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Topic - Rob Marshall
With the fourth entry in the "Pirates of the Caribbean" series, "On Stranger Tides," opening this weekend, excited fans may be looking for ways to get into the spirit of the new movie. So here's some advice: Bring an eye patch. Better yet, bring two. "On Stranger Tides" isn't worth watching out of even one eye.
The hardest thing about a pirate's life for Penelope Cruz was not all the swashbuckling and sword fighting and sailing the high seas.
Johnny Depp's tour guide on his "Pirates of the Caribbean" voyages is plotting the course for a fifth installment even before the fourth movie sails into theaters.
"The need is to keep access for pilgrims and tourists," he added.
"And we were very clever how we shot her," Marshall said.