POTC: On Stranger Tides [Is Here]

WALT DISNEY PICTURES
and
JERRY BRUCKHEIMER FILMS
Presents:
A
ROB MARSHALL
Film
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
BEYOND THE TRILOGY
“When three films together bring in $2.6 billion dollars worldwide, you understand pretty quickly that a message is being sent to you by audiences,” notes Producer Jerry Bruckheimer of the international response to the first three “Pirates of the Caribbean” films, subtitled “The Curse of the Black Pearl” (2003), “Dead Man’s Chest” (2005) and “At World’s End” (2007).
“The numbers are wonderful,” Bruckheimer continues, “but what’s even better is that they tell you something of what these films have meant to moviegoers. Audiences fell in love with the pirate genre all over again after an absence of some three decades, and they certainly fell head over heels for Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow! There are more adventures for Captain Jack to take on, and our screenwriters, Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio, had already created a whole world to explore.” And exploring that world is just what the audience will do when they travel with Captain Jack on his action-packed journey to the legendary Fountain of Youth. When Jack crosses paths (and swords) with the enigmatic Angelica (Penélope Cruz), a ravishing pirate with whom he shares a dubious past, she forces him aboard the Queen Anne’s Revenge, the ship belonging to the legendary pirate Blackbeard (Ian McShane).

Finding himself a prisoner on an unexpected journey to the fabled fountain, Jack must use all his wiles to deal with the barbarous Blackbeard and his crew of zombies, Angelica, who can—and will—match him wit for wit and sword for sword, and beautiful, enchanting mermaids whose masterful cunning can lure even the most seasoned sailor to his doom. Johnny Depp, who had fallen unabashedly in love with the character of Captain Jack Sparrow over the course of the first three films, was certainly game for another new adventure. “The idea of a fourth one after finishing ‘Pirates 3’ was somewhere in the back of your head, thinking, ‘I sure hope so,’” notes Depp. “When you’re done playing Captain Jack, there’s a real decompression getting out of that skin, because I like being in that skin,’ says Depp. “There’s a great comfort in playing Captain Jack, because you have license to be completely irreverent, completely subversive, absolutely abstract in all situations. I know him so well that it just comes naturally.

CAST:
Jack Sparrow.  JOHNNY DEPP
Angelica. PENÉLOPE CRUZ
Barbossa. GEOFFREY RUSH
Blackbeard . IAN MCSHANE
Gibbs. KEVIN R. MCNALLY
Philip. SAM CLAFLIN
Syrena. ASTRID BERGÈS-FRISBEY
Scrum. STEPHEN GRAHAM
Captain Teague. KEITH RICHARDS
King George. RICHARD GRIFFITHS
Groves. GREG ELLIS
Gillette . DAMIAN O’HARE
The Spaniard. OSCAR JAENADA
Lord John Carteret. ANTON LESSER
Prime Minister Henry Pelham. ROGER ALLAM
Society Lady. JUDI DENCH
Ezekiel. CHRISTOPHER FAIRBANK
Salaman. PAUL BAZELY
Cook . BRONSON WEBB
Derrick . RICHARD THOMSON
Garheng. YUKI MATSUZAKI
Cabin Boy. ROBBIE KAY
Purser. STEVE EVETS
Quartermaster. IAN MERCER
Gunner. DEOBIA OPAREI
Tamara—First Mermaid. GEMMA WARD
King Ferdinand . SEBASTIAN ARMESTO
Spanish Sea Captain . JUAN CARLOS VELLIDO
Spanish Fisherman. TRISTAN LAURENCE PEREZ
Spanish Castaway. NORBERTO MORAN
Spanish Officer. GERARD MONACO
Spanish Soldier. TYRONE LOPEZ
Captain of the Guard. LUKE ROBERTS
Guard . DANIEL INGS
English Girl . EMILIA JONES
English Father. PATRICK KENNEDY
Jailor . JODY HALSE
Bailiff. CLIFFORD ROSE
Foreman. PAUL HUNTER
Mermaids. JORGELINA GUADALUPE AIRALDI
BREA BERRETT
TONI BUSKER
SANYA HUGHES
DAPHNE JOY
ANTOINETTE NIKPRELAJ
Master-at-Arms. DEREK MEARS
Yeoman . DANNY LE BOYER
Courtroom Wench. KITT BARRIE
Courtroom Heckler. STEPHEN MORPHEW
Justice Smith . ALAN UTLEY-MOORE

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