In a completely jawsome attempt to breathe life into a dying franchise, the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean movie, Dead Men Tell No Tales, will see not only original cast members and a bangin' new team pulling into new shores, but it'll feature a host of new creatures too. Those creatures will be ghost sharks. GHOST SHARKS. And no, I'm not pulling your fin.
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But wtf is a ghost shark, you cry? Well, a ghost shark is a shark, that is dead and has come back to the ocean to, like, haunt it. If that doesn't get you hyped for this new feature, I don't know what will. Oh wait, yeah — this awesome concept art courtesy of AMC Theaters might do the trick:
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Brings a whole new meaning to the phrase "shiver (which is one term for a group of sharks, fyi) me timbers," eh?! If these creatures aren't the stars of at least one underwater battle sequence, #Disney will have missed a trick.
#PiratesOfTheCaribbean 5 sees the rum-drunk and unruly Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) trying to outrun the deadly mitts of Captain Salazar (Javier Bardem) and his army of ghost sailors, who've escaped from the Devil's Triangle with the purpose of slaughtering every pirate at sea. In order to survive, Jack must locate the Trident of Poseidon and, it goes without saying, this will be no easy quest.
Check out the brand new #DeadMenTellNoTales trailer below:
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales swims into theaters May 26th.
Would you want to see Johnny Depp fight a school of ghost sharks?
(Source: AMC Theaters)