…And they were never heard from again.

Don’t tell me that the Mouse doesn’t have wetwork squads.  Seriously, don’t tell me. I don’t want to be involved.  I’ve already attracted too much attention by linking to this article:

Disney’s upcoming Johnny Depp film Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales has been pilfered by ransom hackers seeking payment from the studio. The hackers have demanded an enormous amount of money be paid to Bitcoin. Disney is currently working with the FBI and will not pay.

Seriously, if you never hear anything about this story in the future, well, look at the title.  Maybe said title ended up being pretty freaking ironic there, don’t you think? Or perhaps ‘prophetic…’ no, really, I don’t want to be involved.


The ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ trailer.

So, supposedly Dead Men Tell No Tales is scheduled to be the last Pirates of the Caribbean movie. No, really, at 1:51 they claim this to be The Final Adventure. …I may be ready for that to happen, although I expect that I’ll go see this in theaters anyway.  I have grown comfortable with this franchise’s limitations, and I still laugh at some of the antics.  A weakness, I’m sure.

Moe Lane

PS: There’s one bit with the villain’s CGI face that they should really fix, though.


The… Ayup. The “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” trailer.

Here we go again. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. Comes out Memorial Day. It… might not suck?  I mean, I liked On Stranger Tides well enough.  But I would, wouldn’t I?



Oh, gee. The “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” teaser trailer.

Well, perhaps it will not suck. I absolutely, positively make no argument that it will not suck, mind you. The second and third movies sent this franchise into a dive that Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides could not quite pull it out of.  But you never know.  The Mouse’s dice have been hot and hopping, lately. Maybe they can work some magic on Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.


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