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Last we saw Will Turner, he had just died, and it was very, very sad. But, once a pirate, always a pirate, even if that means your destiny is to sail the seas as an Undead Pirate Captain for all of eternity. Yo ho, yo ho, that sounds like…fun?

Captain Turner can tell us himself if it’s fun or just meh. The brand new teaser for Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales gives us our first quick glimpse at Will, and he is, without a doubt, still very dead. We know this, because he has barnacles on his face — unless that’s some brand new pirate skin care regime, and if it is, we’ve got to try it.

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While Will might be the ~dead man~ the title refers to (if he’s telling tales, we want a front row seat FOR SURE), there’s a whole lot of other stuff going on in Pirates of the Caribbean. Along with this new teaser, Disney also released a hearty plot description, and shiver me timbers, it is heavy:

The Trident of Poseidon? A brand new ship called the Dying Gull that doesn’t sound at all like it’s totally doomed to sink? Also, the return of Captain Barbosa? Pirates 5 might be too much for our swashbuckling hearts to handle.

And we still don’t even know how Will plays into this story! Not only Will, but maybe Elizabeth, too?? Set a course for Memorial Day Weekend, because that’s when Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales sails into theaters.