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All hands on deck! No one owns summer like Jerry Bruckheimer, and now the super-mega-producer has set sail bringing a big franchise fourquel to port with "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides."
Yes, Johnny Depp is back to swash some more buckles and yo some more ho as Captain Jack Sparrow, who once again will show his surprising drunken dexterity in a new high seas adventure searching for the Fountain of Youth.
Orlando Bloom, Keira Kightley, and director Gore Verbinski have all walked the plank for this go-round, but there are worthy new shipmates in Angelica (Penélope Cruz) and dreaded Blackbeard (Ian McShane), as well as a hearty director in Oscar-winner Rob Marshall.
Climb aboard for four high-flying clips from Disney's 3-D blockbuster, mateys!
1. Blackbeard. Someone woke the infamous historical pirate, and he's a bit testy.
- Max Evry
It won't be long now until Captain Jack Sparrow returns to the high seas, as "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" washes ashore on May 20, 2011. But director Rob Marshall's first time sailing with "Pirates" trades out old staples like the Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann love story in favor of a new adventure filled with zombies, mermaids and Blackbeard. Will it work? Will fans embrace the new landscape, or will they force this latest installment to walk the plank?
We'll get that answer in a few short weeks, but in the meantime, you can start forming your impressions based on four new video clips featuring scenes from "On Stranger Tides." Click the video above to see them all, and read more about them after the jump!
A Daring Escape
Yes, chances are good that you already saw this one last week, but it's worth a repeat mention: Captain Jack Sparrow, »
- Josh Wigler
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