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The fourth film in the Pirates Of The Caribbean saga may have been missing a few key elements of the original films, but it did the legacy of the attraction it was based on proud. In Pirates 4, we dive … Continue reading
Update: The figures from The Hollywood Reporter appear to be international numbers. Domestically the box office was only $39 million which is only good for 3rd place. In the battle of Pirates, Pals, and Pandas the terrors of the high … Continue reading
A new segment promoting Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides has been added to World of Color at California Adventure: While I still haven’t seen World of Color in person myself, I am impressed with the way they’re able … Continue reading
Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides hoisted sail to the top spot at the box office this weekend earning $90 million in domestic sales. Add that to an additional $256.3 million overseas and you get $346.4 million worldwide. … Continue reading