One of the most awaited films of all time is the sixth part of the pirates film franchise, The Pirates Of The Caribbean Season 6. The release date of the sixth part of the franchise has not been revealed yet, but there are reports that the next sequel can be released towards the end of the year 2021. The last installment of the Pirates franchise was released in the year 2017, and here we are, after three years of the release of the last movie, without any information on the release update of the next sequel. Pirates of The Caribbean season 5 was one of the highest-grossing film of the franchise.
As of June 2020, the franchise has not yet ended and handed it to Disney. In this article, we will be discussing all the details about the sixth part of the franchise. So read the full article to ensure that you do not miss out on any information.
When Will The Pirates of The Caribbean 6 Release?
As of now, the movie is expected to be released in the next year as it was scheduled to made available to watch towards the end of the year. However, we do not have any update regarding the shooting or the details of the production of the project as the whole entertainment industry was shut down due to the coronavirus. So the fans of the franchise would have to wait for a little longer to get some details over the production status of the movie.
Expectations from the sixth part
In the month of May of this year, the executive producer of the project, Jerry Bruckheimer, revealed that as of now, according to the script they are developing, they are not sure quite what the role of Johnny Depp is going to be. He also added that the production of the movie might start soon. You are advised to visit this website frequently as we keep on uploading content related to your favorite shows, series, and movies.
The first movie was released in the year 2003 and was titled as Pirates of The Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, and the second installment was released in the year 2006 and was titled as Dead Man’s Chest. The third and the fourth part of the franchise were released in 2007 and 2011, respectively, and were titled as At World’s End and Dead Men Tell No Tales.