Margot Robbie has affirmed that designs for an additional female-centered Privateers of the Caribbean film have been rejected at Disney.

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Robbie told Vanity Fair that she had been chipping away at the new Privateers of the Caribbean film for quite a while,

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yet the venture never truly set forth since Disney apparently chose not to push ahead with it.

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"We had a thought and we were creating it for some time, a long time back, to have to a greater extent a female-drove — not absolutely female-drove

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 however an alternate sort of story — which we thought would've been truly cool

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Robbie made sense of. "However, I surmise they would rather not make it happen

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It was reported in 2020 that Robbie would be the star of another Privateers of the Caribbean film composed by Flying predators screenwriter Christina Hodson.

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The Robbie-drove highlight was not expected to be a side project of the long-running establishment but instead a unique story with new characters.

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Pirates franchise producer Jerry Bruckheimer was said to be on board to produce both this movie and a second new Pirates movie that was reported to be in the works with Chernobyl creator Craig Mazin

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The previous Pirates movies, starring Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow, grossed over $4 billion at the worldwide box office.

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