This page discusses how to watch all five Pirates of the Caribbean films in the correct order, as well as where to find them. You may rent or buy them all on Amazon Prime Video, or you can watch them plus their bonus content on Disney+.
What You Should Know
- Curse of the Black Pearl > Dead Man’s Chest > At the End of the World > Stranger Tides > Dead Men Tell No Tales
- All films have bonus content available on Disney+ in their respective menus.
- All of the films are also available on Amazon, but much of the extra content must be rented separately.
The Pirates of the Caribbean Series in Order
|Movie||Release date||Where to Watch|
|Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl||2003||Disney+|
|Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest||2006||Disney+|
|Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End||2007||Disney+|
|Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides||2011||Disney+|
|Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Salazar’s Revenge)||2017||Disney+|
Super Fan? Add the Secret Short Film to Your List
If you stick to the main films, watching The Pirates of the Caribbean in chronological order is simple, but there is a short film that serves as a prelude to the entire franchise. Pirates of the Caribbean: Tales of the Code – Wedlocked was only officially released as a special feature on the 15-disc 3D Blu-ray/2D Blu-ray/DVD + Digital Copy release in the United States, as well as the five-disc set in the United Kingdom. On YouTube, you can watch Pirates of the Caribbean: Tales of the Code – Wedlocked.
The Pirates of the Caribbean films have a total runtime of 726 minutes, so watching them all back to back would take you just over 12 hours. That doesn’t take into account breaks, which you should definitely do, or the few precious seconds it takes to travel from one film to the next in Disney+.
As it is customary for huge movie franchises to move around in time, making it even more difficult for fans who want to watch them in the best sequence, you want to watch Pirates of the Caribbean in chronological order—it also corresponds to the chronology of the film universe.You can watch the Pirates of the Caribbean series in order, beginning with the original 2003 release of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. If you want more, you should look at some of the extras available on Disney Plus. Extra and deleted scenes, original trailers, blooper reels, and even CGI scene development shorts are all well worth your time.