Three Pirates enough for Keira
Keira Knightley has confirmed she won't be starring in the fourth instalment of Pirates Of The Caribbean.
The Oscar-nominated actress revealed she will not reprise her role as Elizabeth Swann for Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, which will star Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow and Penelope Cruz as his love interest.
"I said when I finished the trilogy that that was going to be it - I had a wonderful time on it and I met some extraordinary people but you know, I think, for me three is enough, definitely," she said at the Laurence Olivier awards in London.
Keira - who was up for best supporting actress for her theatre debut in The Misanthrope - insisted she will still continue to make films.
"I've got three films coming out - London Boulevard, Never Let Me Go and Last Night - then I'm just off to do another one called The Talking Cure," she added.