Keira Knightley’s Character Elizabeth Swann Dead In ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales?’
There had been plenty of rumors encircling one of Hollywood’s most popular actors, Johnny Depp’s doubtful involvement in “Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” due to his marriage and other legal issues. However, now it seems the matter is gradually being redirected to Keira Knightley. Read further to know more of the rumor surrounding Knightley.
The “Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace” actress earlier stated that she would not act in any of the films of “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise as she was already packed-up with numerous projects.
A baby girl was born to Knightley and her husband James Righton, rumored to be the reasons for which she gave up “Pirates Of The Caribbean 5.” On the other hand, according to Christian Post, the entry of Kaya Scodelario has become a direct indication to the fans that the character of 30-year-old Knightley named Elizabeth Swann could be dead in the fifth sequel of “Pirates Of The Caribbean.” A rumor has surfaced that her death will probably be revealed in the movie.
A series of rumors has surfaced that claimed that Swann and Will Turner’s (character played by Orlando Bloom) son Henry, who all are grown up, will join the jolly sailor boat’s team. Henry will be on a mission to search for his father Turner who is said to have taken the curse of Davy Jones and presently the captain of The Flying Dutchman.
Other than the buzzes encircling the actors, one of the most striking rumors is that the producers have decided to take the movie “Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” closer to the first movie titled “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl,” Venture Capital Post confirmed. The producers are thinking to give a new storyline from the beginning that even could result more sequels in future.
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