Marking an end of an era, Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer have announced they”ll not renew their first-look deal when it expires next year
The fifth installment in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise has landed a title inspired by a line from the Disney theme park ride: Dead Men Tell No Tales.
Kon-Tiki helmers Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg have been tapped by Disney to direct the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean film, starring Johnny Depp.
Disney’s looking at Fredrik Bond, Rupert Sanders and co-directors Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg to helm the next Pirates Of The Caribbean movie.
Disney has hired Tower Heist and Catch Me If You Can screenwriter Jeff Nathanson to pen the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean film, which is set to open July 10, 2015.
Johnny Depp will play Captain Jack Sparrow once again in the new walkthrough attraction at Disney’s Hollywood Studios called “The Legend of Captain Jack Sparrow.”
Jerry Bruckheimer talks about trimming the budget of Disney’s The Lone Ranger by combining shooting locations and delaying some payments, and explains how a schedule change might actually help the movie.
Johnny Depp is rumored to be close to finalizing a deal to star in the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean movie, pending his approval of the script.
Tim Burton tops a rumored shortlist of directors that Disney is looking at to take over Pirates of the Caribbean should Rob Marshall not return for the next movie.
Much has been made by the press and people inside the industry about the “death of 3D,” as forecast by this weekend’s lower-than-expected take for 3D screenings of Pirates of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides: People didn’t want to watch Johnny Depp acting camp right in front of their faces! It’s the end of 3D cinema! It’s not, of course. But here’s the thing: If that is really the lesson that movie executives are taking away from the low box office last weekend, then the end of 3D really might be around the corner.
Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides dominates the box office in its opening weekend, with $90 million in tickets sold domestically and more than $340 million worldwide.
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides makes a few missteps, but is overall a worthwhile and welcome return for the Disney franchise.