Margot Robbie’s female-fronted ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ movie has been scrapped.
The 32-year-old actress admitted a “actually cool” story had been in improvement with Disney “for some time”, however that mission is now over.
She informed the brand new challenge of America’s Vainness Honest journal: “We had an thought and we had been growing it for some time, ages in the past, to have extra of a female-led – not completely female-led, however only a totally different sort of story – which we thought would’ve been actually cool, however I assume they don’t wish to do it.”
In Might, govt producer Jerry Bruckheimer – who has labored on all 5 ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ motion pictures – confirmed he was in talks with Robbie about growing one other movie within the franchise.
He mentioned: “We’re speaking to Margot Robbie. We’re growing two Pirates scripts – one along with her, one with out.”
It was first revealed in June 2020 that Robbie was set to reunite along with her ‘Birds of Prey’ author Christina Hodson for the mission.
Considered one of Robbie’s newest roles sees her star as nurse Valerie Voze, in David O. Russell’s comedy-thriller ‘Amsterdam’, and the actress not too long ago informed how she despatched the director to sleep whereas filming the movement image.
She mentioned: “Sooner or later he made me are available in to learn, like, 40 pages of dialogue. I begin to learn and he says, ‘No, no, no. Extra calm, extra relaxed’.
“So I did it once more and he was like, ‘No, no, no. I need you to learn it such as you simply took three Xanax’. I assumed to myself, ‘I’m placing him to sleep’.
“He was [drifting off] like this, so I cease and ask him if he desires me to place extra vitality into it.
“And he goes, ‘No! You’re doing it completely’. So I did the entire thing till he was absolutely asleep and loud night breathing.”
Learn the total interview with Margot in December’s challenge of Vainness Honest journal and at VanityFair.com.