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Margot Robbie will star in the new Pirates of the Caribbean movie. The screenplay for the movie is written by Birds of Prey’s screenwriter Christina Hodson.

Pirates of the Caribbean, starring Johnny Depp – Pirates of the Caribbean, managed to become one of the most successful series of all time at the box office, reaching high revenue figures, but the latest movies of the series were disappointing. When the falling revenue figures were added as Depp became a controversial figure recently, Disney decided to go back to the series for the series.

Accordingly, it was agreed with the creator of the Chernobyl series, Craig Mazin, to prepare a cycle to take the series in a new direction. It has been announced that Mazin will rewrite the screenplay for the re-cycle with Ted Elliott, the screenwriter of the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie.

Two Pirates of the Caribbean Movies are Prepared at the Same Time

As the work for this re-cycle by Mazin and Elliott continues, a second Pirates of the Caribbean movie is on the way. This second project is written by Christina Hodson, who is known as the screenwriter of films such as Birds of Prey and Bumblebee, as well as the script of remarkable films in the Batgirl and The Flash preparation phase.

It is stated that this new film, which Hodson will write his script, will not be connected with the old series, but instead will tell a brand new story inspired by the Disneyland attraction that originated from that series. Although the details of this story are not known for now, the name that will play the leading role in the new series has also been determined.

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According to the news of The Hollywood Reporter, the successful actor Margot Robbie will be starring in the new Pirates of the Caribbean movie. The film will reunite Margot Robbie and Christina Hodson, who previously worked together in Birds of Prey, who also launched the Lucky Exports Pitch program to open up more women writers.

 

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