"Pirate of the Caribbean" has been almost popular with the characters of Jack Sparrow and Will Turner. But recent reports believed that the franchise is looking for a new transition.
Johnny Depp and Orlando Bloom are rumored to not be the focus of the "Pirates of the Caribbean 5" movie because the franchise are planning to move without them. According to iTechPost, Captain Salazar wants to end the living out of Sparrow, as he believes that the latter killed his brother. The antagonist lives in the Devil's Triangle, he has a huge crew of ghostly privateers that are looking for Jack Sparrow on the high seas in the "Pirates of the Caribbean 5." And the only way Depp's character can continue to live in the movie is by finding the Trident of Poseidon.
However, the news outlet further states that the "Pirates of the Caribbean" actor cuts his finger up in anger while high on alcohol and ecstasy. With the actor's current state, "Pirates of the Caribbean 5" will have Orlando Bloom filling up for Johnny Depp as the lead actor for the upcoming movie. Meanwhile, Jack Sparrow will reportedly be killed off just for the film to move on and proceed.
In reports from sources, Johnny Depp has been pronounced dead with every edge of the internet talking about the "Pirates of the Caribbean 5" actor's current situation. Rumors of Johnny Depp's death came after the 53-year-old actor's messy divorce from wife, Amber Heard.
However, Johnny Depp is alive and well, as reported that Depp never talked about his divorce in front of Alice Cooper. Alice Cooper is the vocalist of the Hollywood Vampires band where the "Pirates of the Caribbean 5" actor plays guitars. Cooper added that Amber Heard has never been mentioned or heard from Johnny Depp and is always on top of his performance on every tour.
According to Jobs & Hire, Most of the original star cast will return for this sequel as well. Apart from Depp and Orlando Bloom, Geoffrey Rush too is reprising his old role in the franchise movie.
Gameguide reports that Disney could be sending a fitting bon voyage to "Johnny Depp" and the popular character, Jack Sparrow. And the same goes to Orlando Bloom as well. "Pirate of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales" will open on May 26, 2017.