Video Of Johnny Depp In Tonto Costume; Plus THE LONE RANGER Set Photos Of A Train
The Lone Ranger release date was pushed back two months because of delays, and the budget has soared to the $250 million mark. Part of the reason is that director Gore Verbinski didn't want cut an elaborate train crash sequence.
The video below is of Johnny Depp meeting with the Navajo nation. This took place over a month ago and although photos were released of this event, this is the first video.
Entertainment Weekly's Description Of Comic-Con Footage -The focus was firmly on Depp's Tonto as he was shown uncoupling a train car while hanging underneath. Helena Bonham Carter was spotted, as were some bloody and impressive train accidents.
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Also, the horse that Johnny is riding in the last picture is mechanical. Our tour guide told us that he and some other Navajo were watching the filming, and found the idea that Johnny didn't know how to ride a real horse so amusing that they had to stop themselves from laughing during the filming. At one point, the "horse" bucked so hard that Johnny fell and broke several ribs, which required a helicopter to fly in (Monument Valley has no paved roads) and ended up delaying filming for two weeks. Our guide said it was hard to watch and that it made him feel bad for laughing, lol. - micechat.com
The Lone Ranger will be released in theaters July 3, 2013. The film stars Armie Hammer as The Lone Ranger and Johnny Depp as Tonto. Also starring in the movie: Helena Bonham Carter, Tom Wilkinson, William Fichtner, Barry Pepper and Timothy Hutton.
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