The women of Pirates of the Caribbean are strong, independent, and totally bada**. Throughout the films in the franchise, we've come to love characters such as Elizabeth Swann and Angelica. Unsurprisingly, many of the details in this list are easy to miss the first time around and required eagle-eyed fans to catch them. So here are some of the best small details about the Pirates of the Carribean women we found on the internet.
Davy Jones References Back To The First Movie When He Calls Calypso A “Heathen God”
In POTC: At World’s End (2007), Davy Jones calls Calypso a “heathen god." This is a callback to the first movie, where Barbossa said "heathen gods" cursed the Aztec Curse. Writer Ted Elliot said this provided some supernatural continuity in the series.111Interesting detail?
When Elizabeth Falls In The Water, The Clouds Form The Shape Of A Hand
In Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, during the scene, when Elizabeth falls into the ocean, activating the coin around her neck, the clouds in the sky form an outstretched, grasping hand coming towards the island.111Interesting detail?
Tia Dalma’s Heart Shaped Locket
In Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, when the crew meet Tia Dalma, we can see a heart-shaped locket. later we see a similar locket on Davy Jones' ship - a hint at the reveal in A World's end that Tia Dalma is calypso/the woman he fell in love with.100Interesting detail?
Jack Has His Mother’s Shrunken Head Tied To His Belt. It First Appeared In 'At World’s End'Photo: On Stranger Tides / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures / At World’s End / Buena Vista Pictures
In POTC: On Stranger Tides (2011), Jack has his mother’s shrunken head tied to his belt. It first appeared in At World’s End (2007).101Interesting detail?