'Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides' Banner is Packing Heat!
Though we've already seen a couple of trailers for the fourth installment in this swashbuckling franchise, the most exciting news on Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, from my own perspective, is the addition of Hans Zimmer and Mexican guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela joining forces to compose the score for the movie. Now we have a promo banner for this that features Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow with both guns drawn like a high seas gangster. Meanwhile, the sea behind him is full of fire and chaos as pirate ships and their crews battle for their lives. I can't say it gets me excited for the sequel, but it is a cool banner.
Here's the new banner courtesy of Empire (click for a larger version):
Jack Sparrow (Depp) and Barbossa (Rush) embark on a quest to find the elusive fountain of youth hinted at the end of At World's End, only to learn that Blackbeard (McShane) and his daughter are after it, too.
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is directed by Oscar nominated director Rob Marshall, whose only previous directing credits are Chicago, Memoirs of a Geisha and the musical Nine. The screenplay was once again written by franchise regulars Ted Elliott & Terry Rossio, based on Tim Power's book On Stranger Tides. Disney is bringing Pirates of the Caribbean 4 to theaters in 3D starting on May 20th next summer.
Reader Feedback - 6 Comments
I always fell asleep wile watching the past 3, there was always a moment wen i fell't i'de had enough cannon balls...
Andresfsanc on Mar 8, 2011
I thought Pirates 4 will be more "quiet", but from this banner it looks very "loud". Yep, it's my day: I can transform any word into an adjective and I can use it in any context I want if I use quotation marks :)) Anyway I'm very excited about Pirates 4!
Anonymous on Mar 8, 2011
it isnt half bad could have been blended bit better but oh well
A5J4DX on Mar 8, 2011
please let it be more like the first one, please!
Anonymous on Mar 8, 2011
Can never go wrong w more Jack Sparrow but I hate that bloody little monkey.
DwainIBe on Mar 9, 2011
I loved the previous three Pirates movies. This is just the role of a lifetime for Depp and it always shows how much he loves his character, which ultimately makes me enjoy the movies as well. He has the great opportunity to act out every child's fantasy and I can feel like a child when I watch these movies. Win/win! Well, he -does- dress like a pirate in real life, so maybe he isn't even really "acting" all that much. 😉
Anonymous on Mar 9, 2011
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