Welcome to #TrailerChest, where we're taking a sneak peek at the brand new trailer for Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. All style and little substance. Javier Bardem's Capitan Armando Salazar leads an army of the dead as they exact revenge on the drunken Jack Sparrow, who's seen pantless and ship-less in the new footage. Salazar makes lots of appearances in this new trailer, and he's undeniably creepy.
It's not clear whether or not the young Sparrow is played by a Johnny Depp doppelganger or is digitally de-aged like Princess Leia and Grand Moff Tarkin were in "Star Wars: Rogue One". But most important of all is the new "evil" of: Javier Bardem who appears as a ghost that you will never want to meet in your nightmares! And Orlando Bloom will pop back up as a barnacle-clad Will Turner, captain of the Flying Dutchman. Her quick disrobing scene at the end of this preview harkens back to the lusty humor we've all come to expect from a good voyage with Disney's "Wildest Crew That Ever Sacked the Spanish Main".
Pilot in miracle escape as plane 'crashes' on border of Turkey
An Islamist group which is fighting the Syrian government tweeted a video it said showed a plane being "targeted". A search and rescue team combing the area found the wreckage but the jet's cockpit was empty, Ata said.
Somewhere in the middle of this mess will be a plot involving the trident of Poseidon.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales will be unleashed upon us on May 26.
Notre Dame exploits UL's 18 TOs, returns to ACC Championship
No. 3 Notre Dame defeated unranked Virginia, 76-59, on Friday to advance to Saturday's ACC Tournament semifinals in Conway, S.C. The 2017 game will be only the second meeting between the two schools following their matchup in the 1981 Sugar Bowl.
Disney's never-ending Pirates of the Caribbean franchise will very soon have its fifth and definitely not final installment on May 26th, which means that today is the flawless time to drop a fancy new trailer.
5 great reasons to play Zelda: Breath Of The Wild
But if you want to increase both your max health and stamina, there are a number of ways to do so in Breath of the Wild . Yet, in an open world loaded with huge changes, Breath of the Wild additionally quite often feels like a Zelda game .