Pirates of the Caribbean 6 When Will It Air?, Who Can Return?, Plot, Trailer And What Will Be Jack Sparrow’s future?

Pirates of the Caribbean is a series of fantasy swashbuckler films produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and loosely. Based on Walt Disney’s eponymous theme park ride. Directors of the series include Gore Verbinski (films 1-3), Rob Marshall (4) and Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg (5).

Pirates of the Caribbean 6 might be the sequel of its fifth half ‘Lifeless Males Inform No Tales’ which arrived in 2017. This time, for writing the script, Disney has signed Ted Elliot and Craig Mazin. And once more like each different half, Joachim Rønning is directing the movie.

Release date

The film was expected to get released this year. But the new writers Jeff Nathanson and Terry Rossio are working on the script of the film. So, Disney is in the early stage of making this film. Release of the movie should now be somewhere around mid-2021.


Kaya Scodelario has already confirmed her return to the franchise for the next film but Johnny Depp’s declining popularity and domestic problem make his return unlikely. Possibility of not seeing Depp in the film was confirmed by the newly appointed writers of the series. There have been rumours surrounding Johnny Depp demanding steep payout which led to a rift between the parties.

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The story is expected to revolve around the nightmare seen by Will in which he sees the return of Davy Jones. This nightmare turns out to be real as Davy Jones is back, and he is hell-bent on taking revenge. There will also be entrails of new characters in the series. A female pirate is expected to replace our very own Johnny Depp. There is also a rumour that the movie may focus on Redhead. Redhead is the pirate wench from Isla Tesoro as it aims to shed the Jack Sparrow tag.


There is no official news on the release of the trailer of the movie. But according to the timeline of the release of the movie, it could be expected in early 2021.

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