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The Lone Ranger Is Rather Long (And Features Moderate Violence And Injury Detail)

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.

More Big Action Revealed In New European Cut Of Lone Ranger Trailer

And the emphasis is back on Tonto again.

New Trailer For The Lone Ranger – The Pirates Pedigree Starts To Show

Plus bonus video Q&A with the filmmakers.

Japanese Trailer For The Lone Ranger Trades Out Dialogue For Explosions

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.

A Few Seconds Of New Lone Ranger

Ahead of tomorrow’s full trailer.

First Trailer For The Lone Ranger – UPDATED Leno-Free Official Version

Tonto and The Lone Ranger. That way round.

New Images Of Johnny Depp And Armie Hammer In Gore Verbinski’s The Lone Ranger

Lady Gaga is reportedly annoyed that Tonto thought wearing a dead bird before she did.

Lone Ranger Way Over Schedule, Way Over Budget And Getting Rewritten

Once upon a time, Disney’s The Lone Ranger movie wasn’t going to get made because the big number at the bottom of the budget sheet was just too high. The studio worked to get that number down, and had soon cut things …

A Helicopter Trip Over The Lone Ranger Set

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 …

First Image Of The Lone Ranger And Tonto As Played By Armie Hammer And Johnny Depp

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 …

Official Blurb for Lone Ranger Movie Marks Start of Production

It’s a big day for Disney to add extra words onto their movie titles.

Want To Be In The Lone Ranger, Native Americans Of New Mexico?

We’ve received a casting notice for Lone Ranger, which will be shooting in New Mexico under the codename Silver Bullet. This suggests they’re still using the Werewolf-riddled script, but all other info we have says not. We’ll see. Here are …

Cary Fukunaga To Direct Sci-Fi Thriller Spaceless

After Sin Nombre and Jane Eyre, it was anybody’s bet what Cary Fukunaga would do next. You would have been smart to follow a tip from screenwriter Jeff Vintar, however, when he revealed on Twitter that Fukunaga was chasing a …

Rango Blu-Ray To Include A Director’s Cut

The first I caught any indication that the theatrical version of Rango was anything less than how director Gore Verbinski would have wanted it was yesterday, when the BBFC classified a longer, “director’s cut”. This never happens with these CG …

Director Of Rango And Writer Of The Grudge Teaming Up For Supernatural Serial Killer TV Series

Josh Hylton writes for Bleeding Cool: When Gore Verbinski does anything, my ears perk up. I love his style and become captivated by whatever he puts on the screen, even when the movie and character actions don’t particularly make sense …

Win A Gorgeous, Lavish, Delicious Rango Art Book

Rango is out today and, if you’ve read our review, you’ll know that we’re on its side. We’re very pleased, then, to be offering you the chance to win a copy of the sumptuous book, The Ballad of Rango: The Art & …

Our Rango Review: “This Is A Johnny Depp Flick We’re Talking About”

Michael Moran has been to see Rango for Bleeding Cool: There’s probably a pitch that sounds like this every day, somewhere in Hollywood. CGI-rendered anthropomorphic misfit character bumbles through 90 minutes of sight-gags, gains redemption and expounds a simple moral …

Lone Ranger Gets An Official Logo

Jerry Bruckheimer tonight took to Twitter and invited his 39,816 followers to check out his newly redesigned official site. Who am I to say no to Big JB? Flicking around JBFilms, the first notable thing I spotted was an entry …