Blackbeard


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Black·beard

 (blăk′bîrd′)
See Edward Teach.

Blackbeard

(ˈblækˌbɪəd)
n
(Biography) nickname of (Edward) Teach. See Teach
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Noun1.Blackbeard - an English pirate who operated in the Caribbean and off the Atlantic coast of North America (died in 1718)Blackbeard - an English pirate who operated in the Caribbean and off the Atlantic coast of North America (died in 1718)
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1718: Edward Teach, English pirate who used the name of Blackbeard, was killed off the coast of North Carolina.
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Filled with hope and dreams of finding his mother, Peter attempts to sleep, however Blackbeard (an almost unrecognisable Hugh Jackman) and his pirates have other plans, as they drop down from the sky in their flying ship to kidnap the sleeping orphans.
They use the children for slave labour, primarily to dig up crystals of fairy dust for their nefarious leader, Blackbeard (Jackman).
One fateful night, pirates abseil through the home's skylights, kidnap the slumbering children and spirit them away to Neverland, where they become the property of ageing seadog Blackbeard (Hugh Jackman).
Hugh Jackman as Blackbeard, left, |and Rooney Mara as Tiger Lily, above
Hugh cuts quite the dandy as the infamous Blackbeard in Pan, though his initial vision for the character did not quite mesh with that of his director, Joe Wright.
It is essentially an 'origins' story as young Peter (newcomer Miller) is kidnapped by pirates, led by the flamboyant Blackbeard (Jackman), and spirited away to Neverland in a flying boat to join his band of child captives.