Margot Robbie, up for an Academy Award, recently gave an interview with Vanity Fair. She officially acknowledged the present state of the female-led Pirates of the Caribbean project. Robbie has been associated with the project for a considerable time.
Robbie has divulged that the possible spin-off has been terminated at Disney and is no longer moving forward after the corporation rejected the initial proposal for the project. Robbie’s revelation comes following Disney’s rejection of the initial idea for the project.
“We had an idea and we were developing it for a while, ages ago, to have more of a female-led—not completely female-led, but just a different kind of story—which we thought would’ve been really cool, but I guess they don’t want to do it,” Robbie revealed. “We thought it would’ve been really cool, but I guess they don’t want to do it.”
Jerry Bruckheimer, the producer of the Pirates of the Caribbean films, was the one who made the initial announcement that Margot Robbie would star in a film in the franchise.
Aside from the fact that Robbie was involved in the project, little information was disclosed about it. However, Bruckheimer disclosed that two Pirates movies were in the process of development, which means there is still the possibility of another project being developed.
Robbie’s project would be a part of Disney’s growing list of ongoing and upcoming live-action film adaptations of Disney theme parks. This list includes the Haunted Mansion reboot, which is scheduled to premiere in 2023, the Tower of Terror film Scarlett Johansson will lead, and the Jungle Cruise sequel, which will feature the return of Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt. And the upcoming Big Thunder Mountain movie. Robbie’s project was canceled