Out doing promotions for “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” last year, Johnny Depp indicated he’d be keen on going ahead with further sequels beyond the third film with his Jack Sparrow character.
A year on, he hasn’t changed his mind.
The actor tells The Telegraph: “I’m the luckiest guy in the world to have had such a great experience. If I walk away from Jack now, I’ll walk away with some amazing memories. But At World’s End leaves open the possibility of a fourth or fifth movie, which I wouldn’t be opposed to on an actor level because I feel there is a lot more territory to explore with Captain Jack.”
Why do more sequels? “I’ve never really felt I’m done with playing the character, so why shouldn’t we try a fourth and a fifth?.” Depp is presently finishing up Tim Burton’s film adaptation of “Sweeney Todd” in London.