After the defame trial verdict came in favor of Johnny Depp, the actor heaved a sigh of relief.

Apparently Amber Heard had a $100 million counterclaim against Johnny Depp. Due to which Depp's career was on the verge of ending.

Big studios and producers started pulling back from taking Johnny Depp in their films.

The result was that Johnny Depp was kicked out of Pirates of the Caribbean, one of Disney's most successful film franchises.

Even Johnny Depp was dropped from Warner Bros' Wizard World's Fantastic Beasts film series in 2020.

Now the question arises that after the court's verdict in favor of Johnny Depp, will he return to the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise?

Now that Johnny Depp wins a $50 million defamation lawsuit, his chances of returning to Pirates of the Caribbean increase.

Because under the leadership of Johnny Depp, the Pirates of the Caribbean film series has achieved immense success.

The transparency that Johnny Depp brings to his portrayal of Jack Sparrow in Pirates of the Caribbean is commendable.

Thanks to Johnny Depp, the Pirates of the Carribean franchise has been a huge hit. All the 5 released films have earned more than $4.5 billion at the box office.

Even fans have made it clear that if Johnny Depp doesn't return to Pirates of the Caribbean, they won't make it to theaters to watch the movie.

In such a situation, Disney will only ax its foot by not keeping Johnny Depp from Pirates of the Caribbean.