This movie might turn out to be great (no one knows now),
but an article on Metacritic.com about upcoming releases stated this:
"Couple source material that hasn't been relevant in decades with a director willing to indulge Johnny Depp's every makeup and costume fantasy (oh, and did we mention he's playing a Native American?), throw in numerous delays, way too many rewrites, and a budget that's reportedly near $250 million, and the studio that brought you last year's John Carter could have this year's, too. Armie Hammer plays the masked man first introduced in radio serials in the 1930s, and while you can never rule the pairing of Verbinski and Depp out—their Pirates of the Caribbean films have grossed over $2.6 billion worldwide—industry experts are already pegging this long-delayed project as a commercial flop."
Ouch! I hope "industry experts" are wrong.