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Late auditions

We missed the auditions, we live 2 blocks from the auditiion site, RATS..We came lzate to the group..Can we still be part of the Kauai filming..

Started by randy richards Jun 13, 2010.

PA work on Kauai? 3 Replies

I know they're not casting for female parts on Pirates of the Caribbean while filming on Kauai, I have experience as a PA in production and would like to know what production company will be on…Continue

Started by Desiree Duclayan-Parsonson. Last reply by amber malia May 13, 2010.

mail in photo 1 Reply

Do I have less of a  chance of being cast for Pirates with a mail-in photo submission.Also, when the submission guideline calls for waist up is that to allow a look at body type or will head and…Continue

Started by michael glass. Last reply by Dominick Joseph DiMartino Apr 26, 2010.

Pirates.... 1 Reply

Hi Everyone, my name is Marquis. I've just joined the group.  I was wondering if anyone had info when and where the extras casting call will be.  ThanksContinue

Started by Marquis Vance. Last reply by Moon Yun Choi Apr 10, 2010.

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Comment by Michael Rivero on July 7, 2011 at 7:40am

Has 3D film lost its lustre already? Just 38% of cinemagoers choose to watch Pirates Of The Caribbean with specs on.

 

http://tinyurl.com/3avx6bk

 

 

Figures down from 80% who watched Avatar in 3D upon its release in 2009

 

Movie fans in US and UK don't want to pay extra for the 3D experience

Comment by REY PAYUMO on May 23, 2011 at 7:52pm
40m for our capt why do u think the local pirates need support???? hahahah
Comment by Edward Seid on May 23, 2011 at 7:51pm

Just curious...

Is Kristen StephensonPino identifiable in the movie? She was the bust model for the mermaids.

Don't know Kristen? Read this article...

Exclusive: Johnny Depp Falls for Teen Model

Comment by Louie Boria on May 23, 2011 at 7:37pm
Posted by Tim Ryan in Hawaii.
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tide brought in $90.2 million in weekend sales at United states and Canadian theaters. But the big tickets sales news was the international market where the film brought in an astonishing $260.4 million, the biggest international opening ever. A box office analyst no estimates the the film which cost more than $200 million will generate sales of $850 million to $900 million globally…Higher prices for 3-D showings of Pirates, at 40 percent or more than 2-D tickets in some areas of the U.S., may have hurt the film’s attendance…







In On Stranger Tides, Johnny Depp’s (above relaxing in Kahala) Captain Jack Sparrow is enlisted in a search for the Fountain of Youth. Penelope Cruz co-stars as Angelica, a pirate determined to save the soul of Blackbeard from damnation. Geoffrey Rush returns as Sparrow’s rival, Barbossa, and Ian McShane plays Blackbeard…





Depp reportedly received more than $40 million to reprise his role as Capt. Sparrow…
Comment by Michael I. Rosales on May 23, 2011 at 3:51pm
Teddy! Mahalos for the Love!
Comment by REY PAYUMO on May 22, 2011 at 5:50am
yo teddy thanks bro for the support !!!
Comment by Hawaii Film Industry on May 21, 2011 at 5:54pm
Comment by Louie Boria on May 21, 2011 at 9:51am
Posted by Tim Ryan in Hawaii.
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, which has received less than stellar reviews by critics, still pulled in some $35 million in ticket sales on its premier day yesterday…If the estimate holds, it will just barely beat Fast Five‘s $34.4 million gross to score the year’s biggest opening day…





Compared to prior Pirates films, the opening day results shows a definite downward trend domestically. The second Pirates film, Dead Man’s Chest, briought in$55.8 million its first day, while the third movie, At World’s End, took in $42.9 million. According to published reports, the 3-D adventure film still is headed for an opening weekend of around $88 million. Johnny Depp and company overseas take has already earned $92.1 million in three days…
Comment by Teddy Wells on May 16, 2011 at 6:26pm
A pirate's life for me
Four Hawaii residents get down and dirty as featured rogues in Disney's summer blockbuster

By Mike Gordon

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 16, 2011


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Hawaii resident Tamayo Perry has a role in "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides," which opens Friday. "It is going to be in 3-D, and you are going to get more of us than you want," Perry said. "We're some bad-boy pirates.
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Imagine a beauty pageant where you have to be ugly to win.

Where the talent segment awards bonus points for swordplay and your answer to the judge's question draws applause when you mention your dream for world pillaging.

And the prize? Instead of a shiny crown, you end up in a makeup trailer with someone painting your teeth brown.

Welcome to the life of a featured pirate in the new blockbuster "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides," opening Friday. When the film shot on Kauai and Oahu last summer, it turned four ordinary-looking Hawaii residents — Tamayo Perry, Kevin Senn, Michael Rosales and Emerson "Malcolm" Tuitt — into snarling rogues.

They might not have any lines, but don't mistake any of them for background extras. They were in several scenes, often stride for stride with stars Johnny Depp, Penélope Cruz, Geoffrey Rush and Ian McShane.

"We are right there in your face," said Perry, a professional surfer from the North Shore who had a bit part in "Blue Crush" and performed stunts for the movie "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" as well as ABC's "Lost."

"It is going to be in 3-D, and you are going to get more of us than you want," he said. "We're some bad-boy pirates."

The film from Walt Disney Pictures and Jerry Bruckheimer Films began its search for Hawaii pirates last spring. The four men were selected from a pool of nearly 7,000 applicants who answered casting calls in April. And while there are 40 pirates in the movie, the four were part of what the production crew called "the core pirates."

"I had to get pretty nasty to stand out," Perry said. "There were some herniated squints."

At his audition, Tuitt was asked to explain what made him the meanest pirate on the ocean.

"I said, ‘My name is Shadow, my gun is my passport and my sword is my entry,'" he said. "‘I am here to take your gold and your silver. And your women, too.'"

When Tuitt was chosen, the director told him he was too muscular and to quit working out, but the actor couldn't give it up.

"They utilized my body," said Tuitt, a handyman who had a role in Bruce Willis's 2003 war film "Tears of the Sun" and worked on "Lost."

"They took off the sleeves of my shirt, left my shirt open, and they put a big X on my stomach like I had a big knife fight. It took almost two hours every day to put on my makeup."

ROSALES DIDN'T shave to keep his pirate scruffy, something that surprised friends who were more accustomed to his usual clean-cut appearance.

But that was just part of the transformation for Rosales, a 30-year-old hip-hop artist whose group Angry Locals is a finalist in the 2011 Na Hoku Hanohano music awards. He said his role in the movie was to scowl.

"They said, ‘We don't want a happy, smiling face. We want you to grow your beard and be scary and mean.' Honestly … it kind of hurt. But it was fun."

Senn's part was his first foray into acting since kindergarten, when he was cast as a railroad crossing sign.

The 47-year-old owner of Hawaii Surf & Sail in Haleiwa figured if he didn't get a part, he would at least meet interesting people waiting in line. But his long beard was a hit.

When he was called back for a more formal audition, Senn was handed a bottle of booze and a sword and told to defend it from another actor.

"The guy before me actually stabbed the other actor," Senn said. "He said, ‘They wanted a mean pirate, and I don't know how to be any meaner than to stab the guy.' He didn't get the part."

Being a pirate actor is a tough job. It isn't all "argh" and "avast ye matey."

"We were in the water," Senn said. "We were on cliffs. We were in wave machines. There were flames. There were zombies and helicopters flying within what felt like inches of your head."

And there's pirate discipline to consider, too.

"We speak pirate," Senn said. "We growl a lot. If you say something, the captain throws you overboard."

Comment by Jean Simon on May 5, 2011 at 12:11am

From Hollywood Reporter:

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/pirates-5-script-delivered-di...

'Pirates 5' Script Delivered to Disney But Johnny Depp Wants to 'Hold Off for a Bit' (Exclusive)

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