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Pirates of the Caribbean 5
Release Date: TBA
Genres: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Historical, Sequel
Production Phase: Script Stage
Studio: Walt Disney Pictures Production Company: Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Who's Making It: Terry Rossio (Screenwriter), Jerry Bruckheimer (Producer),
Saturday, January 12, 2013
Screenwriter Jeff Nathanson has been commissioned to develop and write the screenplay for Pirates of the Caribbean 5. Details on what Nathanson's storyline would be about were not revealed, nor was an anticipated release date for the sequel.
Nathanson's best known work is likely the screenplay for Steven Spielberg's Catch Me if You Can. He's also written the script for Speed 2: Cruise Control, The Terminal, Rush Hour 3, and most recently, Tower Heist.- Walt Disney Pictures. Comment on this Scoop (0)
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
The script is in for Pirates of the Caribbean 5. So says The Hollywood Reporter which states that Terry Rossio turned in the draft this past weekend to his bosses at Walt Disney Pictures. The magazine also states that their ears have heard Disney would like On Stranger Tides director Rob Marshall back for his second sail with Captain Jack Sparrow. Producer Jerry Bruckheimer is already a given.
But what about Johnny Depp, Mr. Pirate himself? He's the one that wants to put the brakes on for a bit. While he still wants to make more Pirates movies, "It's not something where I would say, 'Let's shoot it next month to get it out by Christmas 2012,'" the actor tells the Reporter. "We should hold off for a bit. They should be special, just like they are special to me."- The Hollywood Reporter. Comment on this Scoop (0)
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
While we're still almost two months away from seeing Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, the producer of the swashbuckling series has confirmed that a screenplay is being presently written for Pirates of the Caribbean 5.
The news broke in an interview with Jerry Bruckheimer for USA Today. All the producer said was that the story is in "the works" and no details were given about what the setting or adventure would entail.- USA Today. Comment on this Scoop (0)