Johnny Depp has been playing witches, murderous barbers, pirates and chocolate factory owners / Michael Jacksons for years, in roles that require such elaborate costumes and makeup that we barely realize that it is Johnny Depp (which I think could be considered a good thing) . In other words, it has been a long time since Chocolate.

But Depp still has it. He has appeared regularly in big movies while out of his spotlight, moving more and more toward rock star Keith Richards (many bracelets, hats, shirts with wide sleeves) that were probably influenced by his most iconic role: Captain Jack Sparrow, a role he will not repeat.

Although Depp's public persona is to some extent inseparable from Jack Sparrow, the Disney people are ready to move on and leave with his clothes. The new reboot of the series, written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, who also wrote Dead Pool, will proceed Depp-less because as head of Disney film production Sean Bailey put it to The Hollywood Reporter"we want to bring a new energy and vitality.[[[[Pirates]movies, but part of the reason why Paul and Rhett are so interesting is that we want to kick our pants. And that's what I'll handle. "Captain RIP Jack.