Warning: The following article contains spoilers that some readers may wish to avoid.
The ocean water is murkier than ever before in Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar's Revenge, but is this really the final voyage for Captain Jack Sparrow and crew?
Five movies into the Disney franchise, there's obvious concern from fans about just how many more times Johnny Depp can swagger around a pirate ship before calling it a day.
The question of the franchise's future was put to returning star Orlando Bloom during Friday's edition (April 28) of The Graham Norton Show - and he's got some encouraging news!
"We'll see [about the future]. There is room for more," Orlando teased.
The original Pirates cast member revealed earlier this week that his swashbuckling hero Will Turner will return from captaining the Flying Dutchman ghost ship in key scenes with his son Henry (Brenton Thwaites) at the beginning and end of Salazar's Revenge.
"My 6-year-old is desperate to see me in it," Orlando told Graham Norton on Friday, adding: "I'm not in it much but I don't care that I just bookend it."
It's also been leaked that Keira Knightley has an extended cameo in Salazar's Revenge too, so fingers crossed that we'll be seeing much more of both Will and Elizabeth Swann in Pirates of the Caribbean 6.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar's Revenge - known as Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales in the US - hits cinemas May 26, 2017. Watch a trailer below:
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