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Joachim and that two heads in the basket

Posted in Books, Johnny Depp, movies, music by Anna Maria Polidori on June 29, 2015

Joachim Ronning and the story of the two decapitated heads close to Jack Sparrow (still with the head on his neck!)

 

That Joachim 140365-fa656b10-1d7a-11e5-83e9-e14cb74e8f81 Ronning co-director of Pirates Dead Men Tell No Tales is a character by himself and that he is better than a spokesman for let us know what it is happening on set of Pirates, known and discovered pretty soon by all of us.

The latest fact happened to Ronning? As all of us know, the man loves to post on Instagram. He is a great Instagrammer. His pictures of Queensland and the set of Pirates let us dreamt a beautiful movie for sure.

One day ago, reported the Bulletin, the co-director of Pirates posted a picture, pretty strong for most common people: two heads in a basket. The two heads, close to Sparrow. Still with his head on the neck! Will it be a spoiler? No idea.

I looked at the picture. Amiling I thought, years ago it would have let me faint for sure but now  it doesn’t impress a lot. If you know something of special effects you start to be tranquil and sleep good dreams.

The picture was of the two directors of Pirates, killed, decapitated and the heads put in a basket.

A strong idea, but in the wrong moment and wrong time because in France, precisely Lione a man was decapitated by some Islamists during a terrorist attack, that, apart France, involved Kuwait and Tunisia at the same time.

Mr. Singer spokesman of the production said to the Bulletin that the post was “A joke”.

The heads in fact, he said, the ones of the directors of the movies, Ronning and Espen Sandberg. A more shy man the other director Sandberg, and someone who prefers to work in the shadow if compared to Ronning more devoted at the public relations with the public and fans.

Mr. Singer: “Joachim has taken down the post and would like to express his apologies to anyone who might have been upset or offended” added.

At the same time, publicist Michael Singer added that the production of Pirates has been impressed by Australians in term of work.

“This experience has shown a light on just how great Australian crews are. Their work ethic is tremendous”, he said. Yes, Australians are very serious in term of work.

Production assured they will return in Australia for other productions and who knows? Maybe for another Pirates.

 

 

Anna Maria Polidori

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