After deciding not to star in the fourth installment of the pirates film series, the husband of Miranda Kerr admits he misses to work on the franchise and might return if he gets an offer.
Orlando Bloom has made an admission that he wants to return to the "Pirates of the Caribbean" film franchise. The actor who plays Will Turner in the Johnny Depp-starring movie series has passed on the fourth installment and now he confessed that he misses to work with Captain Jack Sparrow and co. again.
"I was quite sad not to be in the fourth and I really miss working on them," the "Main Street" actor told Daily Star. "If they said they wanted me back, of course I'd do it. It's great to see the franchise still doing well."
Bloom did not reprise his role as Will Turner in "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" because he wanted to spend more time with his leading lady Miranda Kerr. He once also said that he was happy to move on from his famous character and said that the plot for the character has been tied up in "Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End".
During the chat with Daily Star, Bloom also shared about working on his newly released movie "The Three Musketeers". The 34-year-old actor explained how he portrayed his villainous character Duke of Buckingham in the Paul W.S. Anderson-directed adventure film.
"I didn't like the idea of wearing a wig, but I wanted to have a hairstyle that would lend itself to the period," Bloom said. "I love Teddy Boys, so that's where the quiff came from. My hair was brushed up and sprayed."
"Paul wanted us to play the characters as rockstars of our generation, and mine was [David] Bowie," he added. "Buckingham has the swagger of Ziggy Stradust and wears outrageous costumes. I my opinion, you have to own those costumes, otherwise they wear you, and then you run the risk of looking like a big tomato."