Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is bringing back a staple character of the franchise that left quite a while ago: #OrlandoBloom's Will Turner.
While the extent of her involvement in the new film is still unknown, Knightley makes a fleeting appearance in a Japanese trailer for the film. According to a TooFab report from December 2016, Knightley's return is a "small cameo during the end credits" and "apparently hints to a potential larger role in the sixth "Pirates" movie". The actress is seen donning her trademark corseted floral gown while gazing sorrowfully at the ocean. Swann and her lover Will Turner (Orlando Bloom) were last seen in the third movie Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End.
The new Pirates of the Caribbean film sees Johnny Depp return as Jack Sparrow, as he's hunted by Javier Bardem's Salazar who, as gathered by the title, is seeking revenge.
Dead Men Tell No Tales also stars Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow, Javier Bardem as the bad guy Captain Salazar, as well as Geoffrey Rush, David Wenham, Kaya Scodelario, and Kevin McNally.
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Pirates of the Caribbean 5 is scheduled for a May 26 release.
Salazar's Revenge certainly, so far, boasts the usual formula for a Pirates of the Caribbean vehicle: pitting a supernatural crew (Salazar's ghost pirates) against Sparrow and a young, handsome girl (Kaya Scodelario's astronomer Carina Smyth) and lad (Brenton Thwaites' Royal Navy sailor Henry, son of Elizabeth and Will).