Johnny Depp And Lone Ranger
October 13, 2011 by staff
Johnny Depp And Lone Ranger, Maybe there will be a little less of silver bullets, but the Lone Ranger has reduced costs enough for Disney to give the movie a green light. Disney announced today that the movie is back on track, and the new launch date of May 31, 2013. “Johnny Depp, Jerry Bruckheimer and Gore Verbinski are a combination of talent and we are delighted to be working with them in The Lone Ranger,” a Disney spokesman.
The update of the classic cowboy epic was to star Armie Hammer social network in the lead role, and Johnny Depp as Tonto the Indian scout, but when the budget rose to + 250 million or more, and the Cowboys Universal / DreamWorks & Aliens underperformed at the box office, the studio chiefs shouted, “Wow!” In mid-August, two months before filming was set to begin, the film faced the possibility of being eliminated.
Since then, director Gore Verbinski (the first three Pirates of the Caribbean movies) and producer Jerry Bruckheimer have been negotiating with the study, in an attempt to reduce the projected costs for a more manageable 215 million and keep the movie. The script, which adds heavy supernatural elements in the West, has been adjusted to reduce the cost of visual effects, and the stars are said to have accepted wage concessions in advance (likely to be paid back if the film is a success.)
The current target is a start date of February when you will hear again: Hi-yo, Silver!
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