'Pirates Of The Caribbean 5’ Updates: ‘Dead Men Tell No Tales’ Replaced With ‘Salazar’s Revenge’ In Some Countries, May 2017 Premiere Confirmed

"Pirates of the Caribbean 5" remains to be a sure thing despite the lack of news from the movie creators. Based on Disney's timeline, this is scheduled for a summer release specifically on May 26, 2017, just a month after the release of "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2."

"Pirates Of The Caribbean 5" Title Change

Jack Sparrow, played by Johnny Depp, is still wanted at sea although it seems that getting caught by bounty hunters and the authorities is nothing compared to his new enemy. Jack has one nemesis who is pursuing him actively - the ghostly pirate Salazar (Javier Bardem).

Although the movie has been in production for some time now, there's news that the movie will have a new title in some countries. In the United States, the official title of the upcoming movie will be "Pirates of the Caribbean 5: Dead Men Tell No Tales." However, in the U.K., the film will have the subtitle "Salazar's Revenge" while in Italy, France, and Spain, the subtitle will be "The Revenge of Salazar."

There has been no official statement as to the reason behind the change. The movie will be the same although the titles are a bit different in certain countries.

The Revenge Of Salazar

The fifth installment in "The Pirates of the Caribbean" film series focuses on Captain Salazar's revenge on Sparrow. The ghostly captain relays a message for Sparrow through Henry Turner (Brenton Thwaites), Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley) and Will Turner's (Orlando Bloom) son. Henry is in search of his absentee father who assumed the identity of Davy Jones. It is worth noting that Knightley will not be making an appearance in this installment.

Meanwhile, Jack is scouring the high seas for the Trident of Poseidon - the only weapon that could protect himself from Salazar's attacks. In his journey, he crosses path with Carina Smyth (Kaya Scodelario) who is also looking for the artifact.

The newest "Pirates of the Caribbean" installment has the same theme as the first movie in the franchise. The ghostly theme and the plotlines are promising enough that it could save the franchise and lead to the production of a sixth installment.

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