Pirates of the Caribbean 6 is hitting your TV screen early! The Pirates series has had a history of being released once every five years, but Pirates of the Caribbean 6 will be released in 2020. This is because Disney does not want to compete with its own streaming services like Hulu and Netflix.
Pirates of the Caribbean 6 Release Date: Jan 10th, 2020
Pirates of the Caribbean Film Series:
Pirates of the Caribbean – The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) Pirates of the Caribbean – Dead Man’s Chest (2006) Pirates of the Caribbean – At World’s End (2007) Pirates of the Caribbean- On Stranger Tides(2011).
The series is a franchise consisting primarily, but not exclusively, in movies. It began with “Pirates”. There have been no more than four sequels to any movie and there are six films so far. With Captain Jack Sparrow as its main character, it tells about his adventures onboard different ships at sea while trying to escape from Davy Jones’ curse that condemns him to sail forever for eternity without being able to either go ashore or die; to free himself of this curse, he must find the fabled treasure that lies on “the ends of Earth”
About the series:
There have been no more than four sequels per movie throughout the Pirates series; that is, all the sequels of each film are released within a year or two from its release.
The sixth instalment will be hitting your screen early in 2020 and it features some new faces as well as Stephen Graham returning to his role of Scrummy who’s been a major part of the pirate’s films. Here’s what you need to know about Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales including story, cast details, release date.
Pirates Of The Caribbean Story: The Curse Continues!
Captain Jack Sparrow has managed to escape Davy Jones’ curse by uniting himself with her daughter Elizabeth Swann but this was only temporary because now he wants them back on land so they can get married before he dies.
He’s met with some difficulties in his quest because Davy Jones has become the target of a man named Captain Salazar who wants to kill all pirates and he’s brought an undead army that will do anything for him.
The plan is now to get on land before their pursuers destroy them but how will they? Stay tuned!
Pirates Of The Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales features stars like Johnny Depp, Javier Bardem, Brenton Thwaites, Kaya Scodelario as well as Stephen Graham returning to his role of Scrummy who was last seen in On Stranger Tides. We hope you enjoy watching this movie and don’t forget about our blog post on Pirates Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales features Captain Jack Sparrow, Elizabeth Swann and Captain Salazar as well as the rest of your favourite pirate characters from Pirates movies.
Release Date Details: The new Pirates movie will be released on May 26th 2017!
Pirates of the Caribbean is back with a story that’s just beginning to unfold about what happens when they get off the land but before you do head out to watch this new film make sure you read our review first!
This time, Captain Jack Sparrow and his pirate crew are on their hunt for one last treasure. The adventure takes them from London all across New England where we join Elizabeth Swann (Kaya Scodelario)and Captain Salazar (Javier Bardem). They’re both looking for revenge against each other which only creates more problems in an already complicated situation. It seems like everyone wants something from someone else these days and it doesn’t look as if anyone will be getting what they want.
In the meantime, we get to see some of our favourite characters from Pirates movies past and find out what is new in their lives.
Will Gibbs (Kevin McNally) get closure with his feelings for Elizabeth? Will the Black Pearl be back in one piece again?
And of course, who can forget our lovable and hilarious Jack Sparrow. Pirates: Dead Men Tell No Tales is a movie that has been built up to cater to its viewers’ expectations while still trying something new. It will leave you wanting more but it’s not quite what we wanted either.
This film is set out slightly different than previous ones as there are two main plots happening at once which makes things pretty confusing for some time during the first half-hour of watching this latest instalment.