It remains to be seen whether Johnny Depp will appear as Jack Sparrow in the sixth possible Pirates of the Caribbean, but Disney has always considered him fundamental, based on the figures paid to the actor over the years. To the point that I don’t spare money.
Situation Saga of the Pirates of the Caribbean it’s still there suspended: We know that script for the sixth filmTo Craig Mazin AND Ted Elliottwas approved Disney, but of course everything is at a standstill due to cross-strikes between writers and actors. It remains a mystery Johnny Depp’s participation in the role Jack Sparrownever lacking in the series and for many of its essence, so much so that – as an article from Screen Rant confirms – Disney never paid attention to the numbers when it came to casting him.
Pirates of the Caribbean – Chapter Six is a ‘priority’ for Disney
Amounts paid to Johnny Depp for his role as Jack Sparrow in Pirates of the Caribbean
The figures are spread over Disney Salary For Johnny Depp And him Jack Sparrow V Pirates of the Caribbean are actually cumulative: in fact, they include not only the salary, but also the percentage of income included in the contracts subsequent to the contract signed by the actor for the first time. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003), a harbinger of “only” $10 million for Johnny. In fact, the music changes significantly in the second and third chapters of the trilogy. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (2006)e Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (2007), which brought the actor $60 and $50 million, respectively. After ending the first triptych on a very high note at the box office ($961 million worldwide), Disney sought out Depp again to start over, eventually paying him $55 million for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011, worldwide gross $1,046,000,000) and even a monumental total fee of 90 million for Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge (2017), which grossed almost 800 million.
In short, some ill-intentioned people are saying that, ostracized by Hollywood or not, Depp could easily get by without starring in another Pirates of the Caribbean, and certainly without needing any extra money. However the real question is: on the contrary, Disney can afford to do without Jack SparrowHow symbol from this series of stories? The mysterious completed script for the sixth film was considered strange by myself. Craig Mazin, who even considered giving up the major label, but was enthusiastic instead. Has a way been found to make this work without Jack?