Keira rules out return
BANG Showbiz – Mar 16, 2023 / 7:03 am | Story: 416406
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Keira Knightley has dominated out a return to the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ series.
The 37-year-old actress is happy with how her character Elizabeth Swann’s story was informed in the Disney franchise so despite producer Jerry Bruckheimer having expressed an interest to make a new film with original star Johnny Depp, she doesn’t think there could be a reason to deliver again her alter ego.
She informed ‘Entertainment Tonight’: “What about Elizabeth Swan?
“I imply, she sailed away so properly. She sailed away in brilliant style.”
The first film in the collection celebrates its 20th anniversary this 12 months however Keira does not bear in mind “very a lot” in regards to the movie as a outcome of it got here at such a pivotal point in her career when she was incredibly busy.
She mentioned: “It sort of launched me out of a rocket, really, as far as my career went.
“That year was ‘Bend It Like Beckham’, ‘Love Actually’ and ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’.
“So, I’m being requested about all three. Unfortunately, I was 16 and 17. so I do not really remember very much of it, however yes, it definitely was a really huge 12 months for me.”
Keira’s feedback came only a few days after producer Jerry admitted he “would love” to bring Johnny back as Captain Jack Sparrow.
He stated: “We’ll see. I would love it. I would love to have him in the film. That’s all I can let you know.”
The filmmaker and his team are “very excited” about what’s in retailer for the sixth movie within the sequence.
Asked for an replace on the challenge, he stated: “We’re all engaged on it. We’ll see the means it comes out.
“But we’re all very excited. I think we’re gonna have a great screenplay, and we’re getting close.”
Jerry – who has produced blockbusters together with ‘Beverly Hills Cop’ and ‘Top Gun’ – previously confirmed that the character of Captain Jack Sparrow would never be killed off.
He said: “You can’t. We tried to kill him. It did not work.”