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‘We’re on Team Johnny Depp’: Joe Rogan’s advice for Disney’s slumping stocks

On May 10, 2022, Joe Rogan suggested Disney bring back Johnny Depp to role in its Pirates of the Caribbean franchise in order to raise stocks. (AP Photos)

‘We’re on Team Johnny Depp’: Joe Rogan’s advice for Disney’s slumping stocks

Heather Hamilton May 12, 10:09 AMMay 12, 10:09 AM Video Embed

Podcast host Joe Rogan suggested that the Walt Disney Company could reverse its slump stocks if it were to bring back Johnny Depp to his role of Captain Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise.

Rogan offered up his unsolicited advice to the Walt Disney Company Tuesday during The Joe Rogan Experience podcast: “If Disney wanted to reclaim all the stock that they’ve lost, all the market share they’ve lost over the last couple of months, I guarantee, you say, ‘F*** it, we’re on Team Johnny Depp.’”

Disney’s shares have declined 32.1% this year. Between March and April, its stock saw a loss of around $50 billion in value as the entertainment company battled with Florida’s Republican lawmakers over the state’s Parent Rights in Education Act, branded as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill.

“I wonder if they’re gonna put [Depp] back on Pirates of the Caribbean,” Rogan said. “That would probably pump up their stock market price.”

MORE THAN 500,000 PEOPLE SIGN PETITIONS TO RESTORE DEPP AS PIRATES ACTOR

“Like, literally, that would cause their stock to rise,” he said. “If they’re [just] like, ‘You know what? We’re bringing Johnny back. We believe him.’ Hashtag believe most women.”

Rogan is not alone in his idea of seeing Depp come back as Captain Jack Sparrow. Two petitions recently gained new traction amid the actor’s defamation trial against Amber Heard.

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Depp is suing Heard for $50 million over a 2018 op-ed that he claims inferred he domestically abused her. The Pirates of the Caribbean actor said it defamed him. Heard is countersuing for $100 million.

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