The headline says it all but I'll try to add some semi-intelligent commentary of my own to spice things up a little. After all, that's why I get the big bucks here at Cinematical. Anyway, the very talented and exquisite Keira Knightley was interviewed this week by the UK's The Daily Mail while on the set of her latest film Atonement.

Among other things discussed during the interview was her work on the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise films. In the interview, she said definitively that her most recent appearance as the tough but beautiful Elizabeth Swann in Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End will be her last because she wants to move on to other kinds of films, as well as more adult roles.

"I've been playing this girl since I was 17," said Keira in the interview. "I'm 21 now and I'm onto very different things, but it's fun to try to invest Elizabeth with some rebellious spirit."

You can't really blame her for wanting to move on and do other things. After all, she is an actress who's shown a lot of range and talent in films like The Jacket and Domino, so it makes sense that she would want to put the Elizabeth Swann character behind her. Been there, done that -- three times. She's got a bright future ahead of her and whatever she does decide to do, I'll be watching.

Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End
hits theaters on May 25th, 2007.