In “Pirates Of The Caribbean 6,” Disney wants Johnny Depp To Return To His Role As Captain Jack Sparrow.

According to rumors, Johnny Depp is in talks with Disney to play Captain Jack Sparrow once more in the Pirates of the Caribbean series. According to an insider, the entertainment media giant has even made a $300 million offer to the Edward Scissorhands actor in hopes of winning his forgiveness.


The studio “reached out” to Depp “before his defamation trial against Amber Heard. And inquired whether he would interest in returning for another pirate film or two,” a source close to Depp told Poptonic.

The source disclosed that a deal had been reached for Johnny Depp to reprise his role as Jack Sparrow in Pirates of the Caribbean 6. And a spin-off Disney Plus series about the Captain of the Black Pearl’s early years. The studio is hopeful that Johnny will forgive them and return as his iconic character, the source said. “What I can tell you is that the studio has already drawn up a draft for a film on Jack Sparrow.”

Disney Offer Depp

The publication also revealed that Disney is contemplating making Depp an offer of $300 million, but the famous actor has not yet accepted their offer. When Depp addressed the issue when testifying under oath at the shocking libel case trial.


He previously declared that he would never work on the Disney film again.”If Disney came to you with $300 million and a million alpacas, nothing on this earth would get you to go back and work with Disney on a Pirates of the Caribbean picture,” Heard’s attorney questioned Depp during the trial.

Depp admitted, “That is accurate,” before adding, “Two years had passed with a continual worldwide discussion about me being this wife-beater. Disney was therefore likely attempting to sever ties to be safe.

#MeToo Movement 

“At that time, the #MeToo movement was at its height. My character was left in place for the rides. They continued to market Captain Jack Sparrow dolls, he continued. “They continued to sell goods. Simply put, they didn’t want to uncover anything following me, according to Depp.