She has lived for twenty years as if in a nightmare, suffering from dyslexia, clumsiness and a lack of male attention.Keira, who graced the November issue of GLAMOUR, also said: "I think women's bodies are a battleground and photography is partly to blame.
"I have such fond memories of making the first three films, they were such an important part of my career and my life, really," said Orlando.I said when the second one came out that there wasn't going to be another one for me.I mean, they were already shooting the third one at that time. It was an extraordinary experience, you know, but I was 17 when I started it and 21 when I finished. And, you know, they are amazing people, but I've always wanted to act because I like changing. And I sort of feel like I've done the pirating thing, as wonderful as it was and it was amazing.” They weren't in the fourth film because they said in an interview before that they wanted to further there career and although it was fun for them they want to have different roles within the industry.But let’s see.’ The 40-year-old actor is returning to his role as Will Turner in fifth installment Salazar’s Revenge, and believes the film’s directors Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg have captured the ‘simplicity and charm’ that made the original movie such a hit. ‘My son has a girl, which is a throwback to me and Keira [Knightley] and Johnny does what he does so well and Javier Bardem is just eating the scenery.He’s amazing.’ Good job we could be seeing those amazing acting skills for a sixth time then.