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"The Walking Dead" has had several Easter eggs in their episodes in the past but "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales" might have hidden their own TWD Easter egg. Easter eggs are commonly found in movies or television shows, and they are like a heads up to the other show. Fans love them.

'The Walking Dead' did it first

“The Walking Dead” had and Easter egg about Johnny Depp, who stars in “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.” It occurred in Season 6 when Rick and his crew were trying to convince Negan’s people that Gregory, leader of Hilltop, was dead. They were trying to find a zombie head that resembled him, and one of the heads that they were choosing from was a mold of Johnny Depp’s face.

Norman Reedus kept that Johnny Depp image and added it to his collection of weird things.

So, maybe Johnny Depp is getting them back for using his face as a walker's head by putting a little of “The Walking Dead” into his new movie.

If you haven’t seen the movie, you may want to stop reading but “Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” has a scene where Jack Sparrow has just figured out how the just invented guillotine works. He looks down to see a basket of severed heads. This is where the Easter egg from “The Walking Dead” comes in.

If you look carefully, one of those heads looks a lot like Rick, who is played by Andrew Lincoln on “The Walking Dead.” No one from the movie has confirmed or denied this yet, but some fans have gone back to watch the movie and tend to agree. Some of the staff from Comic Book went back to take another look at Pirates 5, and they said, “It definitely isn’t outside the realm of possibility.”

'The Walking Dead' hid other Easter eggs in the past

This wouldn’t be the first time fans have gotten excited about an Easter Egg in one of their favorite shows.

This is especially true where “The Walking Dead” is concerned, but TWD is usually on the other end of the Easter egg hiding. Fans have noticed Easter eggs in "The Walking Dead" before!

In Season 7 there was a “Smokey and the Bandit” Easter egg that older fans might have picked up on. “Smokey and the Bandit” was a movie from the 1970s about a truck driver and his buddies. One of the big rigs had a mural painted on it and those who loved the movie were quick to point it out when they saw the same truck on “The Walking Dead.” It has been observed in the scene in Season 7 where Daryl was hiding behind the truck with Richard.

What do you think? Do you think that “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” put this Easter egg in there on purpose or are fans just trying to find things that aren’t there?