Disney has released seven new images from The Lone Ranger, the big-budget Western that reunites Johnny Depp with Pirates of the Caribbean director Gore Verbinski and producer Jerry Bruckheimer.
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Disney capped off its Hall H presentation at Comic-Con International with a teaser for director Gore Verbinski’s The Lone Ranger, which stars Johnny Depp as Tonto and Armie Hammer in the title role.
Director Gore Verbinski reportedly has been asked to trim more scenes from Disney’s The Lone Ranger as the budget for the Western creeps back up to its original $250 million.
The Lone Ranger star Johnny Depp reveals the inspiration for Tonto’s bold new black-and-white makeup and crow headdress in Disney’s big-budget Western.
With Mirror Mirror, his lighthearted reimagining of the Snow White tale, director Tarsem Singh is in his element, reveling in jaw-dropping set pieces and over-the-top costume designs while eliciting entertaining performances from Julia Roberts, Armie Hammer and breakout star Lily Collins.
Producer Jerry Bruckheimer has released the first shot of Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer in Disney’s big-budget Western The Lone Ranger.
W. Earl Brown, Matt O’Leary, Leon Rippy and Harry Treadaway have landed roles in Disney’s The Lone Ranger, joining Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer and others in the Gore Verbinski-directed Western.
Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer Films have announced the start of principal photography for The Lone Ranger, confirming the central cast and releasing an official synopsis for the big-budget Western.
William Fichtner steps into the role of the villain Butch Cavendish, replacing Dwight Yoakam in Disney’s The Lone Ranger.
James Badge Dale, star of The Pacific and Rubicon, reportedly is the frontrunner to play Armie Hammer’s older brother in Disney’s The Lone Ranger.
The first synopsis for Disney’s The Lone Ranger has appeared as part of a casting call for actors in New Mexico, where the Western will film beginning in mid-February.
With Disney’s The Lone Ranger now back on track, the studio is moving swiftly to wrangle the supporting cast, including Tom Wilkinson as the villain Latham Cole.