Was another one of these really necessary? Maybe just to see Johnny in action again.
Memorial Day weekend marks the opening for two summer blockbusters this year — Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and Baywatch — but only one of the nautical-themed narratives is sailing away with a 4-day win. That’s because Disney’s “Pirates” is currently on course for a debut just under $75 million, while Paramount’s “Baywatch” is expected to drown at just $21 million by weekend’s end.
Dead Men Tell No Tales drew 51% men to 49% women. Those under 18 at 20% gave the movie an A. Forty percent came out for Johnny Depp per CinemaScore, grading it an A-, while 42% came out for subject matter and 38% for type of movie, which indicates that Pirates fans came out for this.
But maybe the industry just needs to look at the possibility that movie audiences may have been franchised to death.
Pirates of the Caribbean - May 26, 2017 (currently in theaters)
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