The Pirates of the Caribbean are back! Disney chose the broadcast of the final chapter of ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ to present the first trailer of ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,’ the fifth installment of the saga Of fantasy and adventures. The teaser focuses on the villain, CaptainSalazar played by Javier Bardem. The look is very accomplished but that accent.
They also introduce us to a new hero, a Henry incarnated by Brenton Thwaites, recently seen in the horrible ‘Gods of Egypt’ (2016). They are joined in the cast by Kaya Scodelario, David Wenham, Geoffrey Rush, Orlando Bloom, Paul McCartney and, of course, Johnny Depp, for the fifth time in the skin of Captain Jack Sparrow (at first funny and a bit heavy)
Fans of the saga rejoiced in two flashy returns. One of them is that of Will Turner, Captain of The Flying Dutchman, who after disappearing in the fourth installment now returns with his face and body full of shells and corals, as they already had Davy Jones and his crew.
The second return is the incognito anti-hero Jack Sparrow, the main protagonist, who returns to the big screen completely covered with mud.
The characterization of Javier Bardem as Captain Salazar in the first trailer of the fifth installment of Pirates of the Caribbean surprised by its ugliness and monstrosity. On Sunday, during the Super Bowl, new images of the film could be seen, although in them Bardem appears only an instant.
On this occasion, Jack Sparrow (Johhny Depp), that crosses a bad gust, must face lethal phantom sailors, led by the terrifying Captain Salazar. His only hope is to find Poseidon’s Trident, but he will need allies.
The staging is run by Espen Sandberg and Joachim Rønning, a duo of Norwegian directors who make their Hollywood debut after triumphing with the adventure drama ‘Kon-Tiki’ (2012). Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer are confident that these filmmakers will return the franchise to the beginnings, for which they have decided to lower the budget a bit on the last two films, hoping that it will force to sharpen the ingenuity and not resort so much to effects Visual effects.
I hope you have succeeded and recovered the fun of the first two. ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge’ is written by Jeff Nathanson, screenwriter for the wonderful ‘Catch Me If You Can’ (2002) but also such mediocre things as ‘Rush Hour 3’ Rush Hour 3, 2007) or ‘A High Heel’ (‘Tower Heist’, 2011).