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Pirates Of The Caribbean Reboot Moving Forward With Chernobyl Creator

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, the fifth installment in Disney’s swashbuckling franchise, became the lowest-earning entry in the series since the original when it was released in 2017, which was perhaps a sign that audiences weren’t as interested in the adventures of Jack Sparrow as they had been for the last decade and a half. However, a box office haul of almost $800m showed that the brand was still capable of turning a profit.

Since Disney now seemingly dominates every corner of popular culture, and the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise has grossed over $4.5bn at the box office to date, there was little chance that the crew of the Black Pearl would ever really disappear from our screens. In fact, a reboot has been discussed for a while now, which may or may not feature Johnny Depp, but seemed to be in a state
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In Defense Of: “Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” (2006)

After 15 years, it’s almost too easy to forget that not many people were optimistic about the release of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl back in 2003. At best, it seemed as if it would coast by on curiosity around how Disney could turn one of their most beloved theme park rides into a full-blown film, and instead it surprised everyone by being an absolute blast.

It scratched an itch for the type of swashbuckling adventures that simply didn’t exist on the big screen anymore by then, fueled by a compelling story, fun action set pieces and a whole handful of great characters – the standout, of course, being Johnny Depp’s Jack Sparrow, a performance that famously worried and angered Disney executives during production only to prove them all wrong by immediately breaking into the pop culture zeitgeist.

Thanks to the surprise success of Black Pearl,
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Pirates of the Caribbean: Tides of War update brings Captain Jack Sparrow’s Shade

Mobile game developer Joycity has revealed details for the latest update coming to their hit mobile title Pirates of the Caribbean: Tides of War. This new update features Captain Jack Sparrow’s Shade, Ui improvements and a 7 day check in event.

Captain Jack Sparrow’s Shade will join the game as a new tactician and can be earned by those players who play through Chapter 1 – Jack’s Memory: The Curse of the Black Pearl. The Black Pearl will also receive a brand new aura effect to reflect this update.

As well as Captain Jack Sparrow’s Shade, there are an additional 4 new tacticians and a new Tactician Management feature to enable players to see not only those Tacticians in their fortress, but also their full Tactician roster.

Elements of the Ui will also be improved such as removing the need to talk to Joshamee Gibbs each time to retrieve a
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