Pirates of the Caribbean ride reopens at Disneyland - with a familiar face

Disneyland's "Privateers of the Caribbean" ride said "Ello, poppet" to enthusiastic parkgoers on Friday.

The ride — which has been at the California park starting around 1967 — returned to fans subsequent to being shut for support since March 4.

Fans were glad to see Johnny Depp's Captain Jack Sparrow character stay on the ride since his relationship with the mouse house turned appalling in the midst of his fight in court with ex Amber Heard.

"Beware of wily Captain Jack Sparrow from the Pirates of the Caribbean movie series as he plans to grab the treasure," said the attraction's description.

In any case, the ride's returning day was tormented for certain brief terminations.  

It opened an hour after the fact than anticipated because of park authorities apparently attempting to control swarm stream, Deadline detailed.  

"Privateers" additionally shut and resumed two times before 2 p.m., the power source detailed, while fans via web-based entertainment guaranteed there were four impermanent terminations in that time period.

A report by Australian gossip site Poptopic claimed that Depp was in talks with Disney over a $301 million deal, however his representatives dispelled the gossip on Fox News.