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Steve Carell’s North Korea Comedy ‘Pyongyang’ Cancelled Thanks to Sony Hack

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by Britt Hayes 4 days ago
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On the heels of theater owners deciding to opt out of showing ‘The Interview,’ Sony unfortunately cancelled the Christmas Day release of the film entirely. While we patiently wait to find out if, when and how Sony might eventually release the film, the hacking incident and its related terrorist threats have also affected plans for another film. New Regency has just pulled the plug on ‘Pyongyang,’ an upcoming North Korea comedy set to star Steve Carell.

'The Lone Ranger' Clip: Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer Are at the End of the Line

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by Jacob Hall June 19, 2013 @ 12:33 PM
After plenty of trailers and posters, the first official 'The Lone Ranger' clip has arrived and it gives us a taste of what Disney's epic action western will feel like. If you guessed that it would feel a lot like the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' films...you're right. Between director Gore Verbsinki's familiar style and the mere presence of Johnny Depp, this clip looks very much like something written for a 'Pirates' film retconned for the Old West.

'The Lone Ranger' Crew Member Dies While Working on Set

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by Nick Romano September 21, 2012 @ 3:29 PM
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'The Lone Ranger,' directed by Gore Verbinski, is currently in the midst of filming as photos of leads Johnny Depp (Tonto) and Armie Hammer (The Lone Ranger) in full costume and makeup leaking out left and right. However, recently the crew has experienced a tragedy on the Los Angeles set when one of the crew members died due to drowning on Friday.

'The Lone Ranger' has a Ballooning Budget

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by Damon Houx June 13, 2012 @ 6:10 PM
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Gore Verbinski's 'The Lone Ranger' is a film that almost wasn't. For a while - even with the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' director re-teaming with Johnny Depp for a franchise - it was deemed too expensive for Disney, and so they had to scale it back to get it to a $215 Million dollar budget.  Now it appears that the film has fallen behind schedule and the budget has grown to $250 Million.