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The film is billed as the “final adventure” of Captain Jack Sparrow, though play series stars Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann, respectively) declined to By the end of Dead Men Tell No Tales, it's revealed that Poseidon's. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. It's sad, that Will and Elizabeth aren't .. why I love Elizabeth Swann (and Keira Knightley too) --> Her bitter relationship. Though Will and Elizabeth (and Jack, too), were able to save the During the final battle of At World's End, Davy Jones kills Will, and to they head off to a tropical island to make their marriage official. This all leads us to Dead Men Tell No Tales, because WTF is going on with the Turner Pirate Clan. Will.
And secondly, you must be a pirate for the Pirate's Code to apply, and you're not. And thirdly, the Code is more what you'd call guidelines than actual rules.
Welcome aboard the Black PearlMiss Turner. That night, at the Governor's mansion, a maid named Estrella removed a bed warmer from the fireplace and slid it between the sheets at the end of Elizabeth's bed. Estrella and Elizabeth briefly discussed the events of that day—during which Elizabeth had been rescued and subsequently threatened by Jack Sparrow, though got into the subject of Commodore Norrington's earlier proposal to her.
Finally noting suggestively, Elizabeth's affection for Will Turner, rather than James Norrington, Estrella left the room. Elizabeth began reading a book, toying absently with the medallion around her neck until the flame from her lamp diminished and went out, and the room went dark. Lured by the Gold Medallion that Elizabeth wore around her neck, detected after the ripple was sent out, the pirates storm the governor's mansion. Elizabeth was chased through the mansion by Pintel and Ragettiand was unable to defend herself with a sword, as it was stuck in the ornamental shield.
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After that, Will was brought back to life, albeit as the ferryman for the undead. He consummated his marriage with Elizabeth and they parted ways.
Ten years later, Elizabeth and her son welcomed Will Turner home after serving his time. Jack Sparrow Jack rescued Elizabeth seemingly out of the goodness of his heart. When the Navy cornered him, though, he held her hostage and made his escape. Elizabeth has never trusted him after that, but after being marooned on an island with Jack she soon noticed a more gentle side to his personality.
She helped Will rescue Jack as a way of saying thanks for saving her from Barbossa's men. Jack picked up on their budding attraction and said It would never have worked between us before heading off. After Elizabeth teamed up with Jack to rescue Will from Davy JonesJack let her use his compass, which would point to the thing she wanted most.
To her surprise, the compass kept pointing in Jack's direction. This was a ploy, however, as she had shackled Jack to the ship so that the Kraken would eat him and spare the rest of them.
Elizabeth felt extremely guilty for what she had done and resolved to bring Jack back from the dead. After Jack came back to life, he called for a vote as to who should be Pirate King.
Elizabeth, having just been bestowed Pirated Lord by Sao Fengwas one of the candidates.
Jack surprised everyone by casting his vote for her. Jack Sparrow in exchange for the Black Pearl. Unknown to Will, Elizabeth's lingering anguish over causing Jack's demise torments her, and during the voyage to World's End and Davy Jones Lockershe distances herself from Will. Though she claims everything will eventually be alright between them, her assurance seems uncertain and forced, leaving Will troubled and doubting her love for him.
It is only when Will learns that Elizabeth sacrificed Jack to the Kraken that he comprehends her despair, though not why she concealed her actions.
When Will confronts her, she says it was her burden to bear, though her secrecy has deeply wounded Will. If she makes choices alone, he asks, and they are unable to trust one another, then how can their relationship survive?
Though Elizabeth apparently still cares for Will, her pain and guilt are unabated, and she despondently responds that he cannot trust her, and abruptly leaves. Their future together may be jeopardized if these issues remain unresolved.
Meanwhile, as Jack and Barbossa squabble over who is the Black Pearl's captain, the crew navigate their way back to the living world. Before escaping the Locker, Elizabeth sees her father's soul being ferried to the "next world," murdered by Cutler Beckett ; she vows to avenge his death.
After returning to the living world, Will's clandestine bargain with Sao Feng is exposed. But Feng has already betrayed Will for another deal with Beckett. While Elizabeth may understand that Will's motive is to rescue his father, she does not believe it justifies double-crossing the Pearl's crew.
When she insists he explain why he withheld this, Will retorts that it was his, "burden to bear. Elizabeth ignores Will's protests, telling him, "You got us into this mess. If this is what frees us, then done! He laments later to Sparrow, "I'm losing her Jack.
Elizabeth and her new crew are taken prisoner aboard the Flying Dutchman where she is reunited with Admiral Norrington, who is overjoyed she is alive. Elizabeth is hostile, however, accusing him of complicity in her father's murder, though Norrington denies knowing anything about the governor's death, and believed he returned to England.
Elizabeth, hardly appeased, rebukes him for serving Lord Beckett, the man who ordered her father's murder. In the brig, Elizabeth encounters "Bootstrap" Bill Turner, who is gradually being absorbed into the ship's hull, losing his senses. He says Will cannot save both Elizabeth and himself—he will only choose her. Elizabeth finally understands Will's terrible dilemma and his motives: That night, Norrington, shamed by his past deeds, frees Elizabeth and the crew.
Elizabeth forgives Norrington, who again swears he was uninvolved in her father's death. She implores him to go with them, but he refuses to leave the ship. As she flees, he gives her one last kiss, saying, "Our fates have been entwined, Elizabeth, but never joined" hence acknowledging that they were never meant to be together. As Elizabeth and her crew escape to the towed Empress, "Bootstrap" Bill Turner, his mind addled by Jones' cruel punishment, sounds an alarm and fatally stabs Norrington as he attempts to hold Bootstrap off.
Elizabeth witnesses his murder and cries "James!
The pirate lords dispute how to oppose Beckett and the East India Trading Company; Elizabeth favors fighting while the Court prefers sequestering themselves inside the impenetrable Shipwreck Cove. This causes Sparrow to predict that confining themselves would likely result in them mass murdering each other.
Jack unexpectedly breaks a stalemate to elect a pirate king by casting his ballot for Elizabeth; going to battle serves his own secret plan. During a parley session with Beckett and Jones, Elizabeth tells the captive Will that having been aboard the Dutchman, she now understands his burden, but fears that course saving his father is lost, though Will disagrees.
Jack is exchanged for Will. Whether Elizabeth's decision to declare war is brilliant or rash, her actions reflect her daring and bravery. As Beckett's fleet looms upon the horizon, Elizabeth, refusing to surrender or retreat, delivers a rousing speech.
During the climatic sea battle, Will proposes to Elizabeth, claiming it may be their only chance to wed; Realizing how much she loves Will, Elizabeth orders Barbossa to marry them amidst the fighting. When Jones mortally wounds Will, Jack relinquishes his bid for immortality to instead save Will, killing Jones. Jack forces the grief-stricken Elizabeth to escape the ship with him as the Dutchman is sucked into the massive whirlpool.
The ship quickly resurfaces with the resurrected Captain Will Turner at the helm and the crew restored to human form. With the Flying Dutchman now their ally, the pirates destroy Cutler Beckett's flagship Endeavour, killing him, and causing the navy to retreat, thus ending the war. Elizabeth bids Jack, Barbossa, and the pirates farewell before reuniting with Will for their "one day" on a deserted island where their marriage is consummated. Before returning to the Flying Dutchman at sunset for his ten years in the Netherworld, Will gives Elizabeth the Dead Man's Chest containing his beating heart for safekeeping.
In a post-credits scene set ten years later, Elizabeth and Will's son, Henry Turner, stand atop a cliff searching the horizon. While film dialogue and the leaflet inside the special edition 2-Disc DVD state that any captain of the Flying Dutchman is eternally bound to the ship, and may only step on land once every ten years. In a post-credits scene, Elizabeth is seen sleeping next to Will, as the dark silhouette of Davy Jones enters the room, leaving water and barnacles at the foot of their bed.
Character development[ edit ] According to actress Keira Knightley, Swann is "a 21st century girl trapped in an 18th century world. Am I angry about that?