‘Pirates Of The Caribbean 5’ Super Bowl Trailer Brings Back Jack Sparrow, Played By Johnny Depp; Teases Spectacular Battle

All those Jack Sparrow fans who had been losing their sleep over the absence of Johnny Depp in the previous trailers of "Pirates of the Caribbean 5" can finally heave a sigh of relief. Sparrow is back. The Super Bowl LI trailer gives us a glimpse of the badass pirate.

Captain Jack Sparrow, played by Johnny Depp, is back in the fifth installment i.e. "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales," reports The Wrap. The Super Bowl trailer of "Pirates of the Caribbean 5" shows him making an appearance at the end and he is seen holding a rum bottle in his hand and is totally covered in mud.

However, the show stealer happens to be Captain Salazar (Javier Bardem) who is seen leading his monster pirates to war. The sprint across the surface of the sea is a treat to watch. So, fans can be sure they are going to witness striking battles on screen when "Pirates of the Caribbean 5" arrives in theatres this summer.

Notably, Johnny Depp was absent from all the trailers of "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales" that had been released till date. This led to speculations that the actor would not be making it to "Pirates of the Caribbean 5." Nevertheless, he is back and so are Geoffrey Rush and Orlando Bloom i.e. Captain Barbossa and Will Turner.

In related news, the official synopsis of "Pirates of the Caribbean 5" is also out and reveals many things about the movie, claims Den of Geek. It says that Captain Jack Sparrow is in trouble as he is being chased by an old rival Captain Salazar. He and his crew of ghost pirates have escaped from the Devil's Triangle and the villain is determined to kill every pirate at sea.

So, Jack is on the lookout for Trident of Poseidon, a powerful artifact that grants its owner complete control over the seas. However, the mission is not easy and to find it, he will have to form an alliance with Carina Smyth, an astronomer and Henry, a headstrong young sailor who serves in the Royal Navy.

"Pirates of the Caribbean 5" arrives in theatres on May, 26.

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