Margot Robbie will lead a women’s front pirates of the Caribbean Disney movie franchise, with all the new characters in a new adventure.
The actress meets Birds of prey writer Christina Hodson for the film, according to Hollywood reporterwhich will be a separate project from the reboot you are currently devising Pirates writer Ted Elliott and ChernobylAward-winning creator Craig Mazin.
Plot details have yet to be released, but the film will not be a spin-off of the long-running franchise that follows Johnny Depp’s infamous pirate Jack Sparrow on many sword-and-sword adventures.
Pirate caribbean long-term Producer Jerry Bruckheimer is also linked to the project.
Along with their collaboration in Birds of prey, Robbie and Hodson recently launched the Lucky Pits Pitch Program, which is an initiative aimed at getting more writers who identify women to be hired by studios to write action-focused movies.
Meanwhile, Robbie, who has her own production company LuckyChap Entertainment, enjoyed an acclaimed start in 2020 after being nominated for a second Academy Award for her role as fictional character Kayla Popsil in Bomb.
The 29-year-old star was also twice nominated for a BAFTA award in the same category in February, in which she ran for ‘Best Supporting Actress’ for Bomb and her role as Sharon Tate in Once upon a time in Hollywood.
Robbie will appear later in James Gunn’s The suicide squad sequel as he reprises his role as Harley Quinn.
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