“Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” has finished filming in Australia and is now in the post-production phase. Some of the cast members were seen meeting with fans on the set in a new video that has surfaced online.

Cast member Adam Brown posted this picture previously, stating that it was his last day of filming on the set and that the party had started early for him. The actor has now posted this picture to announce that the filming for the movie has wrapped.

Brown joined the franchise for the first time in its fifth installment. He was previously seen playing a dwarf called Ori in the “Hobbit” trilogy by director Peter Jackson. He will now be seen playing a character called Jib in the forthcoming "Pirates" movie.

Cast member Martin Klebba also confirmed in a tweet that production has wrapped. The actor is expected to return home to his family, and one fan wished him a safe journey. The actor took a couple of pictures with his fellow cast members on the last day of filming.

Klebba shared this picture with fellow cast member Kevin McNally. The two actors have been with the “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise since the very first movie in 2003. The actor noted how he has been a part of the franchise in this tweet. "Pirates" star Johnny Depp also will be seen in the new picture, as Captain Jack Sparrow.

Depp was in the news throughout the filming in Australia. The actor suffered an injury in Australia and had to briefly fly back to the U.S., and there was a controversy after he brought dogs into Australia without declaring them with customs officials.

The actor also celebrated his 52nd birthday on the set June 9, and producer Jerry Bruckheimer shared this photo of the actor’s birthday cake on Twitter. Cast member Geoffrey Rush also celebrated his birthday on the set and Bruckheimer shared this photo of his cake on social media. Some of the cast members of “Pirates of the Caribbean” met with the fans at the set and this video shows them interacting with the fans.