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Pirates of the Caribbean franchise
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Producer:: Jerry Bruckheimer
Director:: Gore Verbinski
Starring: Johnny Depp
Kiera Knightly
Orlando Bloom

Pirates of the Caribbean is a franchise owned by Walt Disney Co. It consists of an amusement park ride at Disneyland and three excellent films:

The Curse of the Black Pearl

The Curse of the Black Pearl is the first film in the Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy.

Cast

Main Characters

  • Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow
  • Orlando Bloom as William Turner
  • Kiera Knightly as Elizabeth Swann
  • Geoffrey Rush as Hector Barbossa
  • Jack Davenport as James Norrington

Plot 1

Jack Sparrow, a pirate in the Caribbean, is trying to take back his ship, the Black Pearl, from his mutinous first mate, Barbossa. He makes his way to Port Royal, where Will Turner is trying to "woo" Elizabeth Swann, the governor's daughter. However, the Black Pearl attacks Port Royal and kidnaps Ms. Swann, prompting Will and Jack to team up to find the ship. They pick up a ship and a crew in the pirate port Tortuga and sail to the Isla de Muerta, where the Black Pearl supposedly sails from.

Dead Man's Chest

Dead Man's Chest is the second installment in the blockbuster trilogy Pirates of the Caribbean.

New Characters 1

  • Bill Nighy as Davy Jones
  • Tom Hollander as Lord Cutler Beckett
  • Naomi Harris as Tia Dalma
  • Stellan Starsgard as "Bootstrap Bill" Turner
  • Some Big CGI Thing as the Kraken

Plot 2

The film takes place as Port Royal is taken by the East India Company and its leader, Lord Cutler Beckett. [1]

At World's End

At World's End is the third and final installment in the blockbuster trilogy Pirates of the Caribbean.

New Characters 2

  • Chow Yun-Fat as Sao Feng
  • Keith Richards as Edward Teague, Jack Sparrow's father
  • A Waterfall as the Waterfall
  • CGI as a Maelstrom

Plot 3

Captain Barbossa, Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann must sail off the edge of the map, navigate treachery and betrayal, and make their final alliances for one last decisive battle. [1]

References

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