Pirates Of The Caribbean is the most-watched pirate series because of Captain Jack Sparrow. The last part, titled “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” was released in 2017, and here is the ending of that movie.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, from directors Joachim Rnning and Espen Sandberg and producer Jerry Bruckheimer, is the fifth entry in the highly successful Pirates film franchise. It combines fantasy, humor, and action into a fresh story with Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp).
This time, the unfortunate captain must work with a brilliant astronomer named Carina Smyth (Kaya Scodelario) and a young sailor named Henry (Brenton Thwaites) to recover the fabled Trident of Poseidon because the terrifying Captain Salazar (Javier Bardem), who is hell-bent on killing Jack, is after him.
Co-stars Kaya Scodelario and Brenton Thwaites discussed having each other to rely on, being the new cast members, working with such a talented cast, performing stunts in the costumes, seeing the finished CGI, passing the torch to their characters, and their hopes for upcoming movies during a roundtable discussion at the movie’s press day. There are some spoilers discussed, so beware.
Plot Of Pirates Of The Caribbean 5
Twelve-year-old Henry Turner boards the Flying Dutchman thirteen years after the battle of Calypso’s Maelstrom and tells his father, Will, that the Trident of Poseidon can break the curse that binds Will to the Dutchman and only allows him to set foot on land once every ten years.
Will thinks Henry can’t find it and tells him to go. Henry wants to enlist Captain Jack Sparrow to help him discover it. After that, Will and the Dutchman dive into the water, but Henry makes a promise to track down Jack and the Trident.
Henry joined the Royal Navy as a sailor nine years later, in 1751. The ship enters the supernatural Devil’s Triangle and comes across the wreck of the Silent Mary, whose undead crew is led by Spanish pirate hunter Captain Armando Salazar.
The undead crew attacks, killing the entire crew but leaving Henry as the lone survivor so that he can communicate with Jack, who accidentally cursed and killed Salazar and his crew decades earlier by guiding them to the Devil’s Triangle and killing them.
On Saint Martin, a young astronomer called Carina Smyth is found guilty of witchcraft and given the death penalty; nevertheless, she manages to flee. She then meets Jack as he and his team fail to successfully rob a bank while under a bad luck spell.
Later, Jack gives up his compass for a drink, which causes the Devil’s Triangle to collapse and releases Salazar and his crew once more. When Carina learns that Henry is trying to find where the Trident is, she offers to use her unidentified father’s diary to assist him.
While Henry and Jack’s crew help them escape on the Dying Gull, Carina and Jack delay the execution process. The Trident is concealed on an island, and after deciphering the hints in her diary, Carina finds it. Hector Barbossa learns from his pirate crew that Captain Salazar, who has been revived, has slain several pirates at sea and is destroying Barbossa’s fleet.
Barbossa discovers that the Trident might lead him to a “treasure” and uses that information to bargain his way out of being killed by volunteering to help find Jack. Salazar agrees and vows to get back at Jack.
Jack, Henry, and Carina are forced to retreat to an island when Salazar follows the Dying Gull after learning that his crew is unable to go on land. Barbossa joins forces with Jack, giving him back his compass and enlarging the Little Black Pearl. Barbossa once more assumes control of the Pearl as they continue their voyage to the island.
Jack and Barbossa discover Carina is the latter’s long-lost daughter during the journey. The Silent Mary destroys the Royal Navy cruiser before the Pearl runs aground on the island of the Trident after dodging it as it approaches.
To create a route to the Trident on the ocean floor, Jack, Barbossa, and Carina employ the magic of the island to separate the water. Henry is taken prisoner by Salazar, who then uses him to walk on the sea floor and grab the Trident.
Henry is then given his body back, and Jack uses Salazar as a distraction so that Henry can smash the Trident, ending all curses on the sea and bringing Salazar’s crew back to life. The divided sea, however, draws closer to them as a result of the loss of the Trident.
Salazar pursues the party as it is lifted to safety by the Pearl’s lowered anchor, but he is still determined to kill Jack. When Carina notices a tattoo on Barbossa’s arm that resembles the trident star pattern on the cover of the diary, she knows that he is her father. To kill Salazar, Barbossa offers himself as a sacrifice, allowing the rest to flee.
Pirates Of The Caribbean 5 Ending Explained
In their bed, Will and Elizabeth are still asleep when the Dead Men Tell No Tales post-credits sequence begins. Unexpectedly, someone enters the space. There is no doubt that it is Davy Jones as we hear their heavy footsteps, see their tentacled shadow, and see them raise a clawed hand in attack.
When Will wakes up, nobody is there, indicating that it was likely simply a bad dream. The camera pans down to see a pool of water and barnacles as he dozes off once more. The sequence has some ambiguity, most likely because the success of Dead Men will determine whether Pirates 6 will be produced in the future and because the plot of that film has not yet been developed.
But if all goes according to plan, we can draw one important conclusion: Davy Jones has mysteriously returned. The word “and” is predominant. The figure is supposed to be deader than the souls in his eponymous locker, even though it is quite thrilling. What wickedness has Jack’s most recent journey unintentionally released?
Let’s start with a summary of Davy Jones and the legend around him in the world of the Pirates. Jones, who was once merely an ordinary pirate, exchanged his soul for the immortal Captain of The Flying Dutchman.
The job demands you to transport the deceased to the afterlife, with only one treat day every 10 years allowed on land, and it allows you to sail the seas for all of eternity. According to the laws, the only method for someone to be freed from the curse is to pierce their heart, after which they take over as the new Captain.
Jones makes a contract with Jack Sparrow in the movies to raise the Black Pearl in exchange for the Captain’s soul, and he spends the greater part of the two movies trying to find the cunning Captain and retrieve his prize.
Once more, things become complicated when the East India Trading Company gets involved, and most of our heroes turn on one another, but in the end, Jack decides he wants to inherit the Dutchman and the immortality that comes with it.
When Will is hurt in a pivotal fight, he permits Turner to take over as Captain and knife Jones in the heart, killing Jones as he tumbles into a massive vortex shape. Jones is, therefore, twice dead, but he still appears to be alive.
It’s unclear why Jones is not happy at the idea that Will is no longer Captain of the Dutchman. As a result, the powers have been given to his predecessor. In actuality, there is no one left to man the Dutchman since if Poseidon’s trident had lifted Will’s curse, it must have done the same for everyone who came before him as well.
It’s possible that Jones has been raised from the dead and is now serving a greater power, such as Hades or Poseidon himself, since there is a power gap and no one left to guide the dead to their ultimate resting place.