Palafox cinemas host the rerun of the Disney saga, which can be seen again on the big screen throughout the month of June.
The Lord of the rings, The Twilight Saga, Harry Potter and now, Pirates of the Caribbean. The return to theaters of some of the most successful franchises of recent years appears to be becoming a trend, and fans of Jack sparrow You will be able to enjoy the films starring Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley again throughout the month of June.
The Palafox Cinemas have announced through their Twitter account that The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) returns to the big screen this Friday, June 4th. Dead Man’s Chest (2006), the sequel to the franchise, will be available from 11th of June Y In the end of the world (2007), the third film, from the June 18. The only rooms that host this replacement are the Palafox cinemas in Madrid and the Aragonia Cinemas of Zaragoza.
As you may have noticed, only the first three installments of the franchise of Disney. This trilogy revolved around the character of Jack Sparrow, but also those of Will turner (Bloom) and Elizabeth swann (Knightley). Later, in 2011, it would be released On stranger tides, fourth film in the saga and with Penelope Cruz in its cast. In 2017 it hit theaters Salazar’s revenge, with Javier Bardem giving life to the villain. In this last installment, the story reconnected with the initial couple formed by Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann, with the appearance of Knightley and Bloom.
Since its inception, the franchise has been a success. The Curse of the Black Pearl collection more than 654 million dollars around the world, Dead Man’s Chest more than a billion dollars Y In the end of the world more than 960 million dollars. On stranger tides, meanwhile, also exceeded one billion dollars. Salazar’s revengeHowever, it raised less: more than $ 794 million.
The latest rumors about the saga pointed to the sixth movie it would be carried out by a woman and would not have Jack Sparrow again. In June 2020 these plans were confirmed with the announcement that Margot Robbie would be the new leader of the saga and that she would debut in Pirates of the Caribbean 6. However, nothing new has been known since then. Will Disney continue working on this project or will we have to finally say goodbye to the franchise?