Jerry Bruckheimer Talks Lone Ranger Movie
Producer Jerry Bruckheimer has been updating fans via his blog on how things are going on the set of The Lone Ranger, due for release next summer
“Almost done with filming of The Lone Ranger. 125 days of shooting seemed to fly by. We dealt with winds up to 70 mph, rain, snow, and even wildfires but nothing has stopped us from filming this incredible movie.”
“The cast has been absolutely amazing and we could not have asked for a better crew. Everyone has been extremely dedicated in making this film a major success. We have a few more filming days back in California and then post-production goes into high gear. Before we know it, it will be 3 July 2013 and we can’t wait to share this incredible film with everyone.”
The film directed by Gore Verbinski, stars Armie Hammer as the iconic Cowboy hero and Johnny Depp as his Indian companion Tonto. We recently spoke to young British actor Harry Treadaway who plays one of the evil desperados in the film; he spoke about how the film’s tribal themes would be relevant for a modern audience.
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