Johnny Depp has lost the franchise that made his career, Pirates of the Caribbean. All thanks to Amber Heard and her allegations of domestic violence that changed his life forever. As the actor struggles to get his life back on track, there’s very little chance he’ll return to the Disney original. But recent reports have revealed the changes the Jack Sparrow star has made to avoid fighting the villainess. Read more below.
Unsealed documents are currently circulating on social media that contain shocking details about Johnny Depp. It was his fans who paid whopping $3000 dig up dirt on Amber Heard, but little did they know that it would have such bad consequences. From erectile dysfunction to his ex Ellen Berkin’s drug use, a lot is circulating on the internet.
According to Marca, details revealed by Pirates of the Caribbean 5 screenwriter Terry Rossio suggest that Johnny Depp opposed the idea of having a female villain in the film. In this regard, he demanded that the script be changed, as he did not want to fight a woman. As a result, Terry was fired and Jeff Nathanson joined the team to write “Salazar’s Revenge” with Javier Bardem as the villain.
In addition, there was not a single woman in the script, since Johnny Depp wanted the same. It’s all pretty sad because Jack Sparrow fighting a bad woman in Pirates of the Caribbean 5 would be quite a spectacular sight.
Meanwhile, Pirates of the Caribbean 6 is being created as a spin-off starring Margot Robbie. While fans demand the return of Johnny Depp, the actor made a decision and said that he would never return to the role of Jack Sparrow. Disney, on the other hand, also showed no interest in re-engaging him.
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