Jack Sparrow spent a good handful of years away from the big screen, and perhaps it was for the better. The landscape was changing, and audiences were becoming less tolerant of mediocre storytelling on the big screen. As Marvel has proven, we like to see continued growth in our characters, and after letting the franchise sit for a bit, Disney may have found a way to reinvigorate the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise.
So far, the marketing seems promising. The visuals look great, the trailers are fun to watch, and it brings with it a very similar feel that the very first Pirates did back in the early 2000s. Whether or not theyâ€™ll live up to this perception is still up in the air, but if youâ€™re already loving what youâ€™re seeing, then youâ€™ll also likely be a fan of a new batch of character posters dropped by Disney earlier today.
In addition to showing us the characters in action, ithas the castâ€™s name front and center, proving once again, that this franchise is better as an ensemble piece.
Check out the posters below:
But thatâ€™s not all! If youâ€™re a Disney or Pirates of the Caribbean fiend who canâ€™t get enough of what is offered, you may be happy to hear that Disney is giving fans an opportunity to check out some of the flick in advance of the its May 26 release date, the House of Mouse is showing scenes at some of their theme parks, resorts, cruise, and the like.
Check out the details below:
â€œBeginning April 21, Guests visiting Disney Parks and Resorts will be able to preview scenes from Disneyâ€™s rip-roaring adventure Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales in sneak peeks planned for Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney World Resort, and Disney Cruise Line.
â€œAt Disney California Adventure Park, the preview of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales will be presented in 3D with special in-theater effects at the Sunset Showcase Theater in Hollywood Land, while Guests at Disneyâ€™s Hollywood Studios will get to see this advance look at clips from the film as part of the One Manâ€™s Dream attraction. Guests heading out to sea with Disney Cruise Line can enjoy this sneak peek on all four ships.
â€œPlan to catch the sneak peek of scenes from the film at Disney Parks and on Disney Cruise Line starting April 21, and set sail with Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales in 3D on May 26.â€
What do you think of the posters? Do they make you want to venture to a Disney theme park or resort near you to check out some of these scenes in advance? Let us know in the comments down below!
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