Joachim Ronning, the director of “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” has shared a video from the production set in Australia that shows a drone attempting to take pictures of the cast and crew filming scenes of the movie. Multiple pictures from the production set have leaked online recently.

This video, posted on the director's Instagram account, shows a drone hovering near the set of the movie. Ronning called it “close encounters of the paparazzi kind.” The video shows cast member Johnny Depp waving at the drone while in full costume of his character, Jack Sparrow. The director did not reveal at which Australia location the drone appeared.

The video has no sound, and one of the fans repeatedly requested that the director upload a video that has sound. Depp has been meeting many of the fans who turn up at the set of the movie, and this photo on Twitter shows the actor interacting with some of them and a news crew standing behind him. Another image by the same fan shows the actor with some of the other cast members filming a scene onboard a ship.

Kevin McNally, a cast member who will reprise his role as Mr. Gibbs in “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” has also met with fans on the set. This image was posted online by one of the fans, and the actor can be seen wearing his costume on the set.

More images from the set have been posted on Alina Rylko’s Twitter account. The images show a set of skeletal body of a whale being built along with fake palm trees. The set of the movie has become a tourist attraction, and many of the people are seen visiting the set to take pictures and watch the filming of the movie.

“Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” is one of the most highly anticipated action adventure movies in the works. The big-budget movie is slated to be released on July 7, 2017, in the U.S. The movie will mark the return of Orlando Bloom as Will Turner and Javier Bardem will play the role of the main villain, Captain Salazar.