Pirates of the Caribbean sails again

Los Angeles - Pirates of the Caribbean 5 will
start filming at the end of this year.
Producer Jerry Bruckheimer has revealed
the Disney franchise is due to set sail once
more in a few months' time following the
appointment of Norwegian directors
Joachim Roenning and Espen Sandberg.
Updating fans on the adventure flick's
status, Bruckheimer told Collider.com, "We
hired two young directors who did a movie
called Kon-Tiki . They just came to
Hollywood last week, they're just starting
up. We plan to start filming end of this year
or the beginning of next year."
The esteemed producer - who received a
star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame last
month - also hinted the film would explore
brand new and "exciting" horizons.
Repeated success?
Asked what he believes fans are expecting,
Bruckheimer said, "We don't know what
they want. [If I did] I'd be a genius and
every movie would be a hit, [but] it doesn't
work that way. We try to go by our gut and
figure out what's exciting; where haven't we
travelled in the past?"
Screenwriter Jeff Nathanson, the man
behind Catch Me If You Can, has penned
the feature about the misadventures of
eccentric Captain Jack Sparrow, played by
Johnny Depp.
It is thought that Penelope Cruz - who
starred as Angelica Teach in 2011's Pirates
of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides - could
return for the fifth film after Keira
Knightley and Orlando Bloom departed
following the third instalment in 2007.

Next Post »