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Watch: Extended Super Bowl Spot for 'Pirates: Dead Men Tell No Tales'

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February 5, 2017
Source: YouTube

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

"The dead have taken command of the sea." Disney has unveiled a brand new, extended Super Bowl TV spot for Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, the latest epic Pirates sequel bringing back Captain Jack for another adventure. This one is directed by the two Norwegian filmmakers who made the fantastic film Kon-Tiki. The first teaser was all about introducing Javier Bardem as Captain Salazar, but this time we get a few good shots of Geoffrey Rush back as Barbossa coming face-to-face with Salazar. The full cast includes Brenton Thwaites, Kaya Scodelario, Orlando Bloom, David Wenham, Kevin McNally, Golshifteh Farahani + other surprises from past films. They're obviously still keeping Johnny Depp out of these trailers as much as possible, it seems, but he finally shows up in this one. Have a look.

Here's the extended spot for Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, from YouTube:

You can see the teaser trailer for Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales here, for more.

Captain Jack Sparrow finds the winds of ill-fortune blowing even more strongly when deadly ghost pirates led by his old nemesis, the terrifying Captain Salazar, escape from the Devil's Triangle, determined to kill every pirate at sea… including him. Captain Jack's only hope of survival lies in seeking out the legendary Trident of Poseidon, a powerful artifact that bestows upon its possessor total control over the seas. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is co-directed by Norwegian filmmakers Joachim Rønning & Espen Sandberg, of Max Manus: Man of War, Kon-Tiki, and "Marco Polo" previously. The screenplay is written by Jeff Nathanson (The Terminal, Rush Hour 3, Tower Heist), based on the characters from the original Pirates of the Caribbean movie. Disney will release the sequel Dead Men Tell No Tales in theaters everywhere starting May 26th this summer. So is anyone actually looking forward to seeing this?

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  • ain't no fun. ain't no scare. ain't no originality. ain't no watching it.
  • Trix256
    I'll be watching. Love these movies! A pirates life for me...
    • grimjob
      I think they're fun, although I didn't like the last one. At all.
  • grimjob
    I'll check it out. Expectations are in check, and I love Geoffrey Rush.
    • DAVIDPD
      The ILM effects will be worth it. I remember seeing that tentacle beard and thinking, "This is the best it's ever going to get."
      • grimjob
        Yeah, that thing looked amazing.
    • RAW_D
      Glad you specified "Expectations are in check" LOL
      • grimjob
        I'm no fool, I know what these movies are.
  • Just not really sure it won't be a 2 hour trailer where nothing happens like the last 90 Pirates films they've made.
  • shiboleth
    Johnny Depp needs a good film. As far as I can say, this the only sense of this ...
    • Bo
      Same as with the car crash chase movie and Ms. Theron. Money. Big money. Depp will earn another 50 plus million for this thing. He's already worth over 400 million due to these pirate movies. Great, eh?
      • shiboleth
        I understand it's business, but I'm starting to despise the whole thing, more and more. Not that I miss creativity (which, of course, I also do), but I miss the prospect where films and producers get more involved in something more socially important then using people's thirst for shallow stories. Yeah, let me finish here or I just wouldn't stop a long rant, right? Cheers ...
        • Bo
          Yea, I certainly am with you here shiboleth. These big crowd pleasing moronic movies have ruined cinema in my opinion. Still, there are films being made that don't cater to the crowds and the desire to make big money. I just watched 45 Years the other night with Charolette Rampling and Tom Courteney playing a couple who has been married for...well...45 years. Very heavy, very thoughtful film that takes a look very honesty into the human condition and love and marriage and secrets. Well worth the watch. Later gator.
          • shiboleth
            Oh, I have heard about that film as much as I have heard, long time ago, about Charlotte Rampling. And yes, it's on my radar. I do believe it's good since all I here about it are good things. But I also have, let's say, something like my viewing program and it is pretty diversified in many ways. For example, I saw few days ago an old classic from the era of silent films, that German masterpiece from Fritz Lang, 'Metropolis'. I have to tell you, to watch a silent film for two hours in 2017., it is a crazy experience. But, why I did it? Well, I never watched it integrally and I finally wanted to do it. And I liked it. All I want to say is that I don't just take what ongoing film production brings me, I just watch films as I feel pleased since there's huge amount of either good or classic films I like to see. At some point, you will remember, I guess, I saw that distinguished film from Denis Villeneuve, 'Incendices' (great film, no question about it) that you recommended. Believe me, I was going to see it without your thoughtful recommendation, but definitely would wait longer to do it without you. That's another way for me to see a good film, since, I also listen to wise people, huh? So, I'm not worried about those moronic film projects, there are all around us, but are also easy forgettable. Yes, I do also think they destroy the culture around us that some of us deem worthy of preserving. But I don't thing they will succeed. One of the best weapons against it is just us being what we are. And I think that one is unbeatable. Huh, what do you say? Cheers Bo ...
          • Bo
            Hey, shiboleth. Good post/reply, as always. Glad you liked the silent Fritz Lang film, Metropolis. I must have seen it way, way back like 45 years ago, so my memory of it is vague. Old movies, silent movies are not my cup of tea. I like very few of them. To Have and Have Not with Bogart and Becall is a favorite old flick of mine, but they are few and far between. Most of my favorite films didn't come out until the early 60's. Like The Hustler with Paul Newman. Great film. Slender in the Grass with Warren Beatty. Of course, now that I think of it early Brando films were amazing. On The Waterfront is hard to beat. Amazing film and directed with genius. Streetcar Named Desire one of the greatest also. Both of these were in the early '50s as you no doubt know. Exceptions to the rule for me though. Viva Zapata with Brando being directed by Kazan is also very good. Those two guy made 3 great movies together back then. Again, exceptions to the rule of most films of that era...to me... Glad you watched and liked Incendies. It's really the only film of Villeneuve's that I really like. I suppose I liked quite a bit of Sicaro, but it had problems that kept throwing me out of the movie. Prisoners I thought was mediocre, at best, and Arrival I walked out on after 20 minutes even though I snuck in to watch it after I'd seen Elle. Maybe going from Elle to a thing like Arrival just didn't match up for me. I've no problem with that as Elle is interesting, different, French and all the things American movies like Arrival are not!!...lol...later gator. Cheers!
  • DAVIDPD
    The special effects are the selling point for me. Looks like a ** affair, in every other sense.
  • RAW_D
    This one is a solid "NO" for me. I think the world they've built is fantastic, the spectacle is amazing, it's just that the subject matter is now tired and run down. Let's resurrect Treasure Planet as a live action movie! Now THAT would be cool!
  • Steven Lewis
    Would of loved to have said great, but looks as bad as the last. Great pity.
  • Akirakorn
    "They're obviously still keeping Johnny Depp out of these trailers as much as possible"... ...and Orlando Bloom out of the movies altogether. Poor Orlando. Honestly, if Depp wasn't returning and they went back to just Bloom and Knightley's story I'd be interested.

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