Disney Planning More National Treasure, Pirates Sequels?

Mickey loves the smell of money.

by | February 7, 2008 | Comments

If you watched the final scene of National Treasure: Book of Secrets and thought to yourself, “Ah, that’s the beginning of National Treasure 3 right there,” give yourself a gold star, buckaroo — looks like you were right.

According to Jim Hill Media, Disney registered nationaltreasure3dvd.com and nationaltreasure4dvd.com at the end of January, thus signaling their intention to continue Nicolas Cage‘s stint as globetrotting historian/detective/treasure guy Ben Gates through at least two more sequels. Mr. Hill speculates that we can expect to see more Treasure sometime in 2010; in the meantime, for those of you who just can’t get enough Cage-as-Gates, Disney Press has apparently rolled out a series of “Gates Family Mystery” books. The first installment is on shelves now.

In other Disney sequel news, Jim Hill Media goes on to discuss the first far-off rumblings of a fourth Pirates of the Caribbean. While he doesn’t discuss any concrete reports (or even rumors), Hill does revisit the final moments of Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, and passes along what he’s heard about a potential Pirates 4:

“I hear [it] would toss the Elizabeth & Will characters over the side in favor of doing a bawdy buddy picture which would star Jack Sparrow & Barbossa. Where both captains of the Black Pearl would initially be competing for the exact same prize. But eventually all the double crossing would have to stop as these two rivals were then forced to join forces in order to defeat some supernatural terror…”

Source: Jim Hill Media

Tag Cloud

supernatural crime thriller based on movie Bravo singing competition RT History crime psycho WGN Schedule festivals SDCC sports USA crime drama Musical historical drama Cartoon Network DC Universe TBS CMT Sneak Peek thriller ABC dceu PBS GoT BBC TNT 24 frames 007 YouTube Red Christmas Nominations CBS All Access USA Network ABC Family Fantasy crossover Premiere Dates cults ratings politics Superheroe hist Best and Worst Valentine's Day SundanceTV Certified Fresh Marathons Superheroes adventure MTV Pixar Creative Arts Emmys BBC America aliens Emmys Starz Photos Spike Awards Logo Trailer Dark Horse Comics Lionsgate 2016 dramedy cinemax Universal Writers Guild of America political drama AMC El Rey Super Bowl Rocky Summer Sci-Fi PaleyFest 20th Century Fox Tumblr Western CNN BET DC streaming service Fall TV Country IFC Films cats Hulu Podcast war Toys A&E Crackle Winter TV vampires Video Games unscripted transformers cooking Trivia Oscars E! Music SXSW Kids & Family HBO Fox News NYCC Mindy Kaling Reality Competition Mystery The Arrangement Biopics Sundance Now First Look NBC Watching Series Britbox See It Skip It travel ITV Acorn TV technology TIFF composers Red Carpet President what to watch diversity Mary Tyler Moore Horror Paramount Network Syfy X-Men Holidays golden globes medical drama comiccon IFC Ellie Kemper harry potter Rock National Geographic Paramount dc Nat Geo Extras History Year in Review MSNBC social media TCM Netflix Countdown Food Network robots boxoffice Comedy Central TV discovery Pop 45 Spring TV Pirates TLC Comic Book Star Wars Sundance American Society of Cinematographers finale Election Comedy Teen Shondaland Rom-Com Infographic FX Reality The CW Disney E3 21st Century Fox sitcom justice league romance TCA APB Lifetime ESPN serial killer Marvel Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt TruTV period drama Action VICE 2017 Character Guide CBS LGBTQ Tomatazos Grammys Nickelodeon OWN Lucasfilm Showtime police drama zombies Box Office Freeform Cosplay DC Comics Winners DirecTV Disney Channel talk show Star Trek TCA 2017 Adult Swim Thanksgiving Set visit spy thriller binge Martial Arts science fiction Sony Pictures GIFs VH1 CW Seed Calendar FXX docudrama Ghostbusters Masterpiece Amazon Animation Esquire Opinion YA Polls and Games zombie FOX TV Land cops Drama GLAAD Interview Warner Bros. Musicals biography 2015