Disney has released a new full-length trailer for director Gore Verbinski’s The Lone Ranger that explains the origin of Armie Hammer’s masked man while playing up Johnny Depp’s performance as Tonto.
Watching the new trailer for The Lone Ranger, one thought sprang to the front of my mind. No, not “Johnny Deep sounds kind of ridiculous trying to do ‘classic Tonto,'” nor “I’m not sure there’s a way to do the Lone Ranger these days that doesn’t feel somewhat dated,” but instead, “Why do we have to have this terrible rock music for a Western movie?”
Disney has premiered the teaser trailer for director Gore Verbinski’s The Lone Ranger, the big-budget Western in which the story of the legendary masked hero is told from the perspective of the Native American spirit warrior Tonto.
Ahead of Wednesday’s trailer premiere, Disney has released a teaser poster and three more photos for The Lone Ranger, director Gore Verbinski’s big-budget Western that stars Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer.
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.
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 House of Mouse moves Thor 2 up a week, Lone Ranger back one and Robopocalypse to April 2014.
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.
Jerry Bruckheimer talks about trimming the budget of Disney’s The Lone Ranger by combining shooting locations and delaying some payments, and explains how a schedule change might actually help the movie.
The agreement to put The Lone Ranger back in the saddle reportedly sees the principal players taking a 20-percent cut in fees, and Bruckheimer Films paying for any cost overruns. UPDATED!
The three actors are in talks to join Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer in Disney’s adaptation of the long-running radio serial turned popular television series.