Moviehole.net talked to Terry Rossio, writer of the Pirates of the Carribbean films, who spoke about his upcoming films - and "confirmed" that he will probably be writing a Pirates of the Carribbean 4:

Tell us how Keith Richards is faring over there?

Well, you don't hire Keith Richards to get a guy who shows up in the morning, on time, wearing a suit and tie. You get a guy who shows up at night, on time, with a bottle of wine. There were good times on the set.

Online rumors say this is the final 'Pirates' movie - but I'm sure Disney has other plans. What do you think? Any more 'Pirates' movies left in you?

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It's like the fourth Indiana Jones picture - there are forces in play to make it happen, and forces in play to make it not happen. I think we will try to write a screenplay. I can't say if we'll be able to solve the challenge of making a good fourth film, or if our screenplay will be enough to get a film made.

You've been working with Sandra Bullock on a film called 'Jingle' - can we get an update on that?

Even the worst Christmas film does pretty well over the holidays, and we have a great Christmas film that nobody wants to make. Go figure.

What else have you got coming up in the near future?

Well, we've got Pirates III of course, and we're also helping out Bruckheimer with the National Treasure sequel. We [also] worked on a film coming up called The Spiderwick Chronicles. There's also a couple of producing projects -- one called Plant Life, a talking Plant movie, set up with Disney. But really what we want to do next is... a western!

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Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End arrives in theatres on May 25th, 2007.