In the third Pirates of the Caribbean how did jack escape the kraken?
In the third Pirates of the Caribbean Jack is rescued from Davy Jones' Locker after he is eaten by the kracken. After Jack is rescued you find later in the movie that Lord Beckett ordered Davy Jones to kill his "pet" and you see the kracken dead on a beach.
At the end of the second Pirates of the Caribbean movie, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, Elizabeth Swan kills Jack Sparrow by chaining him to the Black Pearl when the Kraken comes to get him. He goes down with the ship while the others escape. However, they rescue Jack from Davy Jones Locker in the third movie, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End.
Well, I forgot the first movie, but these are the second and third Pirates Of The Caribbean 2~ Dead Man's Chest Pirates Of The Caribbean 3~ The World's End :3 The first one is Pirates of the Caribbean - The Curse of the Black Pearl. The one being released in May 2011 is Pirates of the Caribbean 4 - On Stranger Tides.
Bill Nighy only appears in the second and third movies, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. Bill Nighy plays the character Davey Jones. The second movie was released in theaters, July 7th 2006 (USA) and the third was released in theaters May 25th, 2007 (US).
The First Pirates of the Caribbean was either partly or all filmed in the Caribbean. The Second was filmed on native islands that the director loved the look of and in the Caribbean. I am not so sure about the third one but I know the big battle sequence near the end was filmed in a large waerhouse in California with real rain and debris and life-sized ships. The fourth movie was filmed in Hawaii.
In Pirates of the Caribbean, Davey Jones is the captain of the Flying Dutchman. He is the one who is supposed to ferry souls to the 'other side'. He was condemned to do this by the ruler of the ocean, Calypso. He neglected to do this when he felt that Calypso had betrayed him, and thus became an ugly soul. Those who agree to be saved from death are subject to an eternity of servitude…