Dec 19, 2016 10:07 AM EST

‘Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales' Latest News, Updates & Spoilers: Captain Jack Sparrow Will Not Have A Leading Role? Will Keira Knightly Return For The Film?

The famous star, Johnny Depp will be returning to reprise his role as the legendary pirate Captain Jack Sparrow for the upcoming movie "Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales." Walt Disney Studios' fifth sequel of "Pirates Of The Caribbean" which had been nothing but a success over the years.

For the fifth film, Orlando Bloom will be reprising his original role too as Will Turner, but this time, he's going to be sailing through the seas together with his now-grown son, Henrey Turner. Surely, the film will revolve around the father and son that will probably be the lead characters of the movie. Captain Jack Sparrow, on the other hand, might only play a supporting role to the new leads as he went missing in action in the recently released trailer. This had caused some to speculate that Depp's character will not be too important in the film, according to GamenGuide.

Moreover, it looks like Depp and Bloom won't be the only ones to portray their original roles as Keira Knightly was reported to be returning to "Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales" as well! Based on an article from SlashFilm, Knightly had been secretly filming for the fifth movie as Elizabeth. Unfortunately, Elizabeth won't really be a part of the film. Knightly may have been filming but fans will not be seeing her until the credits have finished rolling.

Furthermore, rumors claim that "Pirates Of The Caribbean 5" is the last film that Captain Jack Sparrow will be appearing. Jobs & Hire reported that because the upcoming film will focus on Will Turner and Elizabeth Swan's son Henrey Turner, there will, of course, be new tales and stories too which could possibly not have something to do with the Jack Sparrow, thus making it a probability that Sparrow will not be appearing.

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