Pirates of the Caribbean|
Pirates of the Caribbean|
Die archivierten Nachrichten aus der Rubrik "Aktuelles"...
Bei Yfrog hat Jerry Bruckheimer ein Bild von Blackbeards Flagge veröffentlicht...
CS! berichtet über einen speziellen "On Stranger Tides"-Event im Disneyland in Anaheim, bei dem Rob Marshall ein paar Details ausplauderte... Ausserdem zeigt CS! etliche Screenshots aus dem "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" Teaser-Trailer...
Der "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" Teaser-Trailer ist online !!!
Bei CS! gibt es neue "On Stranger Tides"-Bilder...
Bei USA Today gibt es ein "On Stranger Tides"-Szenenbild mit Jack Sparrow und Angelica...
Das "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" Behind the Scenes Special von Entertainment Tonight ist online und bietet bewegte Bilder aus dem Film...
[...] Disney has begun quietly telling cast and crew to set aside a major block of time in the very near future so they can shoot "Pirates 5" and "Pirates 6." And, yes, once again, they will be shooting them back-to-back as one giant film, and then they'll release them as two films. [...]
Via CS! kommt der Hinweis auf den "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" Teaser-Trailer, der am 13. Dezember 2010 online gehen wird...
Produzent Jerry Bruckheimer fordert via Twitter Deine Fragen zur "On Stranger Tides"-Produktion...
Bei HeyUGuys.co.uk gibt es ein Video vom "On Stranger Tides"-Set...
Jerry Bruckheimer schreibt via Twitter...
Officially wrapped PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: ON STRANGER TIDES this week. Excited to share trailer with you 12/17. Stay tuned...
"LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: Das Videospiel" für PC, Konsolen und Handhelds wird angekündigt...
IMP Awards zeigt ein "On Stranger Tides" Teaser-Poster...
DailyMail.co.uk berichtet über den Cameo-Auftritt von Judi Dench, nebenbei gibt es Details zu einer Verfolgungsszene... Vorsicht SPOILER !!!
Wie THN meldet, werden die Szenen mit Keith Richards nun wohl doch rausgeschnitten...
[...] Rolling Stones rocker Keith Richards, has been cut from the PIRATES OF THE CARRIBEAN movie franchise after the guitarist revealed his drug use in a new book. It had been suggested that Richards WOULD NOT be cut earlier this week but new information suggest that, whilst the scenes have already been shot, they will end up on the cutting room floor.
Recently the guitarist confirmed that he was going to reprise his role as Captain Jack Sparrow’s father in the next movie in the PIRATES OF THE CARRIBEAN franchise.
Shortly after the announcement Keith Richards’ biography was published, where he taught readers how to get high on drugs without losing their sanity. This drew the ire of the Disney producers who thought that Keith’s association with the movie will mar the film’s popularity. [...]
[...] While speaking with star Geoffrey Rush, he casually mentioned that he had recently been shooting some scenes with the delightful, brilliant Richard Griffiths. [...]
Despite a long and illustrious supporting cast already being announced, including Rush, Penelope Cruz, Ian McShane, Stephen Graham and Gemma Ward already, this is the first mention of the Withnail & I and Naked Gun 2 1/2 stars’s involvement, and the news couldn’t be more welcome; roll on May 2011. [...]
Via Facebook kommt die Meldung von Disney...
Fear not Pirates fans, we are happy to confirm that Keith Richards will be returning as Captain Teague in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, setting sail May 2011!
Wie Reuters meldet, wird Keith Richards wohl in "On Stranger Tides" mitwirken...
[...] Depp, who played the lead role in the 1990 movie "Edward Scissorhands," credits Richards for inspiring his character Captain Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean films, and the two are currently shooting the series' fourth installment, where Richards reprises his role as Sparrow's father. [...]
Bei HeyUGuys.co.uk gibt es Bilder vom "On Stranger Tides"-Set am Trinity College of Music...
Bei yfrog.com gibt es ein stimmungsvolles Bild vom "On Stranger Tides"-Set...
Bei HeyUGuys.co.uk gibt es neue Bilder von den "On Stranger Tides"-Dreharbeiten...
Bei WhatsPlaying.com.au gibt es ein paar Spoiler zu "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides", u.a. wird die Eröffnungssequenz verraten...
Bei PopSugar.com gibt es Bilder vom Dreh, u.a. Ian McShane als Blackbeard...
Bei CS! gibt es ein Bild von Blackbeards Schiff "Queen Anne's Revenge" im Hafen von Oahu...
Bei PopSugar.com gibt es Bilder von den Dreharbeiten...
Bei CS! gibt es eine Pressemeldung zum Drehbeginn, die detaillierte Infos zum Plot enthält... SPOILER !!!
[...] "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" captures the fun, adventure and humor that ignited the hit franchise --this time in Disney Digital 3D(TM). In this action-packed tale of truth, betrayal, youth and demise, Captain Jack Sparrow crosses paths with a woman from his past (Penelope Cruz), and he's not sure if it's love--or if she's a ruthless con artist who's using him to find the fabled Fountain of Youth. When she forces him aboard the Queen Anne's Revenge, the ship of the formidable pirate Blackbeard (Ian McShane), Jack finds himself on an unexpected adventure in which he doesn't know who to fear more: Blackbeard or the woman from his past.
Rush reprises his role as the vengeful Captain Hector Barbossa, and Kevin R. McNally returns as Captain Jack's longtime comrade Joshamee Gibbs. Claflin stars as a stalwart missionary, while Berges-Frisbey is transformed into a mysterious mermaid. [...]
berichtet Jerry Bruckheimer über die Dreharbeiten und zeigt Bilder vom Set...
The Sunday Telegraph meldet...
IT'S been a while since we've heard from supermodel turned actor Gemma Ward, but rest assured, her career is definitely on the up.
We can reveal exclusively the stunning blonde has signed on for a role in the latest Pirates Of The Caribbean film.
Starring Johnny Depp, Megan Fox, Penelope Cruz and Geoffrey Rush, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides begins filming in Hawaii this week.
Ward won't shoot her scenes until August, playing a mermaid in the blockbuster action adventure.
It's a small speaking part for Ward, but provides a clear indication of where she is heading with her career. [...]
A lot of the 2011 summer tentpole releases have already been announced as being either filmed in 3D or converted afterwards, but so far, May 2011 has been somewhat devoid of 3D release announcements... until now!
Walt Disney Pictures has announced that the fourth installment of Jerry Bruckheimer's popular action franchise Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, directed by Rob Marshall, will be filmed in Disney Digital 3D. Bruckheimer's only previous 3D movie before that was last year's G-Force.
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is still slated for release on May 20, 2011.
Remember this report by the Los Angeles Times about budget cuts for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides? Co-writer Terry Rossio has reponded on his message boards saying that it's a non-story:
This is a great example of entertainment reporting, and has been the source of much amusement around the production offices.
Here's what really happened. An LA Times reporter decided (ahead of any facts) to write a story about cutbacks on summer movies, Pirates in particular. He then managed to get a general interview or two. In the course of the interview, like any responsible studio or producer, people maintained they were trying to get the best movie possible at a reasonable price. Imagine that.
The reporter then had just enough credibility to write a story with a slant.
No need for the facts to get in the way. My guess is the budget on P4 will be higher than P1, in the realm of P2, and lower than P3. (And the difference there has more to do with the difficulty of shooting two movies, deadlines, hurricanes, tank issues, multiple star salaries, and myriad other details.) Hard to even tell, as the budget on P4 contains various tax deferments, and the decision has still not been made to shoot in 3D. Actually, the budget on P4 isn't even set yet, so really, there is nothing to report.
The truth is, the studio and everyone involved fought just as hard to lower the budgets of P1, P2, and P3 as they are on P4. Nothing has changed. Are there budget meetings on P4 to look for ways to get the most for the money? Of course. Same as on every film. It's a complete non-story. But now the 'spin' is out there, sure to be repeated. [...]
The Los Angeles Times berichtet über die strikte Budgetierung des kommenden Films und verrät nebenbei ein paar Szenen... SPOILER !!!
[...] With the fourth installment of the swashbuckling tale poised to start shooting June 14, Bruckheimer and the filmmakers are scrambling to meet the more constrained budget that Disney is imposing. Although it's still large - north of $200 million - it is at least a third less than the last "Pirates" movie and includes far fewer shooting days and visual effects shots. [...]
To save more money, the number and selection of filming locations changed. Whereas the prior installments were shot in the Caribbean and Los Angeles, the upcoming production will be filmed primarily in Hawaii and London, where tax credits are more favorable. The number of shooting days scheduled is 90 to 95, down from 142 on the last movie. Similarly, there are expected to be 1,300 to 1,400 visual effects shots, compared with 2,000. [...]
Gone is one shooting location four hours north of London that would have required an overnight stay for the cast and crew. Instead, filming in London will save $3 million to $4 million.
An "ice fair," in which jugglers and carnival acts would perform on a frozen River Thames, was excised too.
The filmmakers are also looking to shorten an elaborate carriage chase. As written, the scene in which the British pursue Jack Sparrow through the streets of London would require 12 shooting days, but it is being cut to four to six days. [...]
Sam Claflin has been selected by producer Jerry Bruckheimer and director Rob Marshall to star in the key role of Philip, a youthful missionary, in Walt Disney Pictures/Jerry Bruckheimer Films' epic adventure Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides [...]
Walt Disney Pictures has announced that French actress Astrid Bergès-Frisbey has been personally picked by producer Jerry Bruckheimer and director Rob Marshall to star in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides as Syrena, a beautiful and alluring young mermaid encountered by Johnny Depp's Captain Jack Sparrow.
A star of stage and screen in her native Paris, the 23-year-old actress born in Barcelona to French-American and Catalan parents has appeared in films such as Bruc and La Première Étoile as well as work on television and in a French production of Peter Shaffer's "Equus." To date, none of those films have made their way to the U.S. shores so that "On Stranger Tide" will more than likely be the actresses introduction not only to moviegoers in the United States, but much of the rest of the world as well.
Scheduled to start filming in Hawaii, Great Britain and Los Angeles in June for a May 20, 2011 release, the fourth installment is looking to build on the $2.7 billion made globally by the original trilogy.
Production Weekly twittert...
British actor Stephen Graham in talks to join the cast of Disney's “Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” playing the role of Scram.
We've known since February that Penélope Cruz was looking to come aboard "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides," the fourth installment of Johnny Depp's swashbuckling adventure stories. Yet until now, her exact role has remained unclear.
MTV News has exclusively learned exactly how Cruz fits into the story: She's the daughter of Depp's nemesis.
"She plays the daughter of Blackbeard," executive producer Jerry Bruckheimer told MTV News at ShoWest in Las Vegas. "She's the daughter of the bad guy.
"She brings a lot of humor to it. And the fact that she's so feisty," he continued, adding that there will be "a little romance between [Depp's] Captain Jack and the character that Penelope plays."
Ian McShane is to set to play Blackbeard, the main adversary to Captain Jack Sparrow. As Bruckheimer put it, Blackbeard is "the nastiest pirate ever."
Geoffrey Rush, who has played Barbossa in the three previous "Pirates" films, told MTV News in September that he expected to reprise his role in "On Stranger Tides," and Bruckheimer confirmed that will indeed be the case.
Filming is slated to begin in June. New actors are in the process of being cast for certain roles, with testing currently in the works. As for the plot, we know the story will pick up where it ended in 2007's "At World's End": with Sparrow's search for the Fountain of Youth. Yet Bruckheimer promised a fresh approach to this familiar material.
"We're going to take a whole new direction," he said. [...]
Ian McShane is in negotiations to play the villain in " Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides," the fourth installment of the Disney movie series being directed by Rob Marshall.
McShane will play legendary pirate Blackbeard -- whose real name was Edward Teach -- who piloted the ship Queen Anne's Revenge.
McShane will join Johnny Depp, reprising his role of Captain Jack Sparrow, and Penelope Cruz, Sparrow's foil and equal in many ways, in a tale that revolves around the Fountain of Youth. [...]
Bei CS! gibt es ein Interview mit Johnny Depp...
Q: [...] Johnny, we heard that there's not going to be any Keira Knightley or Orlando Bloom in the next "Pirates." Is it going to be more Jack Sparrow front and center?
Depp: Yeah, there's no Keira or Orlando in there. I don't know. I don't think we'd ever throw too much Jack Sparrow in there. It'll be everybody.
Q: You were sort of wavering a little after Dick Cook left. Have you regained your confidence about it or what reassured you?
Depp: One thing that I found very reassuring was a very good conversation with Dick Cook who is someone I admire greatly. That helped a lot. Also, knowing that we're coming at it from a different angle at this point. [Director] Rob Marshall and a totally new take and a new story. [...]
Heat Vision meldet...
Penelope Cruz is in negotiations to join Johnny Depp and sail the seven seas in "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides," the fourth installment of the movie series being directed by Rob Marshall.
Depp is reprising his popular role of Captain Jack Sparrow, and while plot details are buried deeper than Blackbeard's treasure, it is known the tale revolves around the Fountain of Youth.
Cruz's character details are also being kept secret, though she is to be Sparrow's foil and equal in many ways.
Terry Rossio and Ted Elliot wrote the script. Jerry Bruckheimer is producing.
For Cruz, the role reunites her with Marshall, who directed her in "Nine." Her performance garnered her an Oscar nomination in the best supporting actress category just last week. She won the Oscar for best actress in a supporting role for 2008's "Vicky Cristina Barcelona."
"Pirates" will set sail before cameras in Hawaii this summer. Disney plans for a May 20, 2011, release.
In einem Video-Interview MTV meinte Orlando Bloom, das er auf eigenen Wunsch nicht im kommenden Film mitspielen wird...
Bei MTV.com gibt es ein Video-Interview mit dem neuen Regisseur Rob Marshall...
[...] "We've now started, officially," he revealed. "I'm talking to Johnny and it's been great. I've been working already. I'm spending a lot of time with [producer] Jerry Bruckheimer. Learning this whole adventure of this... different genre for me, which I feel so at home [with] already." [...]
"I never quite think of myself in terms of putting a stamp on anything. I think we're just trying to bring what's on the page to life, to make the actors as great as they can be, serve them, serve the material." [...]
Via CS! kommt die Meldung, dass im Sommer 2010 auf Hawaii gedreht wird...
Via AICN kommt die Bestätigung, dass Rob Marshall Regie bei Teil 4 führen wird...
[...] when asked about his next project (by Nora Ephron, who hosted the Q&A), he replied 'y'know, it's something that I was offered and never in the world thought I would do but then I was like 'why not?'... I'm doing 'Pirates of the Caribbean....''' That's right-- Rob Marshall is directing the next installment of the 'Pirates' franchise. The only additional thing he mentioned about it was that he had a wonderful meeting with Johnny a little while ago and that they're both excited to work together. [...]
CS! berichtet über den Filmplot, der in der Roman-Vorlage "On Stranger Tides" steckt...
[...] Speaking to the Los Angeles Times, Powers confirms that Disney optioned the book almost three years ago. But what will they use from the book? Here's a clip:
"I've watched all the movies several times, of course, and I think the clear thing they would use is the trip to the Fountain of Youth," Powers said. "My main character doesn't overlap with Jack Sparrow at all [in personality or circumstance]; they're totally different characters. I suppose they might overlap the Geoffrey Rush character Barbossa and Blackbeard. The only thing I feel certain they will hold on to is the Fountain of Youth since they telegraphed that at the end of the last movie."
You can read more of his comments here. Empire magazine also has more quotes from co-writer Terry Rossio who says the script isn't necessarily based on the book but that they do use elements of the novel:
"We wanted to do a story about Blackbeard and the Fountain of Youth, and Tim Powers wrote a book about Blackbeard and the Fountain of Youth... it just turns out that to do that story you would need that book. It's a brilliant and Tim Powers is an amazing writer - and it's a great title. It allows us to draw material from that universe and his expertise." [...]
Steigt Johnny Depp tatsächlich aus !?! Wie MTV.com meldet, scheint sich Disney bereits für den Fall der Fälle zu rüsten...
[...] Following the recent departure of Disney studio chief Dick Cook, Johnny Depp admitted to being less enthusiastic about returning to the role of Captain Jack Sparrow for "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" ("Pirates" part 4, for those who lost count). And the fans in turn admitted that they'd give up on the franchise without him in it.
That apparently isn't stopping Disney though. According to a tip received by Cinema Blend, the studio is preparing to replace Depp if/when he decides to abandon ship. This may not happen with "On Stranger Tides," as Disney is likely prepared to offer him as much money as it takes to keep him aboard. The actor, who is said to be aware the last two movies "sucked," will definitely not be sticking around for the fifth and sixth installments if the tipster is to be believed. [...]
Latino Review wirft die Frage in den Raum, ob Johnny Depp aufgrund der Kündigung des altehrwürdigen Disney-CEOs Dick Cook aus "Pirates 4" aussteigen wird !?!
CS! berichtet über den möglichen Plot von Teil 4...
[...] Speculation has already begun that the subtitle "On Stranger Tides" refers to author Tim Powers' novel with the same name. The following is the official description of the book:
Puppeteer John Chandagnac, who was sailing to Jamaica to get revenge on the uncle who had stolen his father's inheritance, has no choice but to join the buccaneers who have taken him prisoner--and soon, known now as the pirate Jack Shandy, he finds himself learning to survive in a treacherous new world of cutlass-fights, sea-battles, and voodoo magic on sun-blinded tropical islands. The legendary Blackbeard is assembling a ruthless navy of pirates living and undead to voyage to the fabled Fountain of Youth, and Jack Shandy must use magic, swordsmanship, and even his puppeteer skills to free himself and the girl he has fallen in love with from Blackbeard's deadly supernatural domination.
At the end of the third "Pirates" movie, it is shown that both Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush) and Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) are next eyeing the Fountain of Youth. Barbossa has "stolen" the Black Pearl back from Sparrow, but Sparrow has cut out the most important part of Barbossa's map to the Fountain of Youth.
If they will be adapting the book, will Sparrow and Barbossa have to team up again against Blackbeard? We'll have to wait and see how it will turn out.
CS! berichtet über die D23 Expo...
[...] Johnny Depp appeared in full Jack Sparrow costume, taking the stage and announcing a Summer 2011 release date for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, the new title for the fourth installment! [...]
IESB sprach mit dem Produzenten Jerry Bruckheimer...
Q: [...] How do you think Pirates 4 is going to be with Rob Marshall as director?
Bruckheimer: I think it will be great. First, we've got to make a deal. But, he's got a great sense of humor. He's very funny. [...]
Wie Variety.com meldet, scheint man einen neuen Regisseur für "PotC 4" gefunden zu haben...
Disney is on the verge of putting Rob Marshall in as director of a fourth installment of "Pirates of the Caribbean," a move that puts the film on track for a 2010 production start, with Johnny Depp back as Captain Jack Sparrow.
There hasn’t been a director at the helm of the pirate ship since April, when Gore Verbinski stepped out to focus on a movie version of the vidgame "Bioshock" for Universal [..]. Though that film’s lost some momentum, Verbinski has moved on to other directing and producing projects.
Producer Jerry Bruckheimer and Disney have been meeting with a number of directors in recent weeks, because the studio wants to pull the "Pirates" film together and have Depp star in it before he does "The Lone Ranger" for the producer and the studio. While Marshall’s involvement wasn’t immediately confirmed, sources said things look good enough that the studio has begun casting new characters that will appear in the picture.
It is big business for Disney, as the "Pirates" trilogy grossed $2.6 billion worldwide with Verbinski at the helm. Sources say unless things break down at the last moment, Marshall will be steering the pirate vehicle’s next installment.
Marshall, who made his feature directing debut with the Oscar-winning musical "Chicago," most recently completed another musical, "Nine," which stars Daniel Day-Lewis, Penelope Cruz, Marion Cotillard, Judi Dench, Nicole Kidman, Kate Hudson and Sophia Loren. The film will be released November 25 by The Weinstein Co.
Latino Review sprach mit Johnny Depp, u.a. über "PotC 4"...
[...] Call me a glutton. Honestly, if we can get the screenplay right to Pirates 4, because obviously virtually no cinema is perfect. Pirates I had its own thing. 2 & 3 I suppose had their own thing and you know it got a little confusing here and there in the story. Not that I've seen the movies, but I hear tales [smiles]. I think for me, because I love the character so much, and I enjoy playing the character so much and people seem to like him, that if there's an opportunity to try again, it's like going up to bat. You wanna get back out there and try and try and I enjoy playing the character of Jack very much. At this point what I'm trying to do is turn it into a Beckett play. [laughs]
CS! sprach mit dem Produzenten Jerry Bruckheimer...
[...] Bruckheimer told us that for Disney, the priority is most definitely "Pirates." "It's a great franchise for them and for us, too," he said. "A beloved character and Johnny's really excited about coming back to Captain Jack. He certainly is interested in Tonto, but Disney's priority is to get 'Pirates' made first. You never know what's going to happen, but they would like it."
Bruckheimer shared that the original writers, Terry Rossio and Ted Elliot, were "writing 'Pirates' as we speak," and he said it was "funny" and a "whole new way of going" although he wouldn't share more than that.
Since Gore Verbinski recently announced that he may not direct a movie based on the video game BioShock, we asked Bruckheimer if there was a chance he might return for a fourth movie. "You never know," he admitted. "He created the franchise so we'd love to have him back, but it's kind of up to him." [...]
Das Open-World-Action-Rollenspiel "Pirates of the Caribbean: Armada of the Damned" für PS3, Xbox 360 und PC wurde angekündigt...
Access Hollywood meldete kürzlich...
British actor/comedian Russell Brand has lent some weight to the rumor he’ll be joining Johnny Depp in the next "Pirates of the Caribbean" installment... maybe.
"There’s been some talk of doing a ‘Pirates’ movie," Russell told Billy Bush for AccessHollywood.com and "The Billy Bush Show." "But, I’ve got eight other things to do [including] ‘Get Him To The Greek’ with Judd Apatow" So I don’t know if there’ll be time to be a pirate, I’ve got enough of that in me private life." [...]
Moviehole meldete kürzlich...
[...] Despite denials from those involved in the film, Russell Brand tells Australia's Herald-Sun Newspaper that he has been offered a role in the fourth "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie. [...]
Wie DailyMail.co.uk meldet, soll Russell Brand im 4. Teil Jack Sparrow's jüngeren Bruder Jonathan verkörpern... Und
CS! sprach mit Jerry Bruckheimer...
[...] As far as approaching the sequels for "National Treasure" and "Pirates of the Caribbean," Bruckheimer says that both are having scripts written. "We've sat with the writers and we're working up the story and plotlines right now. They're in the process of finishing 'The Lone Ranger' so they're working on both of those simultaneously, same set of writers, Elliot and Rossio, who did all three 'Pirates' and worked on 'National Treasure (2)'"
When asked whether they might consider gearing another "Pirates" movie to IMAX, based on the success Warner Bros. had with The Dark Knight, Bruckheimer responded, "Absolutely. I'd love to do it, so let's just see if we can work it through the production schedule with everything else."
"I think they're pushing towards 2012," Bruckheimer told us about the possible release date for this fourth "Pirates" movie. "Hopefully we can make it we'll see." [...]
Terry Rossio, co-screenwriter of the first three "Pirates of the Caribbean" films, has debunked the various rumors that are going around about Pirates of the Caribbean 4. They ranged from Johnny Depp getting $56 million for the fourth movie to Tim Burton directing to Sacha Baron Cohen and Russell Brand co-starring. Rossio writes:
For the record, none of the recent Pirates 4 rumors have any truth, including the so-called record 50 million dollar payday for Depp.
Some pretty funny stuff, though. Sacha Cohen? Tim Burton? Studios are way too protective of their franchises for that sort of thing.
The only thing that has been officially announced so far is that Johnny Depp will return as Captain Jack Sparrow in the fourth film.
Wie Cinema Blend meldet, scheint Disney bereits einen Regisseur für "Pirates of the Caribbean 4" im Auge zu haben...
Big, big news on the next Pirates of the Caribbean movie, courtesy of one of our most reliable tipsters. [...]
Geoffrey Rush and director Gore Verbinski are apparently both planning to return, but... and this is a big maybe... Tim Burton might direct instead. Tim Burton! If there is a single director who could make people excited for a fourth Pirates movie, it has to be Burton. He's done so many amazing movies with Depp already, and might have the ability to make the new franchise as fresh and exciting as it was when the first movie came out. After all, Tim Burton is already making a movie for Disney, and if Alice in Wonderland is going well, you can see how they'd want to hang on to him
Again, this information is all up in the air, and could change at any moment. [...]
Heute erscheint die "Fluch der Karibik"-Trilogie auf Blu-ray Disc !!! Passend dazu kommt die Meldung von CS!, dass Johnny Depp im 4. Teil nochmals die Rolle des Jack Sparrow spielen wird...
Wie AICN meldet, soll "Pirates of the Caribbean 4" 2011 in die Kinos kommen...
[...] In regards to PIRATES, two dramatically conflicting assessments about how a fourth film might be approached have been making the rounds.
Some indications suggest the film's story would be far more contained than its predecessors, allowing for a budget-friendly downsizing.
On the opposite end of the spectrum, there's been unsubstantiated talk that a fourth film would go the other way completely...think in terms of ultra fantastical (dinosaurs, Jules Verne-esque floating fortresses, etc.) [...]
Heute um 20.15 Uhr zeigt Pro7 den ersten Teil der "Fluch der Karibik"-Trilogie...
Heute erscheint "Fluch der Karibik 3: Am Ende der Welt" auf DVD...
CS! sprach mit Geoffrey Rush über "Fluch der Karibik 4"...
[...] the celebrated Oscar-winning actor who's no stranger to sequels and franchises, which spurred us to ask Rush for his thoughts on the possibilities of him and Johnny Depp returning for a fourth "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie. Even though some were disappointed with Pirates of Caribbean: At World's End, it has grossed $960 million worldwide, more than any other movie this year, so making a fourth movie must be something on a lot of minds.
"I think people will let it sit for a while," he told us. "There's a strange attitude about franchise movies. People look at them as that rather than storytelling. Back in the old days, how many Thin Man movies did William Powell end up doing? Probably five or six. How many road movies did Bob and Bing end up doing over 25-year period? There could be a point... because Jack Sparrow is probably now to a certain generation more well known as a representative of the Disney imagination than Mickey Mouse himself and Johnny's performance in that role is such an extraordinary thing... that it may pop up." [...]
IGN liefert Infos zu weiteren PotC-Filmen...
[...] Johnny Depp is all but set to reprise his role as Captain Jack Sparrow (for a $35-40 million payday, they claim). Also reportedly expected to return are co-star Geoffrey Rush and director Gore Verbinski, although the latter has made it clear to some that he's done with swashbuckling. Keira Knightley and Orlando Bloom are not expected to be back, but that's been assumed for sometime. The site adds that production might not begin until sometime between 2009-2011.
CinemaBlend's scooper claims "the fountain of youth story [introduced at the end of Pirates 3] might not be the only story they might use the next pirate's film. The fountain story could be used in another form to introduce the story for Pirates 4."
They add that, "Some of the brainstorming going around involves some Jules Verne type of scenarios involving some pretty big flying machines, a man who wants to rule more than just the ocean, an encounter with the most famous and dangerous pirate of all, a race to get to a lost world (Hint, Hint) and Jack and his crew going to where no pirate has gone before (No, it's not space but Disney had made animated movie about this place before with Michel J Fox voicing one of the characters)."
Jack Sparrow discovers Atlantis?! Time will tell.
CS! berichtet über die internationalen Einspielergebnisse...
[...] Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, which had been on top overseas for the previous three weekends, finished second in its fourth weekend at 17,500 screens in 103 territories with estimated box office of $32.6 million. The overseas gross for "At World's End" is $547 million, making it the 10th most popular overseas release ever. Its $821 million worldwide total ranks it as the 16th-biggest hit ever on a global basis. [...]
Buena Vista meldet...
Bereits 20 Tage nach Kinostart hat der dritte Teil von Disney´s Piratensaga mehr als 500 Millionen Dollar außerhalb der USA eingenommen und somit einen weiteren Rekord gebrochen. Insgesamt kann PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN - AM ENDE DER WELT nun schon ein Einspielergebnis von 763 Millionen Dollar vorweisen.
In Deutschland sahen seit Kinostart am 24. Mai rund 4.83 Millionen Zuschauer das Kinospektakel.
Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik von Capone...
Heute startet der 3. Teil "Pirates of the Caribbean: Am Ende der Welt" in den deutschen Kinos...
Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik von Alexandra DuPont...
Bei AICN gibt es eine sehr ausführliche Kritik zum 3. Teil... Vorsicht SPOILER !!! Bei md-press online gibt es eine weitere Kritik (8/10)..
[...] Das Finale der Piraten-Trilogie bietet drei Stunden pure Unterhaltung inklusive Tief- und Wellengang. Neben Johnny Depp stechen diesmal besonders Geoffrey Rush und Keira Knightley hervor. Hinzu kommt famose Action in atemberaufenden Bildern - ein Sommerblockbuster erster Güte also. Wer nach dem zweiten Teil enttäuscht das Kino verliess, dürfte nach diesem Spektakel mehr als nur getröstet sein.
Bei AICN gibt es Bilder von der Weltpremiere von "At World's End" und Bilder zur neuen Disneyland-Attraktion...
Bei AICN gibt es Kritiken zum 3. Teil..
[...] I suspect that "At World’s End" will have plenty of detractors [...]. However, if you go in expecting something better than the 2nd, but not superior to the 1st, you should be entertained. [...]
[...] its much darker and really lacks the humor found in the first two -- also.. myself.. and a few others found ourselves, about to get up out of our chairs thinking it was over... when.... ugh... another scene...... it FELT much longer than part two --- I'm kinda sad about it because it really seemed to lack the joy and fun of the first two [...]
Buena Vista meldet...
Die fast 2 Millionen Türken in Deutschland werden ab dem 24. Mai die Gelegenheit bekommen, einen Hollywood-Blockbuster-Film in ihrer Muttersprache zu sehen: In sechs deutschen Städten wird Disney's PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN - AM ENDE DER WELT in türkischer Originalfassung laufen. Der türkische Originaltitel lautet: KARAYIP KORSANLARI - DÜNYANIN SONU.
Im Einzelnen wird der Film in den folgenden Kinos zu sehen sein:
Berlin: Karli Kinocenter
Hannover: CinemaxX Nikolaistraße
Bei Moviefone gibt es mehrere "Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World's End" Clips / Ausschnitte !!! Und bei CS! gibt es einen Schwung neuer Bilder...
Moviehole berichtet über den möglichen 4. Teil...
[...] Jerry Bruckheimer, uber-producer and point-man on the "Pirates of the Caribbean" films, tells The Herald Sun that a fourth "Caribbean" film may happen - but it might be a spin-off.
"This is the end [of the current trilogy], but whether one of the characters or a couple of the characters continue on, it’s a possibility", Bruckheimer tells the paper. "Certainly, in a moment at the end of the film there is a hope that something else might happen".
Geoffrey Rush seconds that claim, saying a fourth film is very likely - but it just mightn’t star Johnny Depp.
"Inevitably they may think about it, but Johnny may say, ‘Pah, I’ve burnt out Jack. I couldn’t go there again’. Or he may not. I certainly know he wouldn’t say ‘Hey, treble my fee and I’ll do it".
Bei AICN gibt es einen Bericht aus dem "PotC 3"-Schneideraum...
Eine weitere "Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World's End" Featurette ist online... Und bei MySpace.com wirst Du zum Pirat... ;-)
Bei CS! gibt es einen "Singapur"-Setbericht...
Bei Soundtrack.net kann man in den "Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World's End" Soundtrack von Hans Zimmer reinhören !!!
Bei Yahoo! Movies gibt es neue "Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World's End" TV-Spots !!!
Eine weitere "Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World's End" Featurette ist online... Und Buena Vista meldet...
[...] zwei Wochen nachdem bekanntgegeben wurde, dass die Tickets zur Weltpremiere des dritten Teils von Disney's Piraten-Saga am 19. Mai im Disneyland Kalifornien für einen wohltätigen Zweck zum Erwerb stehen, ist die Veranstaltung ausverkauft! Piraten-Fans aus den USA und der ganzen Welt, u.a. aus Australien, Japan, Kanada, Mexiko und auch aus Deutschland, haben 1.500 Dollar pro Ticket bezahlt, um beim angesagtesten Event des Jahres dabeizusein.
Insgesamt drei Millionen Dollar hat die Walt Disney Company so für die Make-A-Wish-Foundation® gesammelt. Zusätzlich zu einer Spende von einer Million Dollar übernimmt Disney alle Kosten für die Ausrichtung der Premiere und stellt so sicher, dass die Make-A-Wish-Foundation® of America und Make-A-Wish® International die vollen Einnahmen aus dem Verkauf der Premierentickets erhalten.
Die Make-A-Wish-Foundation® setzt sich dafür ein, dass die Wünsche todkranker Kinder erfüllt werden. [...]
Bei AICN gibt es sehenswertes Artwork diverser monströser Crew-Mitglieder !!!
Die "Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World's End" Featurette "Jack Sparrow" ist online...
Bei AICN gibt es Bilder und Infos zur kommenden Disneyland-Attraktion...
Bei JoBlo.com gibt es Infos zur Laufzeit des 3. Teils...
So apparently the "three" in PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN 3 is hours, as in how many hours the final installment in the franchise is going to be. Filmjerk is reporting that AT WORLD'S END, which opens Memorial Day weekend, will clock in at 170 minutes, just shy of three hours (2 hours and 50 minutes to be exact). [...]
Eine neue "Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World's End" Featurette ist online...
Bei JoBlo.com gibt es einen Link zum "PotC 3: At World's End" Drehbuch / Script... "Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World's End" Clips / Ausschnitte gefällig !?!
Buena Vista meldet...
[...] am 19. Mai feiert der langerwartete dritte Teil von Disney's Piraten-Saga seine Weltpremiere im Disneyland in Anaheim, Kalifornien - und unterstützt dabei einen guten Zweck. Insgesamt drei Millionen Dollar will die Walt Disney Company mit dem angesagtesten Event des Jahres für die Make-A-Wish-Foundation® sammeln.
Zusätzlich zu einer Spende von einer Million Dollar übernimmt Disney alle Kosten für die Ausrichtung der Premiere und stellt so sicher, dass die Make-A-Wish-Foundation® of America und Make-A-Wish® International die vollen Einnahmen aus dem Verkauf der Premierentickets erhalten. Zum ersten Mal kann nämlich auch die Öffentlichkeit an einer PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN-Premiere teilnehmen. Die Einzeltickets kosten 1.500 Dollar und können ab sofort unter http://www.piratespremiere.com erworben werden.
Die Make-A-Wish-Foundation® of America und Make-A-Wish® International setzen sich dafür ein, dass die Wünsche todkranker Kinder erfüllt werden. Seit über 25 Jahren unterstützt die Walt Disney Company Make-A-Wish® mit jährlich rund 10 Millionen Dollar in Spenden- und Sachleistungen. Mit mehr als 6.000 erfüllten Wünschen pro Jahr einschließlich Besuchen der Disney Parks und Disney Cruises, Treffen mit Disney-Charakteren und Besuchen von TV- und Filmsets - so auch der PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN-Filme - stehen Anfragen rund um das Thema Disney ganz oben auf den Wunschlisten der Kinder. [...]
Bei DemoNews.de gibt es Screenshots der unterschiedlichen Versionen des "Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World's End" Videospiels...
Die Offizielle Website zum "Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World's End" Videospiel ist zwischenzeitlich online und bietet u.a. einen sehenswerten Game-Trailer...
Die Offizielle "At World's End" Website ist gestartet... Und bei CS! gibt es Bilder...
Der "Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World's End" Trailer ist online !!! Und bei CS! gibt es Infos zum "Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World's End" Videospiel...
Bei Filmz.ru und JoBlo.com gibt es wieder ein paar neue Bilder zum 3. Teil... Bei Jack-Sparrow.de gibt es Screenshots aus dem "Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World's End" Trailer und folgende Meldung...
Drehbuch-Autor Ted Elliot hat im Forum der offiziellen Fan-Website zur POTC mit dem Gerücht aufgeräumt, dass Rolling Stone Gitarrist Keith Richards den Vater von Jack Sparrow spielt. Elliot schreibt: "Um es ein für alle mal klar zu stellen: Keith Richards Charakter heißt Captain Teague! Nicht Grant, nicht Grant Teague und vor allem NICHT Teague Sparrow! [...] Ich finde lustig, dass Teague überall als Jacks Vater bezeichnet wird, als ob alle Welt dies bereits wüsste. Hat irgendjemand den Film schon gesehen?"
Bei AICN gibt es ein paar "At World's End"-Bilder, u.a. von Captain Sao Feng !!! Und
Buena Vista berichtet über die Trailer-Premiere...
Im Rahmen einer weltweiten TV- und Online-Premiere feiert der erste Filmtrailer in über 60 verschiedenen Ländern mit einem Publikum von mehr als 200 Millionen Menschen seine Erstausstrahlung! Die deutschen Fernsehzuschauer haben die Gelegenheit, den Trailer am Dienstag, den 20. März um ca. 20:13 Uhr exklusiv auf ProSieben zu sehen. Vorab, ab ca. 7:00 Uhr des gleichen Tages, wird der Trailer online auf http://www.prosieben.de ausgestrahlt.
Bei AICN gibt es eine detaillierte Beschreibung des "Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World's End" Trailers, der auf der ShoWest gezeigt wurde...
[...] firstly, the trailer kicked ass. Bruckheimer said that PIRATES 1 and 2 were ours d'ourves for the 3rd flick and the trailer does represent that.
It begins much like the last film’s trailer with the creepy little girl singing Yo-Ho Yo-Ho a Pirate’s Life For Me and then we see footage from the end of DEAD MAN’S CHEST, namely Barbossa’s reintroduction and the set-up for third film.
The new footage begins with a wreck of a ship sailing through icy waters. The design is very asian-influenced and on board we see Barbossa, ice in his mustache and beard.
The next shot is of that ship heading towards a huge waterfall as Naomi Harris, the voodoo lady, narrates again about goin’ "to dee ends ub dee urff..."
We don’t see how Captain Jack is rescued or saved, but our first look at Depp is onboard a ship, looking around at all the familiar faces from his previous crew and Kiera Knightley and Orlando Bloom.
Sparrow says, "Did no one save me just because they missed me?" And everybody kind of looks around guiltily, then the zombie monkey raises his hand.
The main thrust of the trailer was to set up the goal of Lord Beckett to wipe out all pirates, so that his greedy and corrupt corporation can have complete control of the seas and that all the pirates have to band together to stop him. There are four groups, each from a different corner of the world, including a glimpse of Chow Yun Fat.
Then the big stuff hit, epic shots of fleets of pirate ships engaging an enemy, cannonballs ripping wood.
I was a little worried that we didn’t see any Davy Jones in the trailer, hoping they didn’t just kind of throw his character and arc to the side, but then I caught a glimpse of him in a quick cut, Sparrow smacking him upside the head.
Then I caught more than a glimpse of him.
This is my favorite shot from the trailer. The camera circles around Jack Sparrow and Davy Jones as they duel. The kicker is they are up in the rigging of one of the ships, standing face to face on the mast... probably the Black Pearl, but I didn’t get a close enough look. I was more drawn to the fast and furious sword play. Looked great, like the best parts of the PHANTOM MENACE lightsaber duel with Maul and Obi-Wan. Maybe not as fancy, but definitely as furious.
The trailer ended with Jack Sparrow standing beside a cannon, holding a flame to the fuse as someone says, "Are you mad?" He replies, "If I wasn’t then this probably wouldn’t work," and ignites the fuse, firing the cannon, which somehow releases a rigging somewhere and the rope Sparrow was holding yanks him up and off the deck of the ship. [...]
CS! berichtet über die ShoWest-Präsentation...
[...] they had an even more impressive presentation that included many scenes from the trailer and a few scenes that might not make it, including the first bit in which Depp's Captain Jack Sparrow confronts two women with the fact that he can't lie to them and after sharing a few "truths" he's slapped by both. This was followed by a couple quick scenes including Chow Yun-Fat's Sao Fen proclaiming "Welcome to Singapore!" and a bit of raw footage of Depp interating with Sao Fenn, who also hits him. The scenes were interspersed with soundbites from Bruckheimer, Depp and Knightley, plus a number of funny gags, including one involving a pirate ship which was being rocked from one side to the other as everyone on deck ran from one side to the other. They also showed some of the pre-vis CGI for the climactic final battle between the two pirate camps, which seemed to include a battle between Capt. Jack Sparrow and Davy Jones high atop the ship's rigging. [...]
Bei CS! gibt es offizielles Bildmaterial zu "PotC: At World's End"...
Wie CS! meldet, wird der "Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World's End" Trailer am 19. März 2007 veröffentlicht... Daneben gibt es folgende Synopsis...
[...] with our heroes Will Turner (Orlando Bloom) and Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley) allied with Captain Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush) in a desperate quest to free Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) from his mind-bending trap in Davy Jones' locker. With the terrifying ghost ship, The Flying Dutchman, and its commander Davy Jones under the control of the East India Trading Company, there is havoc on the Seven Seas. Navigating through treachery, betrayal and wild waters, the heroic trio must forge their way to exotic Singapore and confront the cunning Pirate Sao Feng (Chow Yun-Fat). Now headed beyond the very ends of the earth, each must ultimately choose a side in a final titanic battle - as not only their lives and fortunes, but the entire future of the freedom-loving Pirate way hangs in the balance. [...]
"Fluch der Karibik 2" erhielt bei der Oscar-Verleihung die Trophäe in der Kategorie "Visual Effects"...
Bei Jim Hill Media meldet...
Disney dweebs the world over are still chattering about the bombshell that Al Lutz dropped over on Miceage on Tuesday morning. About how Walt Disney Pictures is reportedly toying with the idea of producing a second trio of "Pirates of the Caribbean" films. With the first installment of this next trilogy possibly debuting in theaters as soon as 2010. [...]
Bei AICN gibt es ein Bild von Keith Richards im Piraten-Kostüm - sieht mir aber nicht nach POTF3 aus... ;-)
Bei AICN gibt es neue "Fluch der Karibik 3"-Bilder !!! Und Moviehole sprach mit dem Drehbuchautor Terry Rossio, u.a. über Teil 4...
[...] Online rumors say this is the final ‘Pirates’ movie - but I'm sure Disney has other plans. What do you think? Any more ‘Pirates’ movies left in you?
It's like the fourth Indiana Jones picture. There are forces in play to make it happen, and forces in play to make it not happen. I think we will try to write a screenplay. I can't say if we'll be able to solve the challenge of making a good fourth film, or if our screenplay will be enough to get a film made. [...]
"Fluch der Karibik 2" wurde für 4 Oscars nominiert !!!
Bei AICN gibt es "Fluch der Karibik 3" Concept-Art, die viel zu viel preisgibt... Vorsicht MEGA-SPOILER !!!
Bei AICN gibt es neue und überaus sehenswerte "Fluch der Karibik 3" Charakter-Poster !!!
Bei AICN gibt es einen kurzen Videoschnipsel aus "Fluch der Karibik 3" eingebettet in ein "Disney Channel"-Interview mit Johnny Depp !!!
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