Disney saves $90 million after deciding not to use Johnny Depp as lead in Pirates of the Caribbean overhaul
Even though the fans Some will be displeased with the revamped Pirates of the Caribbean without the franchise’s iconic Johnny Depp . But a Forbes report says it’s benefiting Disney to save over $90 million from Depp.
However, this is not a guarantee that the new film will be more profitable if the big expenditures are cut off. Because the movie will lack the attraction of Johnny Depp, but on the other hand, this could be a major income aid in the US. Based on the significant drop in US revenue for the latest installment, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, the franchise’s second-lowest grossing. and revenues that have plummeted from the previous three films
The film is currently in development with a screenplay by Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese, writers from Deadpool and Zombieland, and the director and release date have yet to be announced.