Johnny Depp's "Pirates of the Caribbean 6" decided to create himself and shocked fans
Hollywood actor Johnny Depp admitted that he decided to create the film "Pirates of the Caribbean 6" to say goodbye to Jack Sparrow.
The ongoing legal battle between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard revealed just how upset the actor was about being kicked out of Pirates of the Caribbean 6. According to Depp, he was shocked and disconcerted when he learned that Walt Disney had just fired him from the role of Jack Sparrow after years of successful cooperation. The actor admitted in court that he intended not only to continue acting in the franchise as long as he was allowed but even wanted to come up with the right ending for his character in Pirates of the Caribbean 6 on his own.
According to Johnny Depp, he was even ready to help write the script for Pirates of the Caribbean 6. "I don't quite understand how, after this long relationship with the Disney studio and quite successful, I suddenly found myself guilty, although this has not even been proven. In fact, I was approached with a request to take part in the creation of "Pirates of the Caribbean 6," the actor said. According to Depp, he believed that the old characters, including Jack Sparrow, should leave the franchise with dignity. "I thought these characters deserved to end the franchise on a very good note. So I planned to keep going until it was time to stop," said Johnny Depp.
The actor also noted that after an article published by Amber Heard in 2018, Disney immediately destroyed all relations with him. Johnny Depp was disappointed that he wasn't even given a chance to prove his innocence and clear his name. The decision to kick the actor out of Pirates of the Caribbean 6 came as a shock not only to Depp but also to his many fans. It is also worth noting that Warner Bros. also terminated all contracts with Johnny, which even replaced Depp in the film Fantastic Beasts 3: The Secrets of Dumbledore.