For better or worse (and according to most, it is for worse), this seems to be the age of reboots and franchises. Anything that experiences mainstream success suddenly becomes a franchise, and most franchises stretch far beyond what someone originally intended for them. Many franchises that seemed dead in the water can also be rebooted, even if there isn’t much popular demand for them: the multiple Avatar the sequels in the works are a prime example of this.
Some time ago it was announced that Margot Robbie would be in charge of a new pirates of the Caribbean film that would be directed by a woman, which excited many fans of the franchise. Others were more skeptical, as the quality of the pirates movies has gone down with each subsequent entry. However, Robbie recently revealed that she thinks the movie is dead in the water, as the production was basically going nowhere. while restarting pirates of the Caribbean Again, it might not be the best idea, there’s still a way Robbie could bring a female-led pirate movie to the big screen, just without the hand of Disney.
While some were excited to see Jack Sparrow back in action, much of the positive response surrounding the initial announcement was about the idea of a female-led pirate movie. Pirates are popular, especially among show how Our flag means death launching the pirate genre to new heights, and it would be a lot of fun to have a show about a band of female pirates sailing the high seas. In fact, it would be better to make that film not be attached to pirates of the Caribbeansince it gives them more creative freedom so they don’t have to be tied to that world and its tradition.
This hypothetical show headlined by Robbie would be perfect as a standalone property. They wouldn’t have to worry about working within Disney guidelines and would be free to get as violent or gritty as they wanted (if that was part of the vision), and they wouldn’t have to worry about connecting the story to the story. pirates movies in a way that feels forced and convoluted. If it existed on its own, it could be her own exciting story instead of becoming a mediocre pirates of the Caribbean movie that not up to the standards of the first three films they are very dear. It would actually work the advantage of this potential show to not be tied to pirates of the CaribbeanIn more ways than one.
trying to make a pirates The movie would now be a disaster due to the recent series of controversies surrounding its star. The Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial was one of the biggest talking points in the entertainment industry this year and generated many mixed and volatile opinions online. Depp has fallen out of favor in the eyes of many, and thus try to relaunch pirates of the Caribbean with him at the helm it could be a very difficult undertaking. There is a possibility that any new pirates movies involving Margot Robbie would be tainted by her involvement with the original franchise and Johnny Depp, so it’s almost better to let it stand on its own.
There are plenty of people who would love to see a women’s movie about pirates, but that same demographic probably doesn’t want to see Depp on screen anymore after all he’s been involved with, both this year and in the past. Robbie has a much better chance of making a good movie if he doesn’t have anything to do with the baggage related to the previous one. pirates of the Caribbean films. She has her own production company, LuckyChap Entertainment, which focuses on films directed by womenso it would almost make more sense to make a pirate movie without Disney’s involvement.
In general, it would be great to have more films that are not under the purview of Disney and do original stories independent of a franchise. Breaking ties with Disney for this project would give Robbie the opportunity to do things he couldn’t do with Disney, and would allow the story to stand on its own and not get caught up in the shadow of the pirates of the Caribbean franchise, Both good and bad. There’s just too much controversy surrounding its main star at the moment, not to mention that the most recent entries in the franchise haven’t been received in a positive light. She may be out of her control, and she may not want to continue with the female-led pirate movie, but it would be to her advantage to make the movie (or at least one like it) without Disney’s control.