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Johnny Depp: Captain Jack in no mood to quit the life of a buccaneer

Johnny Depp has voyaged from cult actor to franchise mega-stardom. As the latest Pirates of the Caribbean makes landfall, he explains the lure of the sea to Gill Pringle

Orlando Bloom not allowed toilet break during labour

Orlando Bloom had to "pee in a bottle" when wife Miranda Kerr was in labour.

Win VIP tickets to the premiere of Pirates Of The Caribbean

Disney's latest blockbuster "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" premieres at London’s Westfield on 12 May and, thanks to Spanish carmaker SEAT, you could be there!

British child actor to star alongside Johnny Depp in Pirates of the Caribbean

What's it like be a 15-year-old playing a pirate in a Hollywood blockbuster alongside Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz?

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