'Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End' is to be the last film in the adventure series. Screenwriters Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio (TOP LEFT) - who also penned the first two films 'The Curse of the Black Pearl' and 'Dead Man's Chest' - want the third instalment to be the final movie. Elliott said: "'At World's End' is a fairly apt title. There is the idea of an end of an era - the golden age of piracy coming to a close."Rossio added: "Certainly with 'At World's End' the tone is different. LikeTed said, there is an epic and of the era feel to it."The announcement comes just weeks after Keira Knightley - who plays damsel Elizabeth Swann in the series - revealed she did not want to reprise her role for a fourth time. She said at the time: "I've been playing this girl since I was 17. I'm 21 now and I'm onto very different things, but it's fun to try to invest Elizabeth with some rebellious spirit."

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