Over the past few days, Disney has been releasing new character posters for The Lone Ranger via the film’s Facebook page. The posters showcase both already-established characters, such as the eponymous protagonist, played by Armie Hammer, and the Halloween costume played by Johnny Depp, and newer ones, like the presumed love interests, played by Ruth Wilson and Helena Bonham Carter, and the presumed villains, played by William Fichtner and Tom Wilkinson. | Full Story
Walt Disney Pictures was pretty active Monday morning releasing two main character posters for the upcoming action adventure film The Lone Ranger.
The Studio introduced the main characters to posters via their website. John Reid (Armie Hammer) is described as a man who boards a train home to Colby Texas, ready to practice law with his East Coast degree. He’ known as a stalwart idealist, firmly opposed to the violent ethics of the frontier, where justice is regularly allocated by gunfire. | Full Story
A full trailer has hit the net featuring Johnny Depp speaking oddly, giving wide-eyed looks to people, and causing all types of mischief and mayhem. No, we’re not talking about Pirates 5 (I think), we’re talking about a new trailer for The Lone Ranger.
Audiences were first presented with a tantalizing teaser trailer over the summer. It presents Depp and co-star Armie Hammer as Tonto and the The Lone Ranger, respectively, and seems to be full of grit and promise. | Full Story
A long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, Warner Bros. was planning a ‘Justice League’ movie and a then-unknown Armie Hammer was cast as Batman. The only problem was: Christian Bale was already Batman. Fans balked at having multiple universe Batmen. Then came the writer’s strike, and the project was shut down indefinitely. Then came Marvel’s slew of superhero films, and it seemed any attempt to relaunch DC Comics’ superhero super team would seem like riding Marvel’s coattails. | Full Story
The first trailer for the upcoming film The Lone Ranger was released last night during Armie Hammer’s appearance on Jay Leno’s late night talk show. Now, courtesy of comicbookmovie.com, it has begun surfacing online.
The trailer, as most are nowadays, appears to be layered in style. Tom Wilkinson’s voiceover discusses the rise of railroads in the American west as slow-motion action scenes play out. Soon, Johnny Depp’s voiceover replaces and discusses the need for a masked hero before breaking into regularly paced action sequences. | Full Story
On Monday, we shared some new images from The Lone Ranger, the latest and greatest Johnny Depp/Jerry Bruckheimer/Disney super-production. Directed by Gore Verbinski, the film stars Depp as Tonto and The Social Network‘s Armie Hammer as the title character. We got a glimpse of some typical Western iconography–the mesas, the horses–as well as a peek into some of the film’s predictably huge action setpieces.
With the huge success of The Hunger Games, Lionsgate has quickly started production on the sequel, officially titled The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Now that Frances Lawrance is locked in as the director, along with Simon Beaufoy and Michael Arndt safely tucked away working on the adaptation, all that’s left is the cast. Of course Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson will reprise their roles, but what about the other major players? | Full Story
The Gore Verbinski directed movie will be the first film
White has produced an entire movie score for. However, the Grammy-winning rocker did work with Alicia Keys to write and perform the theme song for the James Bond movie Quantum of Solace (2008). He also performed several songs, including “Wayfaring Stranger” for the score to Cold Mountain (2003). | Full Story
Ruth Wilson just might have the female lead in Disney’s ‘Lone Ranger’ Now what the role is exactly, we don’t know but the name of the character is Rebecca . Wilson will be opposite Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer.
Jerry Bruckheimer producer.