BREAKING: Redhead Auction Scene in Pirates of the Caribbean Getting Politically Correct Makeover

The group of women auctioned off at a scene on Walt Disney World’s classic Pirates of the Caribbean ride will make way for a redhead woman toting a rifle, the company announced Thursday as it plans for a refurbishment in 2018.

Disney plans to update the auction scene, according to the official Disney Parks Blog, as it also makes changes on the ride at one of Disney’s international parks.

Disney plans to debut the character Captain Hector Barbossa at its Disneyland Paris’ Pirates of the Caribbean Ride ride starting July 24 as the ride gets a makeover with new animatronics figures, costumes, special effects, lighting and sound.

Marty Sklar, former creative executive with Walt Disney Imagineering, said it was “like a theatre show with a new act.”

“Pirates of the Caribbean has always represented great Disney Park storytelling; it has set the standard for the theme park industry for half a century,” said Sklar said in a statement. “But it’s a story you can continue to add fun to, with great characters in new performances.”

Barbossa become a regular part of the Orlando ride in 2006 as Walt Disney World unveiled the grand reopening of the classic ride.

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