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Pirates of the Caribbean 6: Release Date | Cast | Plot and Trailer – We Know So Far

The sixth instalment of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise is in the works, but when can fans expect it to hit theatres, and how will the plot continue? Not only is a second film in the works, but a female-led spinoff is also in the works. Here’s all we know so far regarding the future of the Pirates of the Caribbean flicks.

When Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl was released, its huge success was unexpected. Before 2003, pirate movies were thought to be sure fire box office losses, yet the franchise has stayed popular ever since, demonstrating its global public appeal and garnering Depp an Oscar nod for his role as Captain Jack Sparrow.

The Caribbean Sixth Pirates Film Is Working On Disney

Following the departure of Deadpool co-writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick from the project in 2019, Disney selected Craig Mazin and Ted Elliott to write the script. Mazin directed HBO’s Chernobyl miniseries, while Elliott worked on the first Pirates film. Joachim Rnning, the film’s director, is also likely to return.


Sean Bailey, President of The Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture Production, was been receptive to the concept of giving the franchise a “kick in the pants” in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter in 2018, noting that the studio intended to inject new energy to the films. The next film is expected to be a soft reboot of the franchise, akin to the Transformers prequel spinoff Bumblebee, but it’s unknown what will be removed from the series’ previous stories and timeline.

After Pirates of something liked the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, the fifth film in the franchise, grossed nearly $800 million worldwide, Disney announce plans for another pirate swashbuckling adventure in 2018. With Disney expressing a desire to change up the business in order to make it even bigger in the future, the studio has announced that a reboot featuring Margot Robbie will be in help in producing the sequel. Nevertheless, Pirates of the Caribbean 6 is still in development, with no release date set, and the reboot film is also in development.

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When Pirates Of The Caribbean Sixth Will Be Released?

There isn’t a released date for Pirates of the Caribbean 6 because the script hadn’t been completed and turned it to Disney as of June 2020. It could be a long time until Pirates of the Caribbean 6 hits theatres, depending on whether the storey requires small tweaks or a complete redesign, as well as whether or not the current status of the entertainment industry has an impact on the film.


However, we can use previous films to piece together a possible timeline. As an example, consider Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, the most current instalment in the franchise. Disney planned to make the fifth and sixth Pirates films “back-to-back as one enormous production,” to be released separately, according to a rumour from December 2010, six months before the release of On Stranger Tides in May 2011. Obviously, only Pirates 5 managed to get away with it. Disney laboured for a while to find a director after longtime franchise scribe Terry Rossio prepared a first draught. Gore Verbinski, the director of Pirates of the Caribbean 1—3, passed – then Joachim Rnning and Espen Sandberg were hired, Rossio’s script was trashed, and the pre-production process began all over again in January 2013.

The film’s initial release date was not announced until July 2014, three years after Dead Men Tell No Tales was released in theatres. Brenton Thwaites was cast as Will and Elizabeth Turner’s son Henry Turner in November 2014, according to Deadline — two and a half years before the film was released in May 2017.

Taking all of this into account, and knowing where Pirates 6 is now in development, it might be up to four years until we see Pirates of the Caribbean 6, based on the timeframe that its predecessor followed.

Cast Of The Pirates Of The Caribbean 6

‘Pirates of the Caribbean 6’ could be the first film in the franchise without Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow. Other than that, we may expect Keira Knightley and Orlando Bloom to return if the plot is based on ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.’ Bill Nighy, who plays Davy Jones, should also return to reprise his role. Outside of that, it’s anyone’s guess. New actors will appear if the show is completely rebooted, but we’ll need some type of official declaration from the House Mouse first. However, based on the number of fan petitions, it appears that Depp’s followers haven’t given up hope yet.

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What Is The Plot Of The Sixth Instalment Of The Pirates Of The Caribbean Franchise?

The events of ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ are expected to be continued in ‘Pirates of the Caribbean 6’. Will and Elizabeth are asleep in the post-credit sequence when Will witnesses a nightmare in which Davy Jones reappears. He thinks he’s having a nasty dream when he wakes up, but it’s not. So Davy Jones is back, and his vengeance will be directed at Will and Elizabeth. Davy Jones has unfinished business with Captain Jack Sparrow as well.


The largest question, though, concerns Johnny Depp. Disney no longer wants to take any risks because of his chaotic personal life and waning stardom. Depp’s messy divorce from Amber Heard is public knowledge, and it appears that he’s been eliminated from the franchise to breathe new life into it. As a result, we could witness a film sans Depp, a complete prelaunch of the franchise, or even a female-led film. The writers of ‘Deadpool’ were working on a script, but they dropped out of the project earlier this year. To be honest, the theories and rumours around this one are out of control, and it’s difficult to get any actual information on the situation.

Is There Really A Pirates Of The Caribbean 6 Promo Video?

A trailer for the sixth Pirates of the Caribbean film is just a glimmer in Disney’s eye because the script is still being created as of June 2020. The first four Pirates of the Caribbean films — The Curse of the Black Pearl, Dead Man’s Chest, At World’s End, as Well as on Stranger Tides – are available on Disney+ until then. Dead Men Tell No Tales is now available on Hulu and will be available on Disney+ on July 24, 2020, among the other Disney+ original series.

Soon enough, the powers that be will let the cat out of the bag, and we’ll discover more about what’s in store for Pirates of the Caribbean 6. After all this time, it’ll be nice to travel back on the high seas for another adventure – regardless of who the film is about or when we eventually see it.

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