‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ May Get A Reboot!

There are few franchises that have made as much money as Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean franchise that started all the way back in 2003.  However, all good things eventually come to and end, or at least get a reboot.

According to a report by Deadline, Disney is looking to possibly reboot the billion dollar franchise with Deadpool writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. 

It is still very early in the planning process but it is being reported that Pirates producer Jerry Bruckheimer is said to continue producing this new rebooted franchise.  However, it is too early to know if Johnny Depp will be playing the beloved Captain Jack Sparrow.

What do you think of this potential reboot?  Should Disney go through with it, make another sequel, or just let the franchise lie?  Leave a comment below and let’s make a discussion out of it.

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Author: Kylan Riley

I am a regular person who has a burning passion for movies. For as long as I can remember I have always been a fan of watching movies, and staying up to date on movie related current events. I made Reel Movie News in the hopes of creating a community of movie fans, like myself, that love movies and want stay up to date on current events and discuss movie related topics in a safe and fun environment.

2 thoughts on “‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ May Get A Reboot!”

  1. The Pirates movies started out with a bang but went beyond the acceptable level of cheesiness into the realm of ridiculous. Leave it alone!

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    1. I think the studio knows this which is why they are looking at a reboot. While the franchise has made money, with each installment the numbers have gotten lower. I love the first movie, I like the other two that followed a lot as well. But after that it did get pretty bad.

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