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Jerry Bruckheimer Considers More 'Pirates' Films

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May 10, 2007 | 11:08am EDT

Movie mogul Jerry Bruckheimer is planning further Pirates of the Caribbean sequels, although they may not star Johnny Depp.

The third film in the Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy, At World's End, will be released later this month, and Bruckheimer is already considering the idea of spin-off movies.

He tells Australian newspaper The Herald Sun, "This is the end (of the trilogy), but whether one of the characters or a couple of the characters continue on, it's a possibility.

"Certainly, in a moment at the end of the film there is a hope that something else might happen."

Pirates of the Caribbean regular Geoffrey Rush believes another sequel is likely, although they might not necessarily star Depp.

He adds, "Inevitably they may think about it, but Johnny may say, 'Pah, I've burnt out Jack. I couldn't go there again.' Or he may not.

"I certainly know he wouldn't say, 'Hey, treble my fee and I'll do it.'"

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