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If this first picture is a hit, Tonto could get very expensive indeed. In the meantime, Johnny Depp has some mysteries to solve.
It’s always nice to have an insight in to the reasons for a character’s chosen attire, particularly why they might choose to hide their true identity behind mask.
Not as terrifying as the frankly criminal 165-minute runtime of the third Pirates of the Caribbean film, but still a suspicious score for what appears to be a bowl of high summer trifle.
Another set back for one of the most set back films in the modern history of setting back.
Something to keep Guy Ritchie and producer Lionel Wigram busy while possible Sherlock Holmes threequels are spun in the air.
And the emphasis is back on Tonto again.
Plus bonus video Q&A with the filmmakers.
This trailer certainly doesn’t give me any better idea if this film is going to work or not. Lots of stuff blows up, though.
“There were rumours that sustained us… stories of a man born in the desert…”
I remember when minifigs didn’t have arms or moveable legs and their faces were blank. Brrrrr.
I’m not putting a single egg in this basket. Not yet.
Tonto and The Lone Ranger. That way round.
Lady Gaga is reportedly annoyed that Tonto thought wearing a dead bird before she did.
Time for a casting shortlist story. I don’t much like these, but I know a young lady who does. While she’s busy melting down over the news, I’ll try to share it with you in a rather calmer, cooler fashion. …
Zack Parks writes for Bleeding Cool. Though it was threatened by budget battles and irate executives, Walt Disney Pictures’ Lone Ranger is finally in production in New Mexico. The film is directed by Gore Verbinski and stars Johnny Depp, Armie …
You’ll get a sense of the scale and style of the Lone Ranger set standing in Utah from this video fly-by. You won’t see any action going on, but it’s still an interesting sneak for those anticipating the film. video …
Filming on Gore Verbinski’s Lone Ranger movie has been trucking along for a couple of weeks now, but it’s still pretty early for a first look at the characters. Jerry Bruckheimer’s getting down with the digital age though, man, and …