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
While not much is known about the new sci-fi thriller film, Transcendence starring Johnny Depp, we now know Kate Mara will also be appearing in it at some point.
Without even hearing the plot, Depp and Mara are reason enough to see the film. Perhaps any remaining skeptics will be persuaded by Wally Pfister. Wait.. who? Oh, only Christopher Nolan’s cinematographer and protege making his buzzed about directorial debut. Okayy, so now are you interested? | Full Story
As the blockbuster season approaches, studios are stepping up the promo of those summer cash cow films. Of course this includes Disney, which has just released a new international trailer promoting Gore Verbinski’s The Lone Ranger
The film, expected to be one of the studios biggest titles, stars Johnny Depp as Native American Spirit Warrior ‘Tonto’ and Armie Hammer as Texas lawman ‘John Reid’
Created to target a Japanese audience, the clip begins by revealing more scenes depicting Tonto’s backstory, which isn’t surprising since Depp has a strong international presence. Armie Hammer’s Lone Ranger character eventually becomes the center of attention, followed by the typical string of action, explosions, collisions and flying debris. | Full Story
Johnny Depp is going to have a busy 2013.
Depp has been pegged to star in Transcendence, which will begin principal photography in April. This film marks the directorial debut of Oscar-winning cinematographer Wally Pfister. Pfister will direct from Jack Paglen’s screenplay, which was developed with the help of the films co-producer, Annie Marter. The plot for the film has yet to be released.
After wrapping up Transcendence Depp will star in the crime thriller Black Mass. The film is based on the the New York Times best-seller Black Mass: The True Story of an Unholy Alliance Between the FBI and the Irish Mob written by two Boston Globe reporters Dick Lehr and Gerald O’Neil. | Full Story
Johnny Depp will step away from the pirate scene to star as a notorious gangster in the new film Black Mass.
The Pirates of the Caribbean actor is attached to play South Boston Irish mob boss Whitey Bulger, as the film recounts the real-life story of the gangster.
The movie, based on a true story, well tell the life of Whitey Bulger (Depp). He is the brother of a state senator and is well-known for his violent criminals acts making him infamous in South Boston. | Full Story
It’s been announced through Deadline that Joseph Gordon-Levitt will make his next film the heavily anticipated Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, the cool-guy-noir-comic-book movie from directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt will play Johnny, a starring role originally offered to the always eccentrically interesting Johnny Depp. Apparently, Depp has chosen to take his Keith Richards impressions and quirkiness to another project, allowing the always hirable Joseph Gordon-Levitt a piece of the limelight. | Full Story
Quentin Tarantino has proven to be quite the ham once he’s gotten attention from the media. The famed director is quick to throw out rumors, revel in controversy, and do anything necessary to maintain his place in the spotlight. This time, he’s chosen another rumor involving Johnny Depp.
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
Terry Gilliam has been trying to make The Man Who Killed Don Quixote for twelve years now. His disastrous first attempt was chronicled in the great documentary Lost in La Mancha. Johnny Depp originally starred as a modern-day businessman who gets sent back in time to 17th century Spain, where he falls in with Don Quixote (the crazy dude who fights a windmill), who’s mistaken him for Sancho Panza (the sidekick who rides around on a donkey and is sort of like the Boo Boo to Don Quixote’s Yogi, always telling him that the various crazy things he’s doing are bad ideas, but always ignored). | Full Story