Penelope Cruz not sure about Pirates future
Penelope Cruz ''hasn't heard'' if she is going to be in the next 'Pirates of the Caribbean' movie.
The 38-year-old actress played the role of Angelica Teach in the last instalment of the franchise 'Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides' - alongside Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow - and while it is expected she may reprise her part, no one has confirmed anything to her.
She said: ''Have I heard anything? No, I haven't. I haven't read a script. I haven't heard anything. With Johnny and the director Rob Marshall, it's like anything. But I don't mean movies. I consider them my friends. And I really love them and respect them.''
Penelope admits she had a great time making the last film because she was pregnant during shooting and was happy to have the support of the cast and crew.
She told Collider.com: ''I loved making that movie. Because, Johnny is an incredible human being. He's a very good friend, and he's always been so good to me.
''And you know, that was a very special time for me because I was pregnant through the whole movie and the way Johnny and Rob were with me, the way they protected me, the way they took care of me, I will never forget in my life.''