The Guardian is reporting the Australian government has given the green light to provide $20.2 million in tax incentives for Dead Men Tells No Tales. This film will take the place of the 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea remake which has been delayed. Details can be found here.
Could Johnny Depp be walking the plank Down Under?
The Australian film industry is a buzz with the news that location scouts for the fifth Pirates Of The Caribbean movie – Dead Men Tell No Tales – have been spotted in Queensland.
The pair of representatives from the Johnny Depp-starring blockbuster production were seen getting a guided tour around Village Roadshow Studios on the Gold Coast and are said to still be in the country.
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Pirates of Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales — set to return Johnny Depp to the Capt. Jack Sparrow role — finally has a release date: July 7, 2017.
The fifth installment in Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean franchise was to have been released in summer 2015, but was delayed in order to work on the script.
Keith Richards will once again step into the boots of Captain Teague, MailOnline can exclusively reveal.
The Rolling Stones musician is set to reprise his role as Captain Jack Sparrow’s father in Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.
‘After months of talks, Keith has signed on to rejoin Johnny Depp in this fifth Pirates film,’ a source tells MailOnline. ‘Cameras are scheduled to start rolling in October.’
Also, Christopher Waltz may plan villain Captain Brand, MailOnline has learned.
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Joachim Ronning’s and Espen Sandberg’s Pirates of the Caribbean 5 is well underway according to sources; even if rumours started swirling in Sept. that the writers are having problems with the script. The film, titled “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” will be released in 2016.
BREAKING: Disney has moved off its summer, 2015 release date with Pirates of The Caribbean 5, and the studio is now looking at dates for summer 2016.
The fifth Pirates Of The Caribbean movie is scheduled to be released in 2015, which will likely go down in history as the biggest box office year ever based on all the blockbusters lined up to be released. Before today, everyone was calling the fifth Pirates sequel Pirates Of The Caribbean 5, but now an official name has been revealed.