Updated 04:29 AM EDT, Thu, Oct 28, 2021

'Pirates of the Caribbean 5' Cast & Trailer: Movie Using Giant Sea Vessels? The Latest Plot Spoilers Here!

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It looks like filming for "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales" is not going well for some of its cast members.

A report from ABC claimed that producers are "looking for calmer waters as big swells on the coast have been causing seasickness among cast and crew." Production for the fifth installment of Disney's highly popular movie franchise reportedly moved from the Gold Coast to Raby Bay, south-east of Brisbane. The film began filming on the Gold Coast in February.

Raby Bay was also used in other Hollywood productions such as Angelina Jolie's "Unbroken" and "The Chronicles of Narnia," ABC wrote. Mayor of Redland City Council Karen Williams said that the location's picture perfect horizon and "calm waters" is ideal for the filming of "Pirates of the Caribbean 5" starring Johnny Depp.

About three weeks ago, director Joachim Ronning posted a photo of himself on Instagram while scouting for a film location at the Great Barrier Reef, International Business Times reported. The filmmaker also indicated that the upcoming flick will feature bigger vessels.

Photos from the set of the fifth movie installment are constantly being leaked over the last few weeks. The latest set of snapshots was from Jared C. Adamo, who posted the images on his Twitter page showing massive ships being built on set. Blue screens, which are used in post-production for added visual effects, are also visible in the pictures, International Business Times added.

"The images also indicate there may be another ship being built alongside the first and a ship to ship battle scene may be filmed soon," the news outlet noted.

Last April 22, producer Jerry Bruckheimer also tweeted a photo of Depp's trickster character, Captain Jack Sparrow, being tied on a post by two menacing pirates flanking him on each side.

'Pirates of the Caribbean 5' Plot Spoilers

It was previously reported that Captain Jack will have a new comrade in the form of Brenton Thwaites' Henry, a British soldier who escaped the Bermuda Triangle. However, it looks like there is more to Henry's character, given that there are reports saying that he also has a mission of his own.

Venture Capital Post claimed that Henry would be looking for his long lost father in the film, presumably Orlando Bloom's Will Turner. According to the news outlet, the end of "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" indicated that Will and Elizabeth Swann, played by Keira Knightley, had a son.

Bloom said in an interview with IGN that there's a chance that he would reprise his role in the franchise, so this could mean that a possible meet-up between his character and his son is in the table.

"Pirates of the Caribbean 5" also stars Geoffrey Rush, Kevin R. McNally, Stephen Graham, Javier Bardem, Golshifteh Farahani, and Kaya Scodelario as the lead actress, according to IGN. The film will premiere on July 7, 2017.

Fans would have to wait a long time for a sneak peek of the 2017 film. In the meantime, watch the trailer for the third "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie below.

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