Johnny Depp may have won big in court. But middle-aged women are losing their minds over this news

The “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor has been partying it up ever since his court victory over Amber Heard.

And rumors quickly began swirling that Depp would soon be back on board as swashbuckling Jack Sparrow.

But though Depp may have won a big court victory, middle-aged women everywhere are losing it over this latest news.

You might find Johnny Depp hanging out in swanky bars and nightclubs.

You can probably find him partying in hotspots around the world.

And you will even find him on talk shows and news broadcasts talking about his big court win.

But don’t look for Johnny Depp to return any time soon – if ever — as Jack Sparrow.

A representative for Depp has denied a recent report making the rounds that the actor would be returning to the wildly popular “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise.

“This is made up,” Depp’s spokesperson recently told NBC News.

And of course, Jerry Bruckheimer, who produced the “Pirates of the Caribbean” films, recently talked to The Times about whether Depp would return.

And he made it clear the answer was a resounding “no” for now.

“Not at this point,” Bruckheimer said. “The future is yet to be decided.”

Many are saying this decision is one that will sink the franchise for good.

There have been five “Pirates of the Caribbean” movies, all of them very successful.

And all of them with Johnny Depp in the starring role.

You would think the smart money in Hollywood actually watched the Johnny Depp/Amanda Heard trial, saw the outcome, and saw and took notice of the public’s reaction to it.

As Chris Rock said, “Believe all women, except Amber Heard.”

And as the trial concluded, that seemed to be more and more the thought line that most astute legal observers had.

It appears the more Amber Heard talked, the less anyone believed her.

But that didn’t stop legendary Hollywood producer Jerry Bruckheimer, who produced all five of the “Pirates of the Caribbean” films, from weighing in, and weighing in on the side of ‘woke.’

Bruckheimer has, according to multiple reports, now made his decision about actor Johnny Depp continuing to appear in the franchise.

Depp, of course, won his defamation suit against his troubled ex-wife, the clearly disturbed actress Amber Heard over her 2018 op-ed for The Washington Post.

In that scathing article, Heard described herself as a “public figure representing domestic abuse.”

Though she didn’t name Depp in the article, he claims it cost him acting roles, including a potential appearance in a sixth “Pirates” film.

And though Depp won his suit, it appears he was right.

Though the actor has portrayed Jack Sparrow in all five movies, Bruckheimer has stuck with his decision to exclude Depp from the next installment of “Pirates.”

And not only will Depp not play the lead but to show just how ‘woke’ he is these days, Bruckheimer is potentially replacing Depp with a female lead.

“We’re talking to Margot Robbie,” he said.

The last film was 2017’s “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.”

While it has already been five years since the last “Pirates” movie, there is no doubt a sixth would fare well, with Depp playing the lead of course.

Because when it comes right down to it, there is no “Pirates of the Caribbean” without Jack Sparrow.

And as long as he’s alive and able to act, there isn’t a Jack Sparrow without Johnny Depp.

There certainly isn’t either with a female lead.

Stay tuned to Right News Wire for any updates to this ongoing story.

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