We already know to steer clear of zombies—and so does Capt. Jack Sparrow. But keeping away from mermaids isn't something we're usually warned against. The newest trailer for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stanger Tides, however, shows that a pretty face can be just as dangerous as a rotting one!
We've been seeing plenty of trailers for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides pop up, but how about a look at an extended scene so we can get a real idea of what the movie's action scenes will be like?
The folks at Disney are either overconfident or simply delirious. Pirates of the Caribbean 4 hasn't even opened in theaters, yet they already have a script for its sequel. Yes, Pirates 5 is on the way and the only one who can stop this thing is Jack Sparrow himself—Johnny Depp.
Every year, we see another round of movie posters for sci-fi's summer blockbusters, and every year they try to make the advertised flicks sound better than they have any right to sound. Luckily, someone just decided to tell the truth about what you'll see after you plunk down your money. (And as you'd expect, it's not the studios.)
A week ago, Disney released a one-minute clip of Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. Knowing they needed to release another clip, the PR team must have asked themselves, "What can be even better than one minute?" They answered, "Two minutes. And Penelope Cruz in a bodice."
If you're thinking it might be a good idea to mutiny against Blackbeard, you'd better check the latest teaser for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, which unleashes the pirate's dark fury aboard the Queen Anne's Revenge. His solution to Jack Sparrow's uprising is definitely creative ...
There hasn't been much information about director Rob Marshall's Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides movie, but What's Playing uncovered a few details about how the opening scene will play out (minor spoiler ahead):
We may have to wait eight months until Pirates of the Caribbean 4: On Stranger Tides hits theaters, but we can take a look at more of the dirty doings on the set right now. (And by dirty we don't mean NSFW—we mean these people need a shower!)
Beatrice Delap , a nine-year-old student at Meridian Primary School, wanted to stage a mutiny against her teachers and so wrote a letter asking Johnny Depp for help. Having been nine-year-old students ourselves, we know EXACTLY how she feels. But the thing is, we never got a surprise visit from Jack Sparrow out of it!
Teaser posters popped up online today for two of 2011's most eagerly awaited blockbusters—Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides and Cowboys & Aliens. One glows blue, the other glints silver. But which one actually works?
If the only reason you plan to hit theaters when Tron: Legacy opens this weekend is because you're hoping to catch the first official Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides trailer (because why else would you go?)—why wait?
If you've seen the third Pirates of the Caribbean movie, At World's End, you know that Captain Jack Sparrow fled to seek the Fountain of Youth. Good news: Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides director Rob Marshall now reveals what happens next.