Rather a lot is being written and stated about Johnny Depp’s return to Disney to play his much-loved character Jack Sparrow in Pirates of the Caribbean. After combating an extended battle towards his former spouse Amber Heard for six weeks emerged victorious, lately. The former couple has been making headlines for being concerned within the mud-slinging defamation trial towards one another. Currently, Depp’s followers have been ready with bated breath and requesting the actor to return to the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ franchise and patch up with Disney.
For the unversed, Depp and Disney had main fallout after the manufacturing home blacklisted him from the franchise and different Disney initiatives after Amber made some critical and stunning allegations.
All those that had been ready eagerly for an update about Johnny Depp’s return now we have one thing for you. If his latest photographs and movies are something to go then seems like Depp has hinted at his return as Jack Sparrow within the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’. Yes, you learn that completely proper! During his latest stay efficiency with Jeff Beck, the actor teased his followers about a potential return to the franchise as he was seen sporting his signature burgundy bandanna.
Ever since reviews of his fallout with Disney made headlines, Johnny Depp was seen sporting completely different headbands one in every of which was a black polka dot. But to see him put on the identical bandanna as his on-screen character Jack Sparrow has bought us all excited. While there’s no affirmation on the identical, him opting for a similar headgear has raised many eyebrows and bought his followers speaking about his potential patch-up with Disney and return to ‘Pirates of the Caribbean‘.
Earlier reviews had been a buzz that Disney had apparently apologized and had made a suggestion to Depp. However, Depp’s representatives had been fast to quash the news and name it “unfaithful.”
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