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Penelope Cruz In Talks to Be 'Pirates of the Caribbean 4' Beauty

February 11, 2010 (3:10 am) GMT
The role offered to the 'Nine' actress is being kept secret, but she is said to be Captain Jack Sparrow's foil and equal in many ways.

Though has announced her departure from "", could have a new female companion on his cruise. According to The Hollywood Reporter, has been in negotiation to star opposite Depp in the next installment of "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise.

Similar to the storyline of the film, the character that may be played by the 35-year-old beauty is still kept under wraps. However, it is believed that Cruz will be Captain Jack Sparrow's foil and equal in many ways.

"Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" is expected to start principal photography in June in Hawaii for May 20, 2011 release date. Rob Marshall is set to direct while Terry Rossio and Ted Elliott have been hired to write the script. Johnny Depp will be seen reprising his role as Jack Sparrow, who reportedly will be in a quest to find the Fountain of Youth in the upcoming film.

Penelope Cruz, who gathered acclaim as a young actress for films such as "Jamon, jamon" and "The Girl of Your Dreams", was named Best Actress at 2009 BAFTA for her role in "". She is also known for her work in "" in which she played Magdalena. Most recently, the Spanish actress appeared in Rob Marshall-directed musical film "" and shot a cameo for "".


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