Paul McCartney Joins Pirates of the Caribbean 5
News about Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales in the making with the director Espen Sandberg and Joachim Ronning (Kon-Tiki) with the permission of the producers of the previous series, Jerry Bruckheimer maybe a surprise for the fans Disney’s eponymous franchise this one. After a lot of negative criticism received in 2011, many viewers who liked the first film were a little disappointed with the studio’s plans for not making another sequel.
However, some other viewers may be looking for entertainment in Pirates of the Caribbean 5 who will bring back Orlando Bloom as Will Turner and the fun-loving character Jack Sparrow returns Johnny Depp. These two actors will be collaborating with newcomers Rich Scodelario (The Maze Runner), Javier Bardem (Skyfall), and Breton Thawiters (Gods of Egypt), besides Geoffrey Rush who will return as Captain Hector Babossa and another surprise actor who just joined this film.
According to Deadline, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales just returned to filming to include a new cast, Paul McCartney to join some of the degan in this latest film. While there is little information that indicates the former Beatle will play in the film, because of the continuing shooting schedule there will be no reshoots of existing scenes, the sequence is still the same with a little addition of McCartney’s character at the end of the film.
Following the cameo appearance of Lead Guitarist The Rolling Stones, Keith Richards in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End in 2007, Paul McCartney will become the second British music artist from the ’60s rock ‘n roll era to appear in this eponymous genre franchise. Richards fathering Depp Sparrow, maybe McCartney will hook up with everyone’s favorite playboy pirate.
Will Sandberg and Ronning be able to revive new life into a 13 year old property, with the cast Disney and Bruckheimer who will fill this fifth series. Everything will be answered when Pirates of the Caribbean 5 in theaters next year.