Be sure to catch Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales on Digital in HD and 4K Ultra HD starting today (Sept. 19)! We all know what it’s about, but I want to show you a few highlights of the bonus items you will get plus a recipe to make, so you have something to eat with it!
The Bonus material includes a collection of behind-the-scenes, making-of stories, including a conversation with directors Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg; a sit-down with the two young newcomers who play Henry and Carina; the secrets behind the menacing new villain, Salazar, and his ferocious ghost sharks; an on-set visit with Jack’s first mate from all five films; a chat with Sir Paul McCartney who appears as Uncle Jack; and a discussion about the franchise’s legacy; along with hilarious bloopers, deleted scenes and memories from producer Jerry Bruckheimer’s photo diary.
The rip-roaring adventure—packed with humor, suspense and jaw-dropping special effects—finds down-on-his-luck Captain Jack feeling the winds of ill fortune blowing strongly his way when deadly ghost sailors, led by the terrifying Captain Salazar (Bardem), escape from the Devil’s Triangle bent on killing every pirate at sea—notably Jack.
While watching the movie (which is amazing BTW!), you will definitely get your hunger up. Enjoy these pirate cookies!
- 1 package of double stuffed oreos
- 1 bag of chocolate melting wafers
- 1 bag of white chocolate melts
- wax paper
- cookie sheet
- two small pots
- 1 piping bag with the number 2 tips
Fill 1/4 of the bottom pot with water and place on medium heat
Place the second pot on top for a few minutes to get hot
Add the bag of chocolate melts to the top pop
Dip in your oreo until fully coated
Using a fork, pick up the oreo from the bottom and lightly tap the edge of the pot so extra chocolate can fall off
Place onto the cookie sheet lined with wax paper
Let sit for 10 minutes in the fridge to harden
Clean out the top pot so that you can use it again for the white chocolate melts
Once melted add into the piping bag
Wrap a paper towel around the bag so that you don't burn your hand
Pipe on the skull and crossbones
Let sit for 30 minutes to an hour so that your cookie can harden