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In this clip from Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, we are introduced to Captain Blackbeard, the most feared Pirate on the seas. As many have said, Ian McShane is born for this role. May 20th is almost here, … Continue reading
Disney has released a special extended clip of the Cliff Jumping scene from Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. This looks to be quite a bit into the movie, so be warned, here be spoilers: Ian McShane was born … Continue reading
The closer we get to May 20th the louder the drum beat gets for the return of Captain Jack Sparrow and the rest of the Pirates of the Caribbean crew, minus a few key cast members. This time they’re hunting … Continue reading
While the fourth movie in the Pirates of the Caribbean series features the iconic character of Captain Jack Sparrow, most of the rest of the cast is brand spankin’ new. Therefore Disney has started an early press campaign with a … Continue reading