Studio Where ‘Pirates’ Sequels Filmed Being Sued MIAMI — A Bahamian movie studio where parts of the “Pirates of the Caribbean” sequels were filmed has been sued because the company allegedly failed to make lease payments for the land it operates on.

Miami-based Gold Rock Creek Enterprises Ltd. was sued in Miami-Dade County Circuit Court by The Bahamas Films Studios Inc.

“Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” and “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End” were both filmed on the 3,500-acre property near Freeport, Michael Singer, a publicist for the movies, said Tuesday.

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