It has broken all box office records in the US, but Chinese fans of Johnny Depp might have to resort to bootleg DVDs to watch Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest after the country's notorious censors banned it from cinematic release.
Reports from China's media suggest the movie, which took a swashbuckling $132m (£71m) in its first three days Stateside, fell foul of the censors due to its violent and supernatural content. But, according to the Shanghai Daily, citing a cinema company official, the ban resulted from censors' objection to the portrayal of human cannibalism.
A Disney spokeswoman in Hong Kong said: "We are still gathering information from the Film Bureau and so at this point we cannot comment."
So I'm guessing a screening of Cannibal Holocaust is out of the question...