Film trailer: new 'The Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides'
Tuesday 22 March 2011
The second, more action-packed trailer for
The Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides was released on March 21, showing the latest escapades of Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow and his encounters with Angelica, played by Penelope Cruz.
This footage reveals more of the film's storyline, following the Captain's search for the elusive and coveted Fountain of Youth and the need for a mermaid to obtain it.
In this trailer, the story introduces a woman from Jack Sparrow's past, a con artist who forces him aboard the ship of the infamous pirate Blackbeard, her father, who is also seeking the Fountain of Youth. Since Sparrow has the map, a battle ensues.
This trailer also includes a glimpse of Sparrow's father, Captain Teague, portrayed by Keith Richards, Depp's inspiration for his character.
Directed by Rob Marshall ( Chicago, Nine, Memoirs of a Geisha), this sequel brings back Geoffrey Rush as the vengeful Captain Barbossa.
The Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides hits theaters May 20 worldwide.
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