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Pirates of the Caribbean cast Elizabeth Swann, see how she looked then and now.

Pirates of the Caribbean became a media franchise in the 2000s with the release of The Curse of the Black Pearl in 2003.

The film was created by Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio and had a gross weight of over $4.5 billion, putting the film franchise 14th in the list of all time highest grossing franchises and film series.

Pirates of the Caribbean is also Disney media franchise encompassing numerous theme park rides, a series of films, and spin-off novels, as well as a number of related video games and other media publications.

The franchise originated with the theme park ride of the same name, which opened at Disneyland in 1967 and was one of the last Disneyland rides overseen by Walt Disney. Disney based the ride on pirate legends, folklore and novels, such as those by Italian writer Emilio Salgari.

Let's get started with the main reason why we came here.

Elizabeth Swann (later Elizabeth Turner) is a fictional character in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series. Elizabeth is the only child to Weatherby Swann, the love interest (later wife) to Will Turner, mother to Henry Turner and daughter-in-law to William “Bootstrap Bill” Turner.

She was just 18 when Pirates of the Caribbean first hit theaters. In fact, she was only 17 when she began portraying the adventurous daughter of Governor Weatherby Swann. Her mother had to travel with her while Knightley was on location.

Her real name is Keira Knightly. After she acted the movie, she has now changed tremendously to the extent that you might not believe it's really her. See her then and now picture:

Now she is thin and very skinny in appearance. Many people are saying probably she may be suffering from a sickness.

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