Pirates of the Caribbean 6 is under development, but when can fans of the series expect a release date and how will the story continue? Not only the sequel but also a female-led installment have been announced. This is what we have ever known about the future of Pirates of the Caribbean cinema.
Pirates of the Caribbean: An unexpectedly big hit when The Curse of the Black Pearl first appeared. Prior to 2003, pirate films were considered box office-guaranteed, but since then the series has remained popular, appealing to the masses internationally, and Johnny Depp earning an Oscar nomination for his role as Jack Sparrow.
After Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men tell no tales, Disney announced plans for another pirate adventure in 2018 after the franchise’s fifth installment grossed nearly $ 800 million worldwide. The studio has expressed a desire to change the franchise. But even after the announcement, Pirates of the Caribbean 6 is still in the development stage, without a release is on the horizon.
Disney is developing the next movie!
After Deadpool co-writers Rhett Reese and Paul Warnick left the project in 2019, Disney chose screenwriters Craig Mazin and Ted Elliott to write the script. While Elliott made the first pirate movie, Magin created the HBO miniseries Chernobyl. Director Joachim Ronning will also be returning to the franchise.
In 2018, Walt Disney Studios director Sean Bailey said in an interview with the Hollywood Reporter that the studio wanted to bring new energy to the film and was ready to give the franchise a “twist.” The new film will be a smooth reboot of the franchise and a spin-off of the first season of Transformers Bumblebee, but it’s unclear what will be removed from the plot and line.
The release date for Pirates of Caribbean Reboot
We have no confirmed release date of Pirates of the Caribbean 6 but the movie franchise is traditionally known for releases in June or July. The previous three films, At World’s End, On Stranger Tides, and Dead Men Tell No Tales, smash the Memorial Day weekend box office, and the sixth film had the same amount of time to continue to be a success. It looks like it’s coming out in the same period.
With the exception of Deadman’s Chest and World End (pictured in 2005), there was a four or five years difference among Caribbean releases. Given that Bruckheimer suggested that the script be completed soon, this project came close to the COVID 19 pandemic to shoot before shutting down production schedules. Without announcing an expected release date and confirming the impact of the pandemic, it’s impossible to know exactly when the film will be released, but it could be in 2023.
Possible plot for Part 6
After changing hands in 2019, the Pirates of the Caribbean 6 storyline is still in development and there are no announcements about its status. The creators paid particular attention to detail, but rumors spread that Disney wanted a story driven by women, and fans quickly came up with the idea of returning to the movie’s original carousel. Redd’s character, who recently went from prisoner of war to pirate queen, would be a welcome addition to the franchise. However, as Reboot is heralded as a project that feminizes the core of the voices, and latter would tell a different story.