Never underestimate Captain Jack Sparrow is the lesson we think you’ll take away from this exclusive new deleted scene from ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge’. It shows Brenton Thwaites’s Henry Turner threatening Johnny Depp’s boozy pirate with a sword to try get him to help break his father’s curse. Sparrow decides it’s time to teach the young whippersnapper a lesson, helping him to adjust his grip on the sword along with the positioning of the blade, before it quickly becomes clear that it’s another lesson entirely being taught to the son of Orlando Bloom’s Will Turner.
The visual effects company on 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar's Revenge' explain how the lessons they learned on 'Terminator Genisys' improved the "youthification" process that regressed Johnny Depp back to his prime.
Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer’s 5th film in the Pirates franchise, Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales , has crossed the $500M mark worldwide in its 2nd frame. While the movie saw some wind taken out of its sails overseas with Wonder Woman swooping in this session, there was cannon fodder left in the Johnny Depp-starrer as it added $73.8M in 54 markets at the international box office. The offshore cume is now $386.6M and the global total $501.2M. It's now the…
Strong international numbers, especially in China, have powered Disney’s “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” past the $500 million at the global box office. The fifth installment in the franchise opened at No. 1 at the domestic box office during what was the slowest Memorial Day Weekend in nearly two decades. In... Read more »
While the domestic box office is experiencing a major slump, Disney stands out as the studio with the mostest — as of Tuesday morning, Disney crossed the $3 billion mark in global box office. About two thirds of those ticket sales have from from the international box office, $1.9 billion, while domestic grosses account for $1.1 billion. The movie... Read more »
The tepid reaction to 'Pirates 5' and the star's involvement in Universal's Dark Universe follows a slew of films that were either ignored, derided or worse.
Jerry Bruckheimer says he wouldn't want to make a 'Pirates of the Caribbean' film without the series' most enduring stars.
Disney chief Bob Iger confirmed the company received a threat from cybercriminals who claimed to have stolen the digital copy of a movie — but that the studio believes the claims were false. “To our knowledge we were not hacked,” Iger said in an interview with Yahoo Finance published Thursday. “We had a threat of a hack... Read more »
'Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar's Revenge' producer (and Hollywood icon) Jerry Bruckheimer has revealed how Paul McCartney ended up in the fifth Pirates movie, with help from Johnny Depp.