For better or for worse (and most say for worse), this seems to be the age of reboots and franchises. Anything successful in the mainstream suddenly becomes a franchise, and most franchises go far beyond what anyone originally intended for them. Many franchises that seemed dead in the water can also be restarted, even if there is not much demand for them – multiple Avatar continuations in works are the best example of this.
Some time ago, it was announced that Margot Robbie will lead the new one Pirates of the Caribbean a film that would be led by women, which excited many fans of the franchise. Others were more skeptical because the quality Pirates of films decreased with each subsequent entry. However, Robbie recently revealed that she believes the film is dead in the water as the production is basically going nowhere. During reboot Pirates of the Caribbean again, might not be the best idea, there’s still a way Robbie could bring a female-led pirate movie to the big screen, just without Disney’s involvement.
While some were excited to see Jack Sparrow back in action, a lot of the positive reaction to the initial announcement was about the idea of a female-led pirate movie. Pirates are popular, especially on shows like Our flag means death taking the pirate genre to new heights, and it would be really cool to have a show about a group of female pirates sailing the high seas. Actually, it would be better to make this video without the attachment Pirates of the Caribbeanbecause it gives them more creative freedom, so they don’t have to be tied to this world and its traditions.
This hypothetical program headed by Robbie would be ideal as a separate property. They wouldn’t have to worry about working under Disney’s guidelines and could get as brutal or gritty as they wanted (if that was part of the vision), and they wouldn’t have to worry about tying the story back to the Pirates movies in some way that feels forced and convoluted. If it existed on its own, it could be its own exciting story, rather than turning into mediocrity Pirates of the Caribbean a movie that falls short of the heights of the first three movies that are much loved. Actually, it would be an advantage to this potential program not to be bound Pirates of the Caribbeanin more than one way.
Trying to do a Pirates The movie would now be a mess due to the recent set of controversies surrounding its star. The trial of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard has been one of the biggest talking points in the entertainment industry this year and has sparked a lot of mixed and volatile opinions online. Depp has fallen out of favor in the eyes of many, so he’s trying to get his business back on track Pirates of the Caribbean with him at the helm can be a very difficult undertaking. There is potential that each new Pirates movies starring Margot Robbie would be tainted by her involvement with the original series and Johnny Depp, so it’s almost better to let that be a separate thing.
There are a lot of people who would love to see an all-female pirate movie, but that same demographic probably doesn’t want to see Depp on screen anymore after all he’s been involved in, both this year and in the past. Robbie has a much better chance of making a good movie if he’s not attached to any baggage from the previous movie. Pirates of the Caribbean cinema. He has his own production company, LuckyChap Entertainment, which focuses on women’s films, so it would make more sense to make a pirate movie without Disney’s involvement.
Overall, it would be great to have more movies that fall outside of Disney’s reach and create original stories independent of the franchise. Cutting ties with Disney for this project would give Robbie the opportunity to do things she couldn’t do under Disney and allow the story to stand on its own and not get caught in the shadows Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, both good and bad. There’s just too much controversy surrounding his starring role right now, not to mention that the latest entries in the series have been received less than positively. This may get out of control for her and she may not want to go on with a female-led pirated movie, but making a movie (or at least a similar one) without Disney’s control would work to her advantage.
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