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Pirates of the Caribbean 5’s Release Delays Killed The Franchise

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The six-year gap between the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise’s fourth outing, On Stranger Tides, and its fifth movie, Dead Men Tell No Tales, could be what killed the series for good in the eyes of many viewers.

ThePirates of the Caribbean movies were an unlikely success story, making it no surprise that the franchise was unable to sustain its popularity throughout its five outings.

However, while everyPirates of the Caribbean sequel after the original movie struggled to win back critical approval, somewhere between the fourth and fifth outings of the series, the franchise lost its appeal to audiences, too.

The fifth (and, thus far, final) Pirates of the Caribbean movie Dead Men Tell No Tales arrived in cinemas six years after the fourth movie, On Stranger Tides.

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