Er wurde dadurch zu einem unversöhnlichen Feind der Piraten, weshalb er es sich zur Aufgabe machte, der Piratenplage ein Ende zu setzen. Möglicherweise aus. Pirates of the Caribbean 5: Salazars Rache. Denn während die bizarren Situationen, in die Jack Sparrow mit jedem freien Schritt hineinstolpert. Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazars Rache (ugs.: Fluch der Karibik 5, Originaltitel: Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales) ist der fünfte Film der.
Fluch der Karibik 5 mit Johnny Depp ist der endgültige Untergang der ReiheSalazar und seine Crew sinnen auf Rache an allen lebenden Piraten und wollen sie töten, allen voran Captain Jack. Diesem bleibt nur eine Möglichkeit, sich. Er wurde dadurch zu einem unversöhnlichen Feind der Piraten, weshalb er es sich zur Aufgabe machte, der Piratenplage ein Ende zu setzen. Möglicherweise aus. Pirates of the Caribbean 5: Salazars Rache. Denn während die bizarren Situationen, in die Jack Sparrow mit jedem freien Schritt hineinstolpert.
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She assists Will and Jack in defeating Barbossa. In Dead Man's Chest , Elizabeth has ended her engagement with Norrington in favor of marrying Will Turner; their wedding is interrupted when they are arrested by Colonel Beckett for piracy.
In the third film, Elizabeth helps rescue Jack from the Locker. As King, she declares war on Beckett and leads the battle against him. Mid battle, Elizabeth marries Will Turner, who becomes the new captain of the Flying Dutchman after almost dying at the hands of Davy Jones.
The curse of being the captain only allows Will to return to shore for one day every ten years. She and Will consummate their marriage and she falls pregnant.
Will leaves her his heart in a chest and Elizabeth promises to protect it. Elizabeth does not appear in On Stranger Tides ,  but she appears briefly in Dead Men Tell No Tales as she and Will reunite after 20 years apart.
Angelica is first mate of the Queen Anne's Revenge. She claims to be Blackbeard's long-lost daughter, though she tells Jack it is just a ruse in order to manipulate him.
It is later revealed that she is Blackbeard's daughter after all. After the battle at the Fountain of Youth , she unintentionally poisons herself while trying to remove Barbossa 's poison-laced sword from Blackbeard's chest, Jack tricks Blackbeard into sacrificing his life to save Angelica's.
Although Blackbeard had intended to kill Angelica so he could survive, Angelica holds Jack responsible for her father's death.
Knowing that she will try to avenge her father, Jack then maroons her on a deserted island and gives her a pistol loaded with one shot.
Seeing that he still loves her, Angelica tries to convince Jack not to leave her on the island by claiming she has knowledge of several artifacts that can give him control of the ocean and that she is pregnant with his child, but he doesn't fall for either of her ruses.
It is then Angelica finally admits her love for Jack, who is somewhat touched by this; however, he still leaves. Angered, Angelica then uses the sole round from her pistol in an attempt to kill Jack as he rows away, but misses.
In a post-credits scene , Angelica finds Blackbeard's voodoo doll made in Jack's image and smiles, hoping that she will finally get her revenge on Jack.
Her further fate is unknown, but she could return in future films of the saga. Carina Smyth later Carina Barbossa is portrayed by Kaya Scodelario in Dead Men Tell No Tales.
In St. Martin, she is arrested for witchcraft and sentenced to be executed; but with the help of Henry Turner, she and Jack Sparrow escape.
Pursued by Captain Salazar, she teams up with the crew and Captain Barbossa in order to find the Trident, using her diary and a ruby attached to its cover to locate its hiding place.
After Salazar becomes mortal and still pursues Jack, Carina and Henry; Barbossa sacrifices himself to kill Salazar, revealing that he is Carina's father and that he loves her.
At the end of the film, she begins a romance with Henry and decides to change her last name to "Barbossa". Carina is also the subject of a Dead Men Tell No Tales prequel novel , The Brightest Star in the North: The Adventures of Carina Smyth.
Lord Cutler Beckett , portrayed by Tom Hollander , appears in Dead Man's Chest and At World's End. Beckett first appears in Dead Man's Chest , when he arrives in Port Royal with warrants of arrest for Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann for aiding in the escape of Jack Sparrow , and also for James Norrington for giving Jack a head start when he escaped , although Norrington had already resigned his commission and disappeared months before.
Beckett offers Will a deal, telling him that he and Elizabeth will be pardoned if Will locates Jack Sparrow and brings back his compass for Beckett to use.
Beckett wants to use the compass to find the Dead Man's Chest and the heart of Davy Jones within it, in order to take control of Jones and the Flying Dutchman to purge the seas of pirates.
Shortly after Will departs, Governor Swann tries to help Elizabeth escape from captivity by arranging for a ship to take her back to England.
But before they can go through with it, Beckett catches wind of the plan, and orders his assistant, Ian Mercer, to kill the captain of the ship and arrest Governor Swann and Elizabeth.
However, Elizabeth manages to escape before she can be recaptured. She confronts Beckett in his office and holds a pistol to his head, forcing him to sign and validate his Letters of Marque, so she can use them to free Will.
Before she leaves, Beckett warns her that he'll still want the compass. Beckett later learns from Mercer that Elizabeth had made her way to Tortuga and left on board the Black Pearl with Jack Sparrow.
Beckett uses this information to blackmail Governor Swann, telling him that EITC ships are in pursuit of the Pearl , and that Elizabeth will be spared from being slaughtered with the other pirates if Governor Swann agrees to follow Beckett's orders.
Governor Swann reluctantly agrees. At the end of the film, Norrington arrives in Beckett's office with the Letters of Marque, and offers him the heart of Davy Jones in exchange for his old life.
Beckett subsequently promotes Norrington to the position of Admiral in the EITC. With Jones' heart now is his possession, Beckett now has full control over Jones and the Flying Dutchman.
In At World's End , Beckett has been appointed representative of George II. Beckett's ambitions now turn to discovering the Brethren Court and eliminating it, thus rendering pirates worldwide leaderless, allowing Beckett to exterminate them.
At a mass hanging of people convicted of piracy or association with pirates, the prisoners start singing Hoist the Colours , a signal for the Brethren to assemble, as planned by Beckett.
Meanwhile, the Flying Dutchman now under EITC control , is destroying pirate ships mercilessly and leaving none alive. This annoys Beckett, who needs prisoners to interrogate.
He places Admiral Norrington on board the Dutchman with the Dead Man's Chest, with marines pointing bayonets at the heart at all times, forcing Jones to obey Beckett's commands more precisely.
At one point, Beckett ordered Jones to kill the Kraken. Beckett later orders Governor Swann assassinated, as he has found out too much about the heart.
Later, Beckett acquires the Black Pearl with the help of Sao Feng, whom he falsely promised he would give the ship to.
Jack Sparrow is brought on board the EITC flagship, the Endeavour , where he and Beckett make a deal; If Jack leads Beckett to Shipwreck Cove and convinces the pirates to come outside, Beckett will guarantee Jack's freedom and not hand him over to Davy Jones.
However, Jack manages to escape back over to the Black Pearl , but not before destroying one of the Endeavour' s masts, preventing Beckett from immediately following Jack.
After finding Will Turner adrift at sea, Beckett, Will, and Jones sail to Shipwreck Cove using Jack's compass. They arrive with an armada consisting of hundreds of EITC ships, and find that the Pirate Lords have agreed to go to war at Jack's urging.
During a parley with Elizabeth, Barbossa, and Jack, Beckett calls Jack out as the one who betrayed the pirates to him.
Elizabeth gives Jack to Beckett and Jones in exchange for Will's release; however, Jack had planned for this to happen. Following the battle of Calypso's maelstrom, only the Black Pearl emerges from the abyss.
Worried that his advantage is lost with the Flying Dutchman apparently gone, Beckett orders the Endeavour to move forward and attack the Pearl.
However, the Dutchman resurfaces from the sea, no longer under Beckett's control, as Will had stabbed Jones' heart and become the ship's new captain.
Both the Pearl and the Dutchman flank the Endeavour and open fire, tearing the ship apart. Paralysed with shock and fear, Beckett is unable to give any orders, resulting in the crew abandoning ship while he remains on board.
After Beckett descends the deck stairs, the powder magazine of the Endeavour explodes, killing him. Following his death, the EITC armada retreats in demoralised defeat.
Beckett has been referred to by W. Wesley Pue as an allegory for restrictions on personal liberty as a result of the War on Terror.
Blackbeard , portrayed by Ian McShane , appears in On Stranger Tides. Blackbeard is a notorious pirate and Jack's most recent nemesis. He is one element retained from the novel On Stranger Tides by Tim Powers , from which Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides draws inspiration.
With the exception of his daughter Angelica , Blackbeard has zombified his entire staff of officers to ensure their loyalty. Said by Jack to be "the one pirate all pirates fear", Blackbeard practices voodoo and has the power to command ships using his magic sword.
Blackbeard's history prior to On Stranger Tides is slightly different than in real-world history. He is still alive in , though the story about his death at the battle of Ocracoke Inlet in is still well known in the Caribbean.
As stated by Jack Sparrow, people believe that Blackbeard was beheaded, and that his headless body swam three times around his ship before climbing back on board.
Before the events of the film, Blackbeard captures the Black Pearl. During the attack, Hector Barbossa loses his leg but escapes with his life.
Blackbeard uses his magic to shrink the Pearl and her crew, imprisoning them in a glass bottle. In the film's climax, Blackbeard and Barbossa duel at the Fountain of Youth.
Barbossa stabs Blackbeard with a poison-laced sword, and Angelica accidentally cuts herself when trying to remove it from her father.
As both Blackbeard and Angelica lie dying, Blackbeard asks his daughter to sacrifice herself to save him using a ritual at the Fountain, and Angelica willingly agrees.
Jack Sparrow secretly switches the magical cups used in the ritual, thus sparing her life and killing Blackbeard.
Meanwhile, Barbossa claims Blackbeard's magical sword, and, assuming command, leaves with Blackbeard's crew.
Joshamee Gibbs then delivers all of Blackbeard's bottled ships to Jack. Henry Turner , portrayed by Brenton Thwaites ,  is the son of Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann and the grandson of Weatherby Swann and Bootstrap Bill Turner.
He appears in At World's End and Dead Men Tell No Tales. He tries to reconnect with his father but struggles to break a curse that is preventing him from doing so.
He later enlists in the Royal Navy to gain more information in search of the Trident of Poseidon to break the curse on his father on Flying Dutchman.
He ends up the last survivor of the ship after Captain Salazar's crew kills everyone on board and relays the message to Jack Sparrow from Captain Salazar.
He later joins Jack Sparrow and Carina Smyth to find the Trident of Poseidon. Davy Jones , portrayed by Bill Nighy , appears in Dead Man's Chest , At World's End , and Dead Men Tell No Tales.
Davy Jones is the immortal captain of Flying Dutchman. His original purpose was to carry souls of those who died at sea from this world to the next on his vessel.
He was charged with this duty by his one true love, a sea goddess named Calypso. For every ten years at sea he could spend one day ashore to be with her.
Ten years after first being charged with the duty, Jones prepared to be reunited with his true love on land, but was heartbroken and enraged when she never appeared.
Unable to deal with Calypso's betrayal, he ripped out his heart and placed it in a chest, burying it on land.
This chest became known as the Dead Man's Chest, the primary object being sought after in the second film. Jones additionally shows the Brethren Court how to trap Calypso in human form.
He abandoned his duties, and instead ruled the seas as a tyrant. Because he forsook the duties of his office, both he and his crew slowly transformed into hideous sea monsters.
In Dead Man's Chest , Jones seeks Jack Sparrow's life. Jones offers to let Sparrow out of the deal if he can find one hundred souls to replace him within three days.
Will steals the key to the Dead Man's Chest, and the heart of Davy Jones eventually lands in the possession of Lord Beckett. Jones orders the Kraken to kill Jack Sparrow, and he is dragged to Davy Jones's Locker.
In At World's End , Beckett uses the heart to force Jones to serve him. He confronts Tia Dalma while she is locked in the brig of Black Pearl. She briefly removes his curse, and promises to love him forever when she is freed from her human form.
Jones also professes his love for her. After Calypso is freed and she learns of Jones's role in her capture, she refuses to help either the pirates or Jones.
Her fury creates a giant maelstrom, in which the crews of Flying Dutchman and Black Pearl battle. Jones wounds Will Turner, who, while fatally wounded, stabs the heart, with the aid of Jack Sparrow , to become the new captain.
As Jones tumbles from the side of the ship to his death, he calls out for Calypso. In Dead Men Tell No Tales , Jones makes a cameo in a post-credits scene.
Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann are asleep when their bedroom is entered by the shadow of an apparently resurrected Davy Jones. Will then awakens and, assuming that he was simply dreaming, goes back to sleep.
The camera then pans to the floor, revealing a puddle of water and barnacles. James Norrington , portrayed by Jack Davenport , appears in The Curse of the Black Pearl , Dead Man's Chest , and At World's End.
Norrington served in the Royal Navy as a lieutenant. He was stationed aboard HMS Dauntless as it made the crossing from England to Port Royal, carrying Governor Weatherby Swann and his young daughter, Elizabeth.
Upon sighting a wrecked merchant vessel, Norrington ordered his men to search for survivors, leading to the rescue of a young Will Turner.
Eight years later, Captain Norrington is about to be promoted to the rank of commodore. Among those gathered for the ceremony is Elizabeth Swann, now a young woman.
While the newly promoted Commodore Norrington proposes to Elizabeth Swann atop the fortress, she faints and topples over the wall into the harbor below.
She is rescued by Captain Jack Sparrow, who is then arrested by Norrington. When pirates attack Port Royal and kidnap Elizabeth, Norrington pursues the pirates' ship, the Black Pearl.
Will Turner and Jack Sparrow commandeer the HMS Interceptor , stranding Norrington aboard the disabled Dauntless. Watching as Sparrow and Turner make off with Interceptor, Norrington grudgingly acknowledges Sparrow's unexpected cleverness and competency.
Norrington pursues Sparrow and Turner with three objectives: reclaim the Interceptor , capture Jack Sparrow, and rescue Elizabeth.
Barbossa sinks the Interceptor and maroons Sparrow and Elizabeth. Norrington spots Elizabeth's distress signal and rescues them.
Norrington arrests Jack and ignores Elizabeth's plea to rescue Will from Barbossa, believing he has turned pirate.
He only relents after Elizabeth accepts his previous marriage proposal. He asks for Jack's assistance to locate Isla de Muerta.
At Isla de Muerta, Norrington and his men battle the immortal pirates. When Will Turner breaks the curse, making the pirates mortal again, Norrington's men defeat them.
The commodore imprisons the surrendered pirates and returns to Port Royal with Jack Sparrow. Despite thanking him for the victory against Barbossa, Norrington reluctantly agrees to obey the law and hang Jack for piracy.
Will and Elizabeth free Sparrow from the gallows, but they are quickly caught. Governor Swann pardons Will, while Sparrow escapes. Norrington graciously accepts Elizabeth's wish to marry Will, and postpones pursuing Sparrow for one day.
In Dead Man's Chest , Norrington's ship, the HMS Dauntless has been lost in a hurricane. Disgraced, Norrington resigned his post and disappeared. Norrington's whereabouts are still unknown when Lord Cutler Beckett arrives in Port Royal with an arrest warrant for Norrington's part in Jack Sparrow's escape.
Norrington, drinking heavily and clad in his filthy, tattered uniform, turns up in Tortuga. He applies for a position aboard Jack Sparrow's ship, Black Pearl.
He soon becomes obsessed with reclaiming his honour, and seeks revenge against those he believes responsible for his downfall, notably Sparrow.
At Isla Cruces, Norrington, Sparrow, and Turner duel to claim Davy Jones' heart. Norrington escapes with the chest, heart, and Letters of Marque.
He is found by East India Trading Company EITC ships and taken to Port Royal. He offers Beckett the heart of Davy Jones in exchange for Beckett's signature on the Letters of Marque.
Beckett signs the Letters, which grant Norrington a full pardon and promote him to admiral in the EITC.
In At World's End , Norrington has now regained his career. Beckett places Norrington in command of the Flying Dutchman.
After the Empress attacks the HMS Endeavour , Beckett orders the Flying Dutchman to pursue it. Norrington leads the boarding party and is reunited with Elizabeth Swann, who is now captain of the Empress.
Though Norrington is ecstatic to find her alive, Elizabeth is hostile, accusing Norrington of serving her father's murderers. Norrington denies any knowledge of or involvement in Governor Swann's death.
When the prisoners are taken to the brig, Norrington offers Elizabeth his quarters, which she refuses.
Norrington releases Elizabeth and her crew from the brig, declaring that he is "choosing a side. Elizabeth escapes as Norrington is mortally wounded by Bootstrap.
Arriving on the scene, Davy Jones offers Norrington a reprieve from death if he will join the crew of the Flying Dutchman.
Norrington defiantly thrusts his sword into Jones' shoulder before dying. Captain Armando Salazar is an undead pirate hunter who commands the ghost ship Silent Mary.
He appears in the fifth film, Dead Men Tell No Tales and is portrayed by Javier Bardem. Originally an officer in the Spanish Navy , Salazar sailed the seas for many years, hunting and killing pirates, and earning himself the nickname el Matador del Mar , which means "the Butcher of the Sea".
He was killed during a battle with the crew of Wicked Wench , commanded by a young Jack Sparrow. Sparrow tricked Salazar into sailing into the Devil's Triangle , where his ship sank and Salazar was killed.
However, through the dark powers of the Triangle, Salazar and his crew were resurrected as the undead. Decades later, when Jack Sparrow gives away his magical compass, the betrayed compass retaliates by releasing Salazar and his crew from the Devil's Triangle.
He begins hunting pirate ships and destroys several ships under the command of Hector Barbossa. Barbossa, now in possession of the compass, agrees to lead Salazar to Jack in return for amnesty for his ships.
Salazar corners Jack on an island, but he is unable to set foot on land due to his curse. Barbossa goes ashore, but double-crosses Salazar and flees with Jack to search for the Trident of Poseidon.
As Sparrow and Barbossa flee to the Trident's island, Salazar gives chase. He captures Henry Turner while the others reach land. Salazar possesses Henry, which allows him to walk on the dry land where the Trident is located.
Once he takes hold of the Trident, he frees himself from Henry and fights Jack. Before Salazar can deliver the final blow to Jack, Henry destroys the Trident, which breaks all curses at sea, and makes Salazar and his crew mortal once again.
Barbossa drops the anchor from Black Pearl to save Jack, Henry, and Carina Smyth. As Sparrow, Carina, and Henry climb to safety, a still-vengeful Salazar pursues them.
Hector Barbossa sacrifices himself to save his daughter Carina and knocks Salazar off the anchor chain by stabbing him in the back. Salazar plummets to the bottom of Poseidon's Tomb to drown with the rest of Silent Mary ' s crew.
William "Bootstrap Bill" Turner Sr. He is mentioned in the first film, and he appears in Dead Man's Chest and At World's End.
He was once a crewman on Black Pearl under Captain Jack Sparrow. When Sparrow's first mate, Hector Barbossa, led a mutiny against Sparrow, Bootstrap was the only one who did not participate.
When the crew was later cursed by stealing Aztec gold, Bootstrap atoned for his failure to defend Sparrow by sending his coin to his young son William, so that he and the crew would not be able to find it and thus remain cursed forever.
This act enraged Barbossa, and he punished Bootstrap by tying his bootstraps to a cannon and throwing him overboard. Due to the curse, Bootstrap could not die, and was forced to suffer constantly due to the lack of oxygen and crushing pressure on the seabed.
Ten years later, sometime before the events of the first film, Bootstrap is found by Davy Jones, captain of Flying Dutchman , and offered rescue from his fate in exchange for one hundred years working on his ship.
Bootstrap agrees, and becomes subject to the curse of Flying Dutchman. The website's critical consensus reads, " Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales proves that neither a change in directors nor an undead Javier Bardem is enough to drain this sinking franchise's murky bilge.
Mike Ryan of Uproxx criticized what he termed as a convoluted plot and overabundance of characters, resulting in a film that was "practically incoherent.
Club wrote that the film echoes the first three of the franchise, "in which Johnny Depp's louche and campy Jack Sparrow played second banana to an insipid love story Scott of The New York Times said of the film, "Its pleasures are so meager, its delight in its own inventions so forced and false, that it becomes almost the perfect opposite of entertainment.
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He praised the visual effects, particularly Salazar and his crew, arguing that the film should be in line to receive an Academy Award for Visual Effects.
He also gave high praise to Bardem for being able to create such a "fully dimensional villain" under the layers of make-up and CGI, and Depp for keeping the film and franchise going.
It has fantastic visual effects, lots of humor that works, a lighthearted feel and sense of fun, and many terrific action set pieces. In October , it was reported that Disney had been looking for ways to reboot the franchise, bringing on Deadpool writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick though producer Jerry Bruckheimer was expected to return.
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