The filming of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is expected to resume around April 15, the Gold Coast Australia after closed for several weeks after the return of the star Johnny Depp at the US production for hand surgery.
The delay was originally expected to cut two weeks of filming after producers said they would have a “minimal impact” for the shoot. This break has now spread to at least four weeks after Depp needed a pin is inserted into a finger after an accident was established in early March.
Depp his role as Captain Jack Sparrow will be repeated in the fifth installment of the franchise billion more, with Geoffrey Rush and Javier Bardem.
A spokesman for the film told THR that the resumption of filming recovery depended Depp. The filming scenes without Depp continued after his departure on March 10.
But the delay means that less than half of the current crew of 400 working in the role of big-budget Disney, the largest ever to film in Australia, have temporarily outstanding, yet to resume when filming restarts.
According to reports by Fairfax Media, “about half of the estimated 400 crew of the film said on Thursday there would be more work for at least two weeks.”
Another 14-week shoot will remain in the film, with the release date yet set on July 7, 2017.
Not everything is smooth sailing for Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. The conditions in the whole of Gold Coast are far from perfect order, and an estimated 200 crew have been temporarily Keelhauled thanks to the prolonged absence of Old Salty Dog Johnny Depp.
Fairfax production report that $ 250 million has faced delays since March 10, when Depp flew home to the United States for surgery after an injury he suffered at his side during the course of filming.
Production has continued around the absence of the star, working on scenes for which no Depp is required, but on Thursday, about half the crew of the film 400 were resigned, and said there would be ” more work “for at least two weeks.
Affected crew return to work when production resumed on April 15; was told that “the rights and annual leave” may cover part of the shortfall in revenue, but it is understood that many will have to find another job in the meantime.
Report News Limited is a bit more colorful. They argue that Depp injured his hand in a fit of rage, with one (gotta love em) source as saying that “attacked and hit a glass door” after a telephone discussion with the wife Amber Heard.
They also report that Depp, who spoke about the struggles with alcohol in the past, is undergoing “rehabilitation treatment at home” in the US, ahead of his return to Australia.happy wheels
Feb 19, 2018 0ShareShockingly movie producers get uncommon inconveniences...
Apr 10, 2017 0