Kicking off what I'm calling the official "Pirates of The Caribbean: At World's End" thread is the worldwide release of the trailer. Needless to say, the movie is the single most highly anticipated thing I'm looking forward to this year.
The trailer is monstrously kickass, as to be expected. There looks to be epic battles aplenty, and as the producers themselves stated, there's going to be more ship-to-ship skirmishes involved. Chow Yun-Fat looks like a natural pirate, and as for the rest of the principle cast (which includes the likes of Pintel, Ragetti, Tia Dalma, and Norrington), it's been said that they're all going to have pivotal, character-defining moments in the film. There's a feeling of finality to the whole trailer, and as the last leg of what is now considered a trilogy, I hope the movie delivers in the end. Most are going to disagree with me based on the general consensus of the last two films, but I'm hoping this one actually turns out even longer in length, in order to resolve the series proper. There's just so many story arches going now that two and a half hours just doesn't seem long enough to wrap it all up. (For the record, Bruckheimer had stated that the first cut of the film was three hours long. I wouldn't say no to that. ^_^)
My favorite part of the trailer? Definitely the shot of Jones and Sparrow dueling on top of the ship's mast toward the end.