McCartney confirms role in 'Pirates of the Caribbean...'

Pierre Vaugeois
Mai 18, 2017

Legendary singer Paul McCartney has finally revealed his character in the upcoming "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie and he looks completely un-recognisable.

Disney's next two movies released in New Zealand are Pirates on May 25, and Cars 3 on June 22.

Iger's comments came during a town hall meeting with ABC employees in New York City, as multiple sources told The Hollywood Reporter.

Iger said that the hackers demanded payment in the digital currency Bitcoin, but that the company was refusing to pay.

Disney chief Bob Iger said on Monday hackers claiming to have access to one of the company's unreleased movies were demanding a "huge" ransom, according to USA media reports.

If they do not receive the payment, the hackers will reveal a five-minute snippet of the film and then the rest in 20-minute blocks until the fee is paid, THR reported.

Johnny Depp is back as Captain Jack Sparrow, along with Orlando Bloom, Geoffrey Rush and Javier Bardem.

While movie-goers might celebrate the film leak, media companies like Walt Disney don't want viewers gaining early access to their content.

Today, Softpedia claimed that at one point, someone uploaded a torrent with the name of "Pirates Of The Caribbean 2017" on The Pirate Bay, but the torrent was pulled minutes later.

Pirates Of The Caribbean: Salazar's Revenge is set for release on 26th May. The hackers had demanded money and when Netflix refused to pay, they released the episodes weeks before its official launch.

You have to wonder if, especially after the Sony hack a couple of years ago, if studios need to up their security. or at least change the way they're covering themselves.

Some major Hollywood talent agencies - ICM, UTA and WME - have reportedly been hit by hackers and extortion demands in recent months.

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