Pirates Not Going to "World's End"?

by | July 11, 2006 | Comments

Most moviegeek outlets have been working under the assumption that "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End" is what next May’s trilogy capper will be called. Not so fast, says the FilmForce gang…

From IGNFF: "A Disney rep told IGN FilmForce that "At World’s End" is NOT THE TITLE of the third film and that these early reports are false. Disney says that a title to the third film will surface in the next few months.

Additionally, the supposed poster that has surfaced online recently is not the film’s official key art. It is simply a place-holder cobbled together for a trade show to help with merchandising for the third movie. However, it is worth nothing that the mock-up’s Asian theme is a hint about the third film’s storyline. Actor Chow Yun-Fat is set to play pirate Sao Feng in the soon-to-be-titled Pirates 3."

In related news, Johnny Depp says he’d be fine with making more "Pirates" sequels. Director Gore Verbinski seems more than satisfied with directing a complete trilogy.

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