Pirates of the Caribbean 5 Star Comments On Possible Franchise Return

Pirates of the Caribbean 5 star Brenton Thwaites comments on his possible franchise return, saying he’s ready to go if an offer comes through. Thwaites starred in 
Dead Men Tell No Tales as Henry Turner, the son of Orlando Bloom’s Will Turner and Keira Knightley’s Elizabeth Swann who sets off in the hopes of finding the Trident of Poseidon to break the curse binding his father to the Flying Dutchman. Henry must work with astronomer Carina Smyth and Jack Sparrow, who is being hunted down by the undead pirate-hunter Armando Salazar, to find the Trident.,Johnny Depp returned to lead the cast of 
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales as Jack alongside fellow franchise vets Geoffrey Rush as Barbosa, Kevin McNally as Gibbs, Stephen Graham as Scrum, Martin Klebba as Marty, Giles New as Murtogg and Angus Barnett as Mullroy. Thwaites was one of the many franchise newcomers in the film alongside Javier Bardem as the villainous Salazar and Kaya Scodelario as Carina Barbosa. Hitting theaters in 2017, 
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales continued the franchise’s negative review streak and was the second-lowest-grossing entry in the series behind the original film, only bringing in $794 million against its reported $320 million production budget.,Related: What To Expect From Pirates of the Caribbean 6,In a recent interview with 
The Cosmic Circus, Brenton Thwaites opened up about the possibility of his 
Pirates of the Caribbean franchise return. The 
Dead Men Tell No Tales star confirmed he is open to coming back to the action series as long as the story fits and the studio wants him back. Check out what Thwaites said below:,Thwaites’ hopes for a franchise return comes as the future of the 
Pirates of the Caribbean franchise remains largely unknown. A female-led spinoff was announced to be in the works in mid-2020 with Margot Robbie set to star and produce alongside Jerry Bruckheimer and reunite with 
Birds of Prey scribe Christina Hodson, with Bruckheimer recently confirming that the studio is still in talks with Robbie and are developing one script for her and one without her. The 
Pirates of the Caribbean producer also confirmed Johnny Depp’s future in the series is still undecided, despite the actor stating in his ongoing trial against Amber Heard that he would turn down 
Pirates of the Caribbean 6 even if he was offered $300 million to star in the film.,Given 
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales ended with Henry’s story largely wrapped up, the potential for Thwaites’ franchise return does seem low, especially with the main sequel setup centering on the return of Bill Nighy’s Davy Jones and Jack setting off for new adventures aboard the 
Black Pearl. Additionally, with Thwaites’ schedule currently tied up with HBO Max’s 
Titans series, he may not be able to lead another blockbuster franchise. While audiences await word on what the future holds for the franchise, they can revisit the previous 
Pirates of the Caribbean movies streaming on Disney+ now.,More: Depp’s Fee Proves Pirates of the Caribbean 6 Would Have Failed,Source: The Cosmic Circus