Third "Pirates" Flick Has an Apocalyptic Title

by | April 7, 2006 | Comments got word from an employee of a UK Disney store that the new title for Pirates of the Caribbean 3 has been chosen. It’s actually a title that we hardcore Pirates freaks heard about a few months ago … but now we (reportedly) have the true scoop. The third Pirates flick, following The Curse of the Black Pearl and this summer’s Dead Man’s Chest, will be called…

Pirates of the Caribbean: World’s End, which one can only assume is the spot on the map that remains undiscovered, the area where charted waters disappear and sailors are forced to deal with the, well, the world’s end. According to maritine legend, the world’s end is where you’ll find all sorts of giant monsters and devious dangers. Sounds like fun.

But first we still have Dead Man’s Chest to look forward to, which opens on July 7th and features the return of the insane Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp), the dashing Will Turner (Orlando Bloom), the lovely Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley) … and a whole bunch of returnees from PotC1.

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