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Jan 16, 2017 01:10 PM EST

‘Pirates Of The Caribbean 5’ - Jack Sparrow Returns; Details So Far

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"Pirates of the Caribbean 5" viewers will once again see the return of Jack Sparrow. He also gets to meet and old "enemy" who is out for revenge.

Fifth Installment For Jack Sparrow

"Pirates of the Caribbean 5" also sports the more descriptive title, "Dead Men Tell No Tales". It also appears that Jack Sparrows is going to face an old adversary. Captain Salazar and his cursed crew somehow managed to escape from the Devil's Triangle. He immediately sets out to hunt Sparrows down.

Harry Turner Makes Appearance

The fifth Caribbean installment showed a YouTube video preview how Captain Salazar (Javier Bardem) and his men overrun a British military ship. It turns out that the ship contains one person named Henry Turner (Brenton Thwaites). The man turns out to be the son of Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann (Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley respectively). He is also on a mission searching for his father when he unfortunately comes across Salazar. His life was spared in order to send out a message. He has to tell Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) that death is coming. As for Will Turner, we can only assume that he is still lives as Davy Jones.

Jack Sparrow Has A Plan

We all know that the resourceful Sparrow would not let that happen. He is not dealing with an ordinary man though which is why he needs a powerful weapon. Fortunately, the Trident of Poseidon is enough to defeat Salazar provided he could find it. His self-preservation quest led him to meeting Carina Smyth who also wants the magical trident. This powerful weapon enables its bearer to control the seas.

Release Date

Interestingly, the original release date for "Dead Men Tell No Tales" was on mid-2015. Production delays though have pushed the date to May 26, 2017. Movie observers believed that that movie will receive the usual PG-13 rating, according to Cinema Blend.

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