Superstar Johnny Depp has been dropped from the “Pirates of the Caribbean” film series.
The news comes when Disney Studios is arranging a noteworthy reboot for the establishment, reports dailymail.co.uk.
Depp, 55, was the real lead in five motion pictures in the course of recent years.
The first scriptwriter of the establishment, Stuart Beattie, is the first to freely affirm that Disney Studios has all the earmarks of being dumping the star as they revamp the whole establishment
Depp, who has been obstinate by close to home dramatizations in the course of recent years, saw his last trip as Jack Sparrow in “Dead Men Tell No Tales”, which turned into the most minimal performing motion picture of the movies.
Addressing DailyMailTV at an occasion here, Beattie affirmed on camera the reboot implied that Depp was out as Sparrow.
Gesturing when it was recommended that Depp was out, he stated: “I believe he’s had an incredible run. Clearly, he’s made that character his very own and it’s turned into the character he’s most celebrated for the time being.
“And kids all over the world love him as that character. So I think it’s been great for him, it’s been great for us, so I’m just very, very happy about it.”
Beattie feels regardless of what Depp does next in his vocation, his Hollywood profession high point will be characterized by Sparrow and accumulating more than $4 billion from the motion pictures.
He said: “I think Jack Sparrow will be his legacy. It’s the only character he has played five times, it’s the character he dresses up in to visit children in hospitals, it’s what he’ll be remembered for.”