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‘Star Wars: Episode IX’ Has Already Shot Its First Scene, Colin Trevorrow Reveals Colin Trevorrow is still a long way’s away from starting shooting on “Star Wars: Episode IX,” but he says that a scene for his film was already shot by Rian Johnson during filming of the next entry in the galactic saga, “The Last Jedi.” In an interview with MTV for his latest movie, “The Book of Henry,” Trevorrow said he asked Johnson to film a certain scene for “Episode IX,” though whether this was for creative or logistical reasons was unclear. Also Read: 'Star Wars Episode IX' Will Handle Leia 'With Love And Respect,'

The Ultimate Dwayne Johnson and Alexandra Daddario Memorial Day Movie Showdown By Justin Cox San Andreas vs. Baywatch. Let’s settle this. Memorial Day Weekend is a time to celebrate sacrifice, freedom, and the best humanity has to offer.

Pirates of the Caribbean 5: Geoffrey Rush Loved Barbossa Twist [This post contains major SPOILERS for Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.] – Geoffrey Rush reveals his thoughts on the Barbossa twist in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. The fifth installment in the long-running Pirates of the Caribbean franchise arrived this weekend, and it has already run up quite the take at the global box office, though it’s domestic gross hasn’t quite lived up to expectations. The long-awaited Pirates sequel saw the return of ...Click to continue reading Pirates of the Caribbean 5: Geoffrey Rush Loved Barbossa Twist

Pirates of the Caribbean 5 Sets Course for $275 Million Global Debut Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is headed for a massive $275 million worldwide opening. The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise has always been enormous at the worldwide box office, with the first four films taking in $3.7 billion in total ticket sales. The biggest grosser of those four films was 2006’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest which finished with $1.066 billion, a hair ahead of 2011’s On Stranger Tides which made $1.045 billion.

Who Exactly Is Sir Paul McCartney Playing In ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales?’ Disney This post contains spoilers for Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, so read on with caution, mateys. The time has come for the latest Pirates Of The Caribbean film to hit theaters and for Johnny Depp to break out his Captain Jack Sparrow schtick once again. While people are a little bit confused about why this film exists, the allure of the high seas is pretty strong, so it’s bound to carry the holiday weekend. Part of that allure? Finding out who the heck Sir Paul McCartney is playing.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Spoilers Discussion While our readers are already talking about Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales in the comments section of our Pirates of the Caribbean 5 review, this is the place where you can discuss spoilers and credits scenes reveals without worrying about ruining the latest entry in the long-running franchise. for people who haven’t seen it yet. If you’re posting comments here, assume that anyone in the conversation has seen Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales already.

Pirates Of The Caribbean Will Not Continue Without Johnny Depp Pirates of the Caribbean‘s producer and movie mastermind, Jerry Bruckheimer, has stated that he can’t envisage continuing the franchise without its main star, Johnny Depp. The fifth Pirates of the Caribbean movie – Dead Men Tell No Tales – is nearly upon us and will mark Depp’s fifth outing as the infamous Captain Jack Sparrow.

Our Beautiful Obsession with ‘Star Wars’ On the 40th anniversary of everyone’s favorite franchise, we look back in wonder at the fandom that keeps on giving. 40 years ago, a long time ago, our culture changed. Star Wars (later to be re-branded A New Hope, but dang it, it will always be just Star Wars to me) birthed a new level of relentless fandom that forever altered the economics of the Hollywood assembly machine.

Kohl’s Unveils New Pirates Of The Caribbean Collection Yarr, me mateys! Feast ye eyes on this fine collection from Kohls! OK, sorry. I’ll stop with the pirate jargon. If you’re really into the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise and really want to show off your fandom, Kohl’s has answered your prayers. That being said, the clothing is wildly uninspired and frankly boring. Just look at some of the women’s clothing. Wow, I’m so impressed by these generic-looking items! They totally remind me of the Disney franchise!

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