Pirates of the Caribbean: Tales of the Code – Wedlocked -If you’re a fan of the Pirates of the Caribbean films, then you might want to check out the live-action short Wedlocked, which is included on the Blu-ray collection of the four original Pirates movies. The story centers on two wenches who believe they’ve been betrothed to Captain Jack Sparrow, but are really just being sold as brides by an auctioneer. The film is directed by James Ward Byrkit and stars John Vickery.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Tales of the Code contains the live-action short “Wedlocked,” a prequel to “The Curse of the Black Pearl.” Wedlocked follows two wenches who are promised to the same future husband, but find out later that their husbands are actually pirates. The two girls are put up for auction, with horny pirates virtually drooling over them.
A prequel to the first Pirates movie, Wedlocked begins with two brides to be, Giselle and Scarlett. The brides are sold to pirates, who are willing to exchange goats for them. The auction scene was just pure fun, and references to the Disneyland ride were cleverly incorporated throughout. A couple of scenes featured Scarlett and Giselle, who are clearly inspired by the Disney princesses.
It’s been nearly two decades since Johnny Depp’s role as Captain Jack Sparrow was last seen on screen. While some fans are unhappy with his departure as Jack Sparrow, others are eager to see him in the next adventure. Though his recent personal and legal issues have put a damper on the progress of the franchise, Depp appears to be coming out of them with flying colors.
“Wedlocked” is a live-action short film from the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. It’s the prequel to “The Curse of the Black Pearl,” and is set during an auction. In the short, two wenches think that they’re being betrothed to Jack Sparrow, but instead, they’re being auctioned off as brides. It’s directed by James Ward Byrkit and stars John Vickery.
After saving Jack from Davy Jones’s Locker, the crew of the Black Pearl rally around their father. In addition to saving Jack, Will sets out to save his father. But, he finds himself condemned to be a soul-guide for lost souls at sea. Will is later found by Elizabeth and their son ten years later.
“On Stranger Tides” is the fourth movie in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, and it’s the most expensive one. It also has the best production value of the series, and it follows Jack Sparrow as he searches for the Fountain of Youth. This movie also features the legendary pirate Blackbeard.
“The Curse of the Black Pearl” is a swashbuckling adventure that blends pirate legend, 1700s international politics, ghost stories, and comedic timing. It is a perfect launching point for the entire franchise.
Scarlett and Giselle
The making of Tales of the Code: Wedlocked began in late 2006, as Walt Disney Studios finished shooting its next feature film, At World’s End. While working on At World’s End, concept consultant Jim Byrkit conceived the idea for a short film. He envisioned something based on Gore Verbinski’s classic children’s book, The Pirate Code. Byrkit worked with writers Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio to develop the storyline.
Giselle and Scarlett are married in a dowry, and Giselle’s marriage is at stake. During the auction, Giselle is the first to be auctioned off. The Marquis D’avis offers five pieces of silver for her, and Scarlett accepts the offer. They then compete for the highest bid.
The auctioneer insists that he traded Giselle and Scarlett fairly. But Giselle is unsure of this. She slaps him in the face and then says he’ll pay for his actions. The auctioneer then throws a key to Giselle’s shackles and then grabs a revolver.
In the beginning, Giselle admits to being unsuitable. The other men present laughed and scoffed at her. This led to a fight between the two women. They are subsequently married to different men. But they are reunited in the end.
The sequel, The Curse of the Black Pearl, was based on the prequel Tales of the Code: Wedlocked. The storyline revolves around the two brides-to-be. It takes place on the Island of Shipwreck. They discover that Jack Sparrow has duped them. He had promised the women a marriage and they end up on a auction.
Scarlett and Giselle are shackled after the auction. Giselle and Scarlett fight, but eventually stop fighting after the auctioneer corrects them. They are now his property, according to the Pirate Code.
Isle of Tortuga
In Tales of the Code, the Isle of Tortuga is one of the fabled Caribbean islands. This small island was once a Spanish colony and became a pirate base during the early sixteenth century. The first recorded reference to the Isle of Tortuga is found in the 1640s when a French captain, Jean La Vasseur, raided the island and took control of most of the major ports. He also built a fort overlooking the main harbour to deter further Spanish encroachment. Eventually, the Tortuga became a favored base for pirates and privateers from all nations. To this end, La Vasseur opened up the port to pirates of all nations and rewarded privateers with a percentage of the wealth of each vessel that anchored.
Once the Spanish had departed, the pirates began to set up colonies on the Isle of Tortuga. The French and English buccaneers began cultivating tobacco and sugarcane, and the pirate community thrived. As a result, Sir Henry Morgan’s operations in the Isle of Tortuga plundered the Spanish, bringing with him a rich trade.
The Isle of Tortuga is located just off the coast of Haiti. It is mountainous and rocky, especially on the northern part. Most of the island’s inhabitants lived on the southern shore, as the island had a port for ships. During the early seventeenth century, the Isle of Tortuga became the main focus of pirate activity.
A major center of pirate activity, the Isle of Tortuga was one of the few islands that pirates considered “free.” Because of the expansion of the East India Trading Company, it was one of the few places in the Caribbean where pirates could live in relative freedom.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Tales of the Code – Wedlocked
This short film is a prequel to the Curse of the Black Pearl. It explains why the pirate ship sinks and why the girls become so upset with Jack Sparrow. The story also explores the relationship between the two women, Giselle and Scarlett.
Giselle is played by Vanessa Branch. Giselle is a friend of Scarlett. Both women have relationships with Jack Sparrow, and they each slap each other when they find out he’s been cheating on them. She ends up with Gibbs at the end of the third film.
Giselle and Scarlett get ready for their weddings, and are told they’ve been mated to the same future husband. When they leave the room, Giselle and Scarlett realize the deception. They’ve been kidnapped by pirates. The pirates auction the brides, and the bidding goes high.
The plot is complicated by the fact that Jack Sparrow’s character is a former Pirate Lord of the Brethren Court. His father, Barbossa, is immortal. This makes Jack long for revenge and lifts the curse on him. Ultimately, this story is an emotional roller coaster, but it’s also thrilling to watch.
Henry Turner is an interesting character. He is in the first Pirates of the Caribbean film and helps Jack Sparrow escape from Port Royal. He also breaks the curse on the Black Pearl’s crew. Ultimately, the two become close and begin their love affair.
The marriage between Jack Sparrow and Giselle is one of the most controversial stories in the series. It involves an extremely complex relationship between the two men and has a complicated history.