List of accolades received by the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise

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List of awards won by the Pirates franchise
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Johnny Depp has been critically lauded for his portrayal of Jack Sparrow and has been nominated for over 30 awards.
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 82 171
Footnotes

The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise is a fantasy-adventure film series consisting of The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003), Dead Man's Chest (2006), At World's End (2007) and On Stranger Tides (2011). The first three films were directed by Gore Verbinski, while the fourth was by Rob Marshall, the series was written by Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. The Pirates films have featured such characters as Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp), Will Turner (Orlando Bloom), Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley), Captain Hector Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush), Joshamee Gibbs (Kevin McNally), Davy Jones (Bill Nighy), Angelica (Penélope Cruz), Blackbeard (Ian McShane), Philip Swift (Sam Claflin) and Syrena (Àstrid Bergès-Frisbey). Hans Zimmer composed the score primarily, although Klaus Badelt composed for the first film.

The Curse of the Black Pearl was 2003's fourth highest-grossing film worldwide (behind The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, Finding Nemo and The Matrix Reloaded).[1] Dead Man's Chest was 2006's highest-grossing film worldwide,[2] and the sixth highest-grossing film of all time (originally third), behind Avatar, Titanic, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2, Transformers: Dark of the Moon and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. At World's End was 2007's highest-grossing film worldwide and the twelfth highest ever (originally sixth),[3] and On Stranger Tides was 2011's third highest-grossing film of 2011 and is the twelfth highest-grossing film of all time worldwide.[4]

Pirates of the Caribbean has received reviews ranging from positive to negative. The Curse of the Black Pearl received 78% positive reviews of 197 sampled critics on review aggregate Rotten Tomatoes and garnered an average rating of 7.1/10.[5] Dead Man's Chest received a 54% "Rotten" rating on Rotten Tomatoes.[6] At World's End has a "Rotten" rating of 45% on Rotten Tomatoes[7] and 50% at Metacritic,[8] although opinions differed from positive[9][10] to negative.[11][12][13] On Stranger Tides has received generally mixed reviews. Rotten Tomatoes reports that 33% of critics have given the film a positive review based on 232 reviews, with an average score of 5/10.[14]

It has won a plethora of prestigious awards and has gathered 10 Academy Award nominations (five for The Curse of the Black Pearl, three for Dead Man's Chest and two for At World's End),[15][16][17] with one win for Best Visual Effects in 2006 for Dead Man's Chest.[16] Pirates has also won two BAFTA awards,[18][19][20] 17 Teen Choice Awards,[21][22] and has been nominated for two Golden Globes,[23][24] two Eddie awards (winning one),[25][26][27] one Grammy,[28] nine MTV Movie Awards (winning four),[29][30][31] 17 Saturn Awards (winning four),[32][33][34] seven Satellites (winning one)[35] and two Artios Awards.[36][37]

The Curse of the Black Pearl[edit]

Keira Knightley was nominated for two Saturn Awards for her portrayal of Elizabeth Swann.[32]

The franchise's first film, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, was released in 2003 to a high gross,[1] and positive reviews,[5] with Empire magazine claiming it to be "the best blockbuster of the summer"[38] and Roger Ebert praising Johnny Depp's performance for its "originality".[39] It was directed by Gore Verbinski and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer. The story is of a blacksmith, Will Turner, (Orlando Bloom) and a pirate, Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp), as they rescue a kidnapped Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley) from the cursed crew of the Black Pearl, captained by Hector Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush).

It was nominated for five Academy Awards, but did not win in any of its categories.[15][40] It was also nominated for five BAFTA Awards (winning one),[18] five Empire Awards (winning one),[41][42][43][44][45] one Golden Globe,[23] three Golden Reel Awards (winning one),[46] six MTV Movie Awards (winning one),[29] five Online Film Critics Society Awards,[47] eight Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards,[48] six Satellite Awards,[35] 11 Saturn Awards (winning one),[32] five Teen Choice Awards (winning four),[49] eight Visual Effects Society Award (winning two)[49] and two Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards (winning one),[50][51] with multiple other awards.[52][53]

Award Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
Academy Awards[54] Best Actor in a Leading Role[15][40] Johnny Depp Nominated
Best Makeup[15][40] Ve Neill, Martin Samuel Nominated
Best Sound Editing[15][40] Christopher Boyes, George Watters II Nominated
Best Sound Mixing[15][40] Christopher Boyes, David Parker, David E. Campbell, Lee Orloff Nominated
Best Visual Effects[15][40] John Knoll, Hal T. Hickel, Charles Gibson, Terry D. Frazee Nominated
American Choreography Awards Outstanding Achievement in Choreography – Fight[52] George Marshall Ruge Won
Art Directors Guild Excellence in Production Design – Period or Fantasy Film[53] Brian Morris, Derek R. Hill, Donald B. Woodruff, James E. Tocci, William Ladd Skinner, Robert Woodruff Nominated
Artios Awards Best Casting for Feature Film, Comedy[36] Ronna Kress Nominated
ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards Top Box Office Films[55] Klaus Badelt Won
BAFTA Awards Best Makeup and Hair[18] Ve Neill, Martin Samuel Won
Best Special Visual Effects[18] John Knoll, Hal T. Hickel, Terry D. Frazee, Charles Gibson Nominated
Best Costume Design[18] Penny Rose Nominated
Best Actor in a Leading Role[18] Johnny Depp Nominated
Best Sound[18] Christopher Boyes, George Watters II, Lee Orloff, David Parker, David E. Campbell Nominated
Bram Stoker Awards Best Screenplay[56] Ted Elliott, Terry Rossio Nominated
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards Best Family Film[57] Won
Best Actor[58] Johnny Depp Nominated
Cinema Audio Society Awards Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Motion Pictures[59] Christopher Boyes, David Parker, David E. Campbell, Lee Orloff Nominated
Costume Designers Guild Awards Excellence in Costume Design for Film – Period/Fantasy[60] Penny Rose Nominated
Eddie Awards Best Edited Feature Film – Comedy or Musical[25] Craig Wood, Stephen E. Rivkin, Arthur Schmidt Won
Empire Awards Best Actor[41] Johnny Depp Won
Best British Actress[42] Keira Knightley Nominated
Best Film[43] Nominated
Best Newcomer[44] Mackenzie Crook Nominated
Scene of the Year – "The rum scene"[45] Nominated
Golden Globe Awards Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy[23] Johnny Depp Nominated
Golden Reel Awards Best Sound Editing in Domestic Features – Dialogue & ADR[46][61] George Watters II, Christopher Boyes, Teri E. Dorman, Jessica Gallavan, Ulrika Akander, David A. Arnold, Gloria D'Alessandro, Lisa J. Levine, Victoria Rose Sampson, Karen Spangenberg Won
Best Sound Editing in Domestic Features – Sound Effects & Foley[46] George Watters II, Christopher Boyes, Victoria Martin, Addison Teague, Timothy Nielsen, Ken Fischer, Matthew Harrison, James Likowski, Christine Danelski, Valerie Davidson, Solange S. Schwalbe Nominated
Best Sound Editing in a Feature – Music – Feature Film[46] Jeanette Surga, Christopher Brooks, Kenneth Karman Nominated
Golden Trailer Awards Best Action[62] Giaronomo Productions Nominated
Hollywood Film Festival Hollywood Movie of the Year[63] Gore Verbinski Won
Hollywood Breakthrough Acting Awards[64] Orlando Bloom Won
Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Awards Best Character Hair Styling – Feature[65] Martin Samuel, Lucia Mace Won
Best Period Makeup – Feature[66] Ve Neill, Joel Harlow, Douglas Noe, David DeLeon, Ken Diaz, David Dupuis, Deborah Patino Rutherford, Jene Fielder Won
Best Character Makeup – Feature[66] Ve Neill, Joel Harlow Nominated
Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation – Long Form[67] Nominated
Irish Film and Television Awards Best International Actor[68] Johnny Depp Won
Best International Actress[68] Keira Knightley Won
MTV Movie Awards Best Male Performance[29] Johnny Depp Won
Best Comedic Performance[29] Johnny Depp Nominated
Best Movie[29] Nominated
Best On-Screen Duo[29] Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom Nominated
Best Villain[29] Geoffrey Rush Nominated
Best Breakthrough Performance[29] Keira Knightley Nominated
MTV Movie Awards Mexico Best Look (Mejor Look)[69][70] Johnny Depp Won
Sexiest Hero (Héroe más Sexy)[70] Orlando Bloom Won
Online Film Critics Society Awards Best Actor[47] Johnny Depp Nominated
Best Costume Design[47] Nominated
Best Original Score[47] Klaus Badelt Nominated
Best Sound[47] Nominated
Best Visual Effects[47] Nominated
People's Choice Awards Favorite Motion Picture[71] Won
Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards Best Costume Design[48] Penny Rose Nominated
Best Director[48] Gore Verbinski Nominated
Best Makeup[48] Ve Neill, Martin Samuel Nominated
Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role[48] Johnny Depp Nominated
Best Picture[48] Nominated
Best Production Design[48] Brian Morris Nominated
Best Visual Effects[48] John Knoll, Hal T. Hickel, Charles Gibson, Terry D. Frazee Nominated
Breakout Performance – On Screen[48] Keira Knightley Nominated
Satellite Awards Best Costume Design[35] Penny Rose Nominated
Best Film – Musical or Comedy[35] Nominated
Best Overall DVD[35] Nominated
Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy[35] Johnny Depp Nominated
Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture[35] Geoffrey Rush Nominated
Best Visual Effects[35] John Knoll Nominated
Saturn Awards Best Costume[32] Penny Rose Won
Cinescape Genre Face of the Future Award – Female[32] Keira Knightley Nominated
Best Actor[32] Johnny Depp Nominated
Best DVD Special Edition Release[32] Nominated
Best Direction[32] Gore Verbinski Nominated
Best Fantasy Film[32] Nominated
Best Make-up[32] Ve Neill, Martin Samuel Nominated
Best Music[32] Klaus Badelt Nominated
Best Special Effects[32] John Knoll, Hal T. Hickel, Terry D. Frazee, Charles Gibson Nominated
Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor[32] Geoffrey Rush Nominated
Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress[32] Keira Knightley Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role[72] Johnny Depp Won
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Chemistry[49] Keira Knightley, Orlando Bloom Won
Choice Movie Fight/Action Sequence[49] Orlando Bloom, Johnny Depp Won
Choice Movie Liar[49] Johnny Depp Won
Choice Movie Liplock[49] Keira Knightley, Orlando Bloom Won
Choice Breakout Movie Star – Female[49] Keira Knightley Nominated
Visual Effects Society Award Outstanding Matte Painting in a Motion Picture[73] Yannick Dusseault, Susumu Yukuhiro, Jonathan Harb Won
Outstanding Special Effects in Service to Visual Effects in a Motion Picture[73] Geoff Heron, Robbie Clot, Jason Brackett, John McLeod Won
Outstanding Character Animation in a Live Action Motion Picture[73] Sue Campbell, James Tooley, Geoff Campbell, Dugan Beach Nominated
Outstanding Models and Miniatures in a Motion Picture[73] Charles Bailey, Peter Bailey, Robert Edwards, Don Bies Nominated
Outstanding Models and Miniatures in a Motion Picture[73] Geoff Campbell, James Tooley, Steve Walton, Dugan Beach Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Male or Female Actor in an Effects Film[73] Keira Knightley Nominated
Outstanding Visual Effects Photography in a Motion Picture[73] Carl Miller, Michael Conte, Tami Carter Nominated
Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects Driven Motion Picture[73] John Knoll, Patrick T. Myers, Hal T. Hickel, Jill Brooks Nominated
Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards Best Guilty Pleasure[50] Won
Best Actor[51] Johnny Depp Nominated
World Soundtrack Awards Best Original Soundtrack of the Year[74] Klaus Badelt Nominated
World Stunt Awards Best Fight[75] Tony Angelotti, Mark Aaron Wagner Won
Young Artist Awards Best Family Feature Film – Comedy or Musical[76] Nominated

Dead Man's Chest[edit]

Bill Nighy was nominated for a Saturn Award,[33] an MTV Movie Award,[30] and won a Teen Choice Award[77] for his portrayal of Davy Jones.

The franchise's second film, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest was released in 2006 to a high gross of over $1 billion,[2] but received mixed reviews,[6] with BBC critic Paul Arendt negatively comparing it to The Matrix Reloaded, as "a complex film that merely led onto the next film"[78] but Michael Booth of The Denver Post called it "two hours and 20 minutes of escapism that once again makes the movies safe for guilt-free fun."[79] It was directed by Gore Verbinski, written by Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio, and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer. It was shot back-to-back with the franchise's third film, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. The film's plot follows Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) as he discovers his debt to Davy Jones (Bill Nighy) is due, and the marriage of Will Turner (Orlando Bloom) and Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley) is interrupted by Lord Cutler Beckett (Tom Hollander), who wants Turner to acquire Sparrow's compass.

It received four Academy Award nominations, of which it won one for Best Visual Effects.[16] It was also nominated for five BAFTA Awards (winning one),[19] one Eddie Award,[26] four Empire Awards,[80][81][82][83] one Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy[24] for Johnny Depp,[24] one Grammy Award,[28] three Kids' Choice Awards (winning one),[84] four MTV Movie Awards (winning two),[30] five Saturn Awards (winning one),[33] 10 Teen Choice Awards (winning seven)[77] and won all three People's Choice Award nominations,[85] six Visual Effects Society Awards[86] and a Satellite Award.[87]

Award Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
Academy Awards Best Visual Effects[16] John Knoll, Hal T. Hickel, Charlie Gibson, Allen Hall Won
Best Art Direction[16] Rick Heinrichs, Cheryl Carasik Nominated
Best Sound Editing[16] Christopher Boyes, George Watters II Nominated
Best Sound Mixing[16] Paul Massey, Christopher Boyes, Lee Orloff Nominated
Art Directors Guild Feature Film – Fantasy Film[88] Rick Heinrichs, John Dexter, William Ladd Skinner, Bruce Crone, William Hawkins, Nick Navarro, Domenic Silvestri, Robert Woodruff, Eric Sundahl, Darrell L. Wight, Gary Diamond, Clint Wallace Nominated
Artios Awards Best Feature Film Casting – Comedy[37] Denise Chamian Nominated
BAFTA Awards Best Special Visual Effects[19] John Knoll, Charles Gibson, Hal T. Hickel, Allen Hall Won
Best Costume Design[19] Penny Rose Nominated
Best Makeup and Hair[19] Ve Neill, Martin Samuel Nominated
Best Production Design[19] Rick Heinrichs, Cheryl Carasik Nominated
Best Sound[19] Christopher Boyes, George Watters II, Paul Massey, Lee Orloff Nominated
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards Best Family Film[89] Nominated
Cinema Audio Society Awards Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Motion Pictures[90] Paul Massey, Christopher Boyes, Lee Orloff Nominated
Costume Designers Guild Awards Excellence in Costume Design for Film – Period[91] Penny Rose Nominated
Eddie Awards Best Edited Feature Film – Comedy or Musical[26] Craig Wood, Stephen E. Rivkin Nominated
Empire Awards Best Actor[80] Johnny Depp Nominated
Best Actress[81] Keira Knightley Nominated
Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy[82] Nominated
Scene of the Year – "The waterwheel swordfight"[83] Nominated
Golden Globe Awards Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy[24] Johnny Depp Nominated
Golden Reel Awards Best Sound Editing in Feature Film: Music[92] Melissa Muik, Julie Pearce Nominated
Best Sound Editing in Feature Film: Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement[92] George Watters II, Christopher Boyes, Teri E. Dorman, Jessica Gallavan, David A. Arnold, Michelle Pazer, Gloria D'Alessandro, Ulrika Akander, Lisa J. Levine, Julie Feiner, Howell Gibbens Nominated
Best Sound Editing in Feature Film: Sound Effects and Foley[92] Christopher Boyes, George Watters II, Victoria Martin, Ken Fischer, Addison Teague, Timothy Nielsen, Shannon Mills, Brent Burge, Melanie Graham, Dee Selby, Matthew Harrison, James Likowski, F. Hudson Miller, Dan O'Connell, John T. Cucci Nominated
Golden Trailer Awards Summer 2006 Blockbuster[93] Buena Vista Pictures, The Ant Farm Nominated
Grammy Awards Best Score Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media[28] Hans Zimmer Nominated
Hollywood Film Festival Visual Effects of the Year[94] John Knoll Won
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie[84] Won
Favorite Male Movie Star[84] Johnny Depp Nominated
Favorite Female Movie Star[95] Keira Knightley Nominated
MTV Movie Awards Best Movie[30] Won
Best Male Performance[30] Johnny Depp Won
Best Female Performance[30] Keira Knightley Nominated
Best Villain[30] Bill Nighy Nominated
People's Choice Awards Favorite Movie[85] Won
Favorite Movie Drama[85] Won
Favorite On-Screen Match-Up[85] Keira Knightley, Johnny Depp Won
Satellite Awards Best Visual Effects[87] John Knoll, Hal T. Hickel Won
Saturn Awards Best Special Effects[33] John Knoll, Hal T. Hickel, Charles Gibson, Allen Hall Won
Best Costume[33] Penny Rose Nominated
Best Fantasy Film[33] Nominated
Best Make-up[33] Ve Neill, Joel Harlow Nominated
Best Supporting Actor[33] Bill Nighy Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Liplock[21] Keira Knightley, Orlando Bloom Won
Choice Movie Actor: Action Adventure[22] Johnny Depp Won
Choice Summer Movie[22] Won
Choice Movie Scream Keira Knightley Won
Choice Movie: Action Adventure[22] Won
Choice Movie: Rumble[22] Orlando Bloom, Jack Davenport Won
Choice Hissy Fit[22] Keira Knightley Won
Choice Movie Sleazebag[22] Bill Nighy Won
Choice Hottie Male[77] Orlando Bloom Nominated
Choice Movie Actress: Action Adventure[77] Keira Knightley Nominated
Visual Effects Society Awards Best Single Visual Effect of the Year[86] John Knoll, Ned Gorman, Jakub Pistecky, Tom Fejes Won
Outstanding Animated Character in a Live Action Motion Picture[86] Steve Walton, Jung Seung Hong, Marc Chu, James Tooley Won
Outstanding Compositing in a Motion Picture[86] Eddie Pasquarello, François Lambert, Jeff Sutherland, Tory Mercer Won
Outstanding Created Environment in a Live Action Motion Picture[86] Chris Stoski, Susumu Yukuhiro, Jack Mongovan, Greg Salter Won
Outstanding Models and Miniatures in a Motion Picture[86] Bruce Holcomb, Ron Woodall, Charlie Bailey, Carl Miller Won
Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects Driven Motion Picture[86] John Knoll, Jill Brooks, Hal T. Hickel, Charles Gibson Won
World Stunt Awards Best Fight[96][97] Mark Aaron Wagner, Thomas DuPont, Tony Angelotti, Lisa Hoyle, Jeff Wolfe, Kirk Maxwell, Buddy Sosthand, Phil Culotta, Jeremy Fry, Tom Morga Won
Best High Work[97] Theo Kypri Nominated
Best High Work[97] Theo Kypri(nominated twice in the same category) Nominated
Young Artist Awards Best Family Feature Film – Drama[98] Nominated

At World's End[edit]

Orlando Bloom won a Teen Choice and a Kids' Choice Award for his portrayal of Will Turner, but was also nominated for a Razzie Award for Worst Supporting Actor. [21][99]

The franchise's third film, At World's End, similarly to Dead Man's Chest, received a high gross,[3] but mixed reviews,[7][8] with Total Film magazine praising the performances but complaining that the "twists and exposition made it hard to care for the characters,"[11] and James Berardinelli found it to be the weakest of the trilogy as "the last hour offers adventure as rousing as anything provided in either of the previous installments... which doesn't account for the other 108 minutes of this gorged, self-indulgent, and uneven production."[12] Gore Verbinski directed the film and the script was written by Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio. The plot follows Will Turner, Elizabeth Swann, and the crew of the Black Pearl rescuing Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp), from Davy Jones's Locker, and then preparing to fight the East India Trading Company, led by Cutler Beckett (Tom Hollander) and Davy Jones (Bill Nighy), who plan to extinguish piracy.

It was nominated for two Academy Awards, of which it won neither.[17] It was also nominated for a BAFTA Award,[20] a Costume Designers Guild Award,[100] an Eddie Award,[27] three Kids' Choice Awards (winning one),[101] three MTV Movie Awards (winning one),[31] four National Movie Awards,[102] four Saturn Awards (winning one),[34] one Screen Actors Guild Award,[103] six Teen Choice Awards (winning five),[21] seven Visual Effects Society Awards (winning two),[104] and won two People's Choice Awards.[99]

Award Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
Academy Awards Best Makeup[17] Ve Neill, Martin Samuel Nominated
Best Visual Effects[17] John Knoll, Hal T. Hickel, Charlie Gibson, John Frazier Nominated
Art Directors Guild Feature Film – Fantasy Film[105] John Dexter, Bruce Crone, William Hawkins, William Ladd Skinner, Nick Navarro, Eric Sundahl, Clint Wallace, Darrell L. Wight Nominated
ASCAP Film Music Composition of the Year – “Up Is Down”[106] Hans Zimmer Won
Best Original Score for an Action/Adventure Feature Film[106] Hans Zimmer Won
BAFTA Awards Best Special Visual Effects[20] John Knoll, Charles Gibson, Hal T. Hickel, John Frazier Nominated
Costume Designers Guild Awards Excellence in Costume Design for Film – Fantasy[100] Penny Rose Nominated
Eddie Awards Best Edited Feature Film – Comedy or Musical[27] Craig Wood, Stephen E. Rivkin Nominated
Golden Reel Awards Best Sound Editing – Dialogue and ADR for Feature Film[107] George Watters II, Christopher Boyes, Teri E. Dorman, Kimberly Harris, David A. Arnold, Gloria D'Alessandro, Lucy Coldsnow-Smith, Julie Feiner, Laura Graham, Michele Perrone Nominated
Best Sound Editing – Music in a Feature Film[107] Melissa Muik, Katie Greathouse, Barbara McDermott Nominated
Best Sound Editing – Sound Effects and Foley for Feature Film[107] Christopher Boyes, George Watters II, Victoria Martin, Ken Fischer, Shannon Mills, J.R. Grubbs, Addison Teague, David C. Hughes, Matthew Harrison, James Likowski, Thomas W. Small, Timothy Nielsen, Christopher Scarabosio Nominated
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Male Movie Star[101] Johnny Depp Won
Favorite Female Movie Star[101] Keira Knightley Nominated
Favorite Movie[101] Nominated
Mainichi Film Concours Best Foreign Film[101] Won
MTV Movie Awards Best Comedic Performance[31] Johnny Depp Won
Best Female Performance[31] Keira Knightley Nominated
Best Movie[31] Nominated
National Movie Awards Best Family Film[102][108] Nominated
Best Performance by a Female[102] Keira Knightley Nominated
Best Performance by a Male[102] Orlando Bloom Nominated
Best Performance by a Male[102] Johnny Depp Nominated
Nikkan Sports Film Awards Best Foreign Film[101] Won
People's Choice Awards Best Movie[99] Won
Best Threequel[99] Won
Razzie Awards Worst Supporting Actor[109] Orlando Bloom Nominated
Rembrandt Awards Best International Actor (Beste Buitenlandse Acteur)[101] Johnny Depp Won
Best International Film (Beste Buitenlandse Film)[101] Jerry Bruckheimer Won
Satellite Awards Best Sound[110] Christopher Boyes, Paul Massey, Lee Orloff, George Watters II Nominated
Saturn Awards Best Make-up[34] Ve Neill, Martin Samuel Won
Best Costume[34] Penny Rose Nominated
Best Fantasy Film[34] Nominated
Best Special Effects[34] John Knoll, Hal T. Hickel, Charles Gibson, John Frazier Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture[103] See below Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actor: Action Adventure[21] Johnny Depp Won
Choice Movie Actress: Action Adventure[21] Keira Knightley Won
Choice Movie: Action Adventure[21][111] Won
Choice Movie: Rumble(Will Turner vs. Crew of The Flying Dutchman)[21] Orlando Bloom Won
Choice Movie: Villain[21] Bill Nighy Won
Choice Movie Actor: Action Adventure[112] Orlando Bloom Nominated
Visual Effects Society Awards Outstanding Animated Character in a Live Action Motion Picture[104] Hal T. Hickel, Marc Chu, Jakub Pistecky, Maia Kayser Won
Outstanding Created Environment in a Live Action Motion Picture[104] Frank Losasso Petterson, Paul Sharpe, Joakim Arnesson, David Meny Won
Best Single Visual Effect of the Year[104] John Knoll, Jill Brooks, François Lambert, Philippe Rebours Nominated
Outstanding Compositing in a Motion Picture[104] Eddie Pasquarello, Katrin Klaiber, Jen Howard, Shawn Hillier Nominated
Outstanding Compositing in a Motion Picture[104] Lou Pecora, Joel Behrens, Ted Andre, Kevin Lingenfelser Nominated
Outstanding Models or Miniatures in a Motion Picture[104] Kenneth Bailey, Bruce Holcomb, Carl Miller, Geoff Heron Nominated
Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects Driven Motion Picture[104] John Knoll, Jill Brooks, Hal T. Hickel, Charlie Gibson Nominated
^"Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture" Nominees : George Marshall Ruge, Tsuyoshi Abe, Kevin Abercrombie, Joey Anaya, Tony Angelotti, Greg Anthony, Noby Arden, Sala Baker, Daniel W. Barringer, Brian Bennett, Richard L. Blackwell, Ben Bray, Dan Brown, Joe Bucaro III, Richard Bucher, Keith Campbell, Jay Caputo, Darryl Chan, Alex Chansky, Eric Chen, Fernando Chien, Ilram Choi, Arnold Chon, Brian Patrick Collins, Geovanny Corvera, Brycen Counts, Shawn Crowder, Phil Culotta, Mark De Alessandro, John Dixon, J. Mark Donaldson, John Donohue, Brian Duffy, Jayson Dumenigo, Thomas DuPont, Andy Dylan, Greg Wayne Elam, Kofi Elam, Paul Eliopoulos, Robert Elmore, Masaaki Endo, Jonathan Eusebio, Roel Failma, Dane Farwell, Jeremy Fry, Darin Fujimori, Richie Gaona, Mickey Giacomazzi, Erica Grace, Dean Grimes, Charles Grisham, Al Goto, Sam Hargrave, Zac Henry, Steven Ho, Lisa Hoyle, Randall Huber, Zach Hudson, Alex Huynh, Yoshio Iizuka, Keii Johnston, John Koyama, Anthony Kramme, Theo Kypri, Reuben Langdon, Danny Le Boyer, Don Lee, Michelle Lee, Will Leong, Christopher Leps, James Lew, Michael Li, Sam Looc, Kurt D. Lott, Ray Lykins, Rob Mars, Kirk Maxwell, Mark McDaniels, Lee McDermott, Angela Meryl, Norman Mora, Tom Morga, Marty Murray, Tadahiro Nakamura, Mark Norby, Phi-Long Nguyen, Hugh Aodh O'Brien, Casey O'Neill, Lin Oeding, Brad Orrison, Jen Sung Outerbridge, Jim Palmer, Norb Phillips, Víctor Quintero, Denney Pierce, J.P. Romano, Thomas Rosales Jr., Bill M. Ryusaki, Gregg Sargeant, Liane Schmidt, Marc Schaffer, Craig Frosty Silva, Lincoln Simonds, Buddy Sosthand, Gary Ray Stearns, Jim Stephan, Don Tai, Lewis Tan, Philip Tan, Steve Tartalia, Bryan Thompson, Trampas Thompson, Aaron Toney, Russell Towery, Steve Upton, Xuyen Valdivia, Jon Valera, Mark Vanselow, David Wald, Mike Watson, Ryan Watson, Jack West, Webster Whinery, Webster P. Whinery Jr., Brian J. Williams, Jeff Wolfe, Adrienne Wong, Kerry Wong, Phillip Wong, Emily Wu, Kofi Yiadom, Marcus Young

On Stranger Tides[edit]

The franchise's fourth film, On Stranger Tides received a high gross,[4] but mixed reviews, with Mark Kermode giving the film an overwhelmingly negative review on his 5 Live show, saying "it's not as staggeringly misjudged as the third part, because it is just nothing, it is just a big empty nothing".[113] However, Box Office Magazine's Pete Hammond called it "The Best Pirate Outing Yet!" and praised the director for bringing "an almost lyrical grace to the mayhem".[114] It was directed by Rob Marshall, written by Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio, and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.[115] In the film, Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) is joined by Angelica (Penélope Cruz) in his search for the Fountain of Youth, confronting the infamous pirate Blackbeard (Ian McShane).[115]

Award Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
Golden Trailer Awards Summer 2011 Blockbuster Trailer[116] Create Advertising Group Nominated
Best Summer Blockbuster 2011 TV Spot[116] Create Advertising Group Nominated
Teen Choice Awards[117] Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Johnny Depp Nominated
Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Penélope Cruz Nominated
Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Nominated
Choice Movie: Villain Ian McShane Nominated
Peoples Choice Awards Favorite Movie - Nominated
Favorite Ensemble Movie Cast - Nominated
Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards Favorite Movie Actor Johnny Depp Won
Empire Awards Best Male Newcomer Sam Claflin Nominated

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