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'The Lone Ranger': Final theatrical trailer -- VIDEO

“All I know is that a man killed my brother,” says the Lone Ranger (Armie Hammer) in the new “final” theatrical trailer for Gore Verbinski’s summer blockbuster, which seems out to prove that sometimes you don’t need anything more than some trains and horses to make a thrilling adventure movie.

Up until this point, the trailers for The Lone Ranger seem to have assumed that everyone would know the basic story of the 1950s television series, or at least want to know why a dirt-covered Armie Hammer would be waking up on top of some very unstable looking scaffolding. Disney’s taken a different approach for the final theatrical trailer, teasing a little bit of back story before getting to Johnny Depp’s Tonto, the Lone Ranger’s disenchantment with the law, and all those epic train sequences.


'The Lone Ranger': 'Metaphorical universe' or just 'Wild Wild West' without Will Smith?

Tom Wilkinson grew up in England but, of course, like any child of the 1950s, he could see the Old West just fine thanks to the powerful and focused lens of Hollywood. The two-time Oscar nominee plays a rapacious railroad baron named Latham Cole (that’s him in the new poster above) in Disney’s The Lone Ranger, the most expensive western in history and a bold bid to revive that once-dominant screen genre. READ FULL STORY

The Lone Ranger is 'the good' -- now meet 'the bad and the ugly': Butch Cavendish


Now that is one ugly hombre. Say howdy to the outlaw Butch Cavendish, the ruthless sidewinder who leads the Cavendish Gang in director Gore Verbinski’s The Lone Ranger. That’s a face that barbed wire might improve —  in fact, this black-hat Butch is so unsavory that he could be a refugee from Verbinski’s previous project, Rango, the Oscar-winning 2010 animated film that ditched the standard “cute animal” approach and instead devoted its pixels to create some of the most butt-ugly varmints in Hollywood history.

In this just-released character poster from Disney, it’s a bit hard to tell, but that is veteran character actor William Fichtner behind that Cavendish glower. Many moviegoers will remember Fichtner as the defiant, shotgun-toting bank manager who crosses paths with the Joker in the opening sequence of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight. Fichtner also had memorable turns in Go, ArmageddonCrash, Heat and Black Hawk Down and played the Melrose-reviving producer Phil Yagoda on Entourage. READ FULL STORY

'The Lone Ranger': New Japanese trailer

We’re not quite sure what the narrator is saying at the beginning (paging Japanese-speaking EW readers?), but this third trailer for Gore Verbinski’s The Lone Ranger (in theaters July 3rd), proves again that action transcends language barriers.

For anyone who’s been keeping up with the other trailers, besides Helena Bonham Carter’s awesome leg gun, this new Japanese version doesn’t offer many new scenes, but it’s low on dialogue and bursting with intense imagery, explosions, falls, and Armie Hammer shots. It’s the perfect trailer for a summer blockbuster.

Check it out past the jump.


'Lone Ranger' director Verbinski to helm live-action adaptation of graphic novel 'Pyongyang'

Fresh on the heels of his upcoming adventure The Lone Ranger, starring Johnny Depp, director Gore Verbinski is set to helm and produce a live action adaptation of the North Korea-set graphic novel Pyongyang by Guy Delisle.

New Regency announced Tuesday it’s teaming up with Verbinski’s production company Blind Wink on the film, about “outsourcing run amok when a young animator sent to North Korea is accused of espionage,” according to a press release. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty screenwriter Steve Conrad is working on the script.

Verbinski, who also directed saucy animated film Rango and Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl and other Depp-Disney offshoots, is in post-production on The Lone Ranger, set for release this summer.

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‘The Lone Ranger’ trailer: ‘Justice is what I seek, Kemo Sabe’

'The Lone Ranger' trailer: 'Justice is what I seek, Kemo Sabe'

The Lone Ranger had a semi-abstract teaser trailer a couple months ago that prominently featured Tom Wilkinson soliloquizing about the railroad, making the movie look a little bit more like a very special episode of Hell on Wheels. The new trailer makes it very clear that the movie is a gigantic new blockbuster western, from the makers of Pirates of the Caribbean. Curiously, the new trailer also vaguely resembles the trailer for Cowboys & Aliens. But director Gore Verbinski made Rango, a legitimate western homage pretending to be a kiddie caper. And this trailer makes it clear that Verbinski is putting the huge Lone Ranger budget to good use. You want an acrobatic train crash? Oh, we’ve got an acrobatic train crash. Watch below: READ FULL STORY

Johnny Depp's 'The Lone Ranger' gets a moody new poster


There has been a lot of talk about the grief-stricken set of The Lone Ranger, but soon we’ll begin judging the Johnny Depp/Armie Hammer western on its own terms as a movie.

The trailer is set to go online tomorrow morning, and in advance of that, Walt Disney Pictures has released the film’s teaser poster, along with a handful of new photos.


Comic-Con 2012: Disney shows first footage of 'The Lone Ranger'

The Project: The Lone Ranger

The Panel: No guests. Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer are still shooting. This was just a quick reveal of footage at the end of Disney’s presentation.

The Big Revelations: Johnny Depp’s voice as Tonto, speaking one line in broken English: “There come a time, Kemosabe … when good man must wear mask.” READ FULL STORY

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