Pirates To Keep Sailing

Disney is planning to keep its Pirates of the Caribbean franchise alive even after wrapping up the current trilogy with Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, which opens on May 25, the Los Angeles Times reported today (Friday), citing unnamed insiders. The newspaper said that star Johnny Depp has already made it known that he would like to return for another pirate adventure, and said production director Rick Heinrichs, "If Johnny's interested, why wouldn't they?" However, contacted by the Times, co-star Orlando Bloom remarked that although he had heard rumors of a fourth Pirates film, "they haven't said anything to me ... so I guess I'm not coming back."




30/03/2007


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