THE LONE RANGER Set Photos & Gore Verbinski Denies Werewolves

THE LONE RANGER Set Photos & Gore Verbinski Denies Werewolves

THE LONE RANGER Set Photos & Gore Verbinski Denies Werewolves

New set photos of the teepee and railcar designs for Johnny Depp's new movies. Director Gore Verbinski weighs in on the werewolves rumor.

The website One Headlight Ink has posted these brand new set photos for Johnny Depp's The Lone Ranger. We're still probably a few weeks away from having any behind-the-scenes pictures of Tonto (Depp), and Armie Hammer as The Lone Ranger.




Indie Wire recently had a conversation with Gore about his next film, The Lone Ranger. Even though the film struggled to get off the ground, but budget cuts were made and now Gore proclaims everything is going "great." He even described the look of the film.

"It's going to be photo-real and it's going to be interesting in its own way but it's a complete stepping back over the fence from 'Rango,'"


Another rumor that was spreading about the film was that a lot of the high budget was caused by a possible inclusion of CGI werewolves. This had the whole internet a buzz since The Lone Ranger doesn't seem like a natural fit for supernatural elements.

"I don't know where this idea of werewolves came from. It's never been in any draft I've worked on. But there's a kind of Native American overlay of omens and other things happening that we don't fully understand."


He also talked to The Hollywood Reporter about getting the angle of the picture just right.

"Why does a good guy have to wear a mask? You know? Because we'll put him on a cross; we'll destroy him. That's the way the world is."




The Lone Ranger will be released in theaters May 31, 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, Dwight Yoakam, Barry Pepper and Timothy Hutton.

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