'Bring Me That Horizon: The Making of Pirates of the Caribbean'

Michael Singer

Cover artist

Timothy Shaner

Publication information:

Disney Editions


May 2007

Media type







Bring Me That Horizon: The Making of Pirates of the Caribbean is a book published by Disney Editions.

Publisher's summaryEdit

"You spent three days lying on a beach drinking rum?" "Welcome to the Caribbean, love!" This beautifully designed narrative serves as your compass to Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy of movies, describing in detail every aspect of the movie-making process, from casting to costumes to computer graphics, from curses to cutlasses to corsets. Author Michael Singer takes readers on an extraordinary journey, recounting the links in the Pirates of the Caribbean chain—from the last Disneyland attraction in which Walt Disney was personally involved, to a film project spearheaded by one of the world's most successful producers, Jerry Bruckheimer, and a vividly imaginative director named Gore Verbinski. A veritable treasure chest of exclusive photos and insider information, the book includes information on the production, makeup, location filming, shipbuilding, stunts, and special effects, as well as a scrapbook of Jerry Bruckheimer's on-set photographs. Also included are profiles on the films' incredible stars: Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, Keira Knightley, Geoffrey Rush, Bill Nighy, Stellan Skarsgard, and more!

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