Bruckheimer Hints About "Pirates" Spinoffs

by | May 11, 2007 | Comments

It’s been well-reported that Johnny Depp would have no problem staying on with the "Pirates of the Caribbean" movies, and it seems like producer Jerry Bruckheimer just might have a few tricks up his sleeve.

Apparently the original trilogy will remain a self-possessed unit, but that doesn’t mean there couldn’t be a few spinoff titles. Here’s what the producer told The Herald Sun: "This is the end [of the current trilogy], but whether one of the characters or a couple of the characters continue on, it’s a possibility … Certainly, in a moment at the end of the film there is a hope that something else might happen."

That seems to be about all the tidbits J.B. will divulge regarding future "Pirates" plans, but come on. We’re all experienced movie geeks. If you think this franchise is going to stop at only three mega-profitable flicks, you’re nuts!

Having said that, here are a few suggestions: "Pintel & Righetti Go to White Castle," "The Snooty Adventures of Commodore Norrington," "Mr. & Mrs. Davy Jones," and "King Kong vs. The Kraken."


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