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Johnny Depp returning to 'Pirates of the Caribbean' as swashbuckling favourite 'Jack Sparrow'? Read on

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Multiple reports claim Johnny Depp will return to Pirates of the Caribbean. Rumours began circulating on Wednesday when a report claimed the 59-year-old actor would be returning to his role as Captain Jack Sparrow for the sixth film. Depp testified during his highly publicised defamation trial with ex-wife Amber Heard that Disney dropped him from the newest flick.
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Johnny Depp returning to 'Pirates of the Caribbean' as swashbuckling favourite 'Jack Sparrow'? Read on

Following some legal issues, Johnny Depp, 59, is reportedly reprising his role as adventurous fan favourite Jack Sparrow five years after his previous film.

2 months ago·Mumbai, India
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Johnny Depp would return to “Pirates of the Caribbean” in his role as Jack Sparrow

According to British media, the shooting of this film would begin during the first months of 2023.

2 months ago·C A B A, Argentina
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Johnny Depp could be coming back to Pirates of the Caribbean

Rumours are swirling Johnny Depp is scheduled to turn up in the UK to do a test shoot in February for the next Pirates of the Caribbean film

2 months ago·Australia
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Rumours emerge surrounding Johnny Depp's Pirates of the Caribbean return

The actor was rumoured to be returning for a sixth instalment of the franchise, but some reports claimed otherwise

2 months ago
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Johnny Depp could return to the Pirates of the Caribbean saga

Despite the fact that Johnny Depp said earlier that he would not return to the “Pirates of the Caribbean” saga due to the way Disney expelled him from the franchise, British media...

2 months ago
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