Scene Stealer: Stellan Skarsgård
PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: AT WORLD'S END (2007)
In the third installment of this hugely popular franchise, Skarsgård reprises his role as Bootstrap Bill, the cursed father of Orlando Bloom's Will Turner.
"When I met with Gore Verbinski [before making Dead Man's Chest] and saw the sketches, he promised me there would be just a little seafood on my face in the beginning and the rest would be CGI. It didn't turn out that way. By the end, I was in makeup for more than four hours. But in At World's End, I'm deteriorating more and actually becoming a part of the ship, so it ended up taking six hours. If I'm going to do more of these films, I should probably renegotiate the CGI and mussels thing."
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