines incidents of the past year.


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