The first film in the series turns 20 this year and helped launch Knightley’s career.
Keira Knightley ruled out a return to the film saga Pirates of the Caribbeansaying that he would not want to change his character’s departure in the series.
The actress, who recently premiered The Boston Strangler, stated that she is happy with the way her franchise character, Elizabeth Swann, ended her part in the story. Entertainment Tonight he asked Knightley about the potential for her comeback, to which she replied: “I mean, it sailed really well. She sailed in brilliant style.”
The first film in the series turns 20 this year and helped launch Knightley’s career along with his early work as Bend It Like Beckham. However, he admitted that he doesn’t remember “much” about the movie, because it came at a crucial and incredibly busy point in his career.
From the first movie Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black PearlHe said: “In a way, it kind of launched me from a rocket, really, as far as my career goes. That year it was Bend It Like Beckham, Love Actually and Pirates of the Caribbean.”
“So, they ask me about all three. Unfortunately, I was 16 and 17, so I don’t remember much of that, but yeah, it was certainly a great year for me.”
Keira’s comments came just days after the producer Jerry Bruckheimer admit that he “would love” to bring back Johnny Depp like Captain Jack Sparrow. Asked at the Oscars if there would be a return in the sixth Pirates movie for Depp, Bruckheimer said: “I would love to have him in the movie, that’s all I can tell you.”
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