Though audiences may not be quite as excited for 'The Lone Ranger' as they are for 'Iron Man 3' or 'Fast and Furious 6,' we think this 'Lone Ranger' Super Bowl trailer could change their mind.
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While we're getting ready to see 'The Lone Ranger' premiere an all-new trailer during the 2013 Super Bowl this Sunday, Disney has released another poster in addition to its recently released teaser trailer.
A new 'Lone Ranger' trailer is one of the many new pieces of footage we'll get to see at the 2013 Super Bowl, and just as Disney released a sneak peek at the upcoming one for 'Oz: The Great and Powerful,' we now have a preview from 'The Lone Ranger.'
"There come a time when good man must wear mask." So intones Johnny Depp to Armie Hammer in 'The Lone Ranger' trailer, which reveals that director Gore Verbinski is up for being a little weird in his big budget blockbuster.
The planned 'Justice League' movie has been in a state of constant fluctuation on both the casting and director fronts. It felt like as soon as George Miller got the job helming the project, he just as quickly lost it shortly after news of his lead actor picks came out. While Warner Bros. is still shopping around for the right person to lead the 'Justice League' team, they might at least have gotten one step closer to deciding who should follow in Christian Bale's footsteps as Batman.
'The Lone Ranger' just released its first teaser trailer, showing off Johnny Depp in yet another outlandish costume -- this time for Tonto -- and Armie Hammer in his next role as Mr. Lone Ranger himself. While we were excited to se the first official footage of some of the action sequences, scenery and makeup, we couldn't help but think of Jon Stewart and how he may or may not have an illegitimate son out there.
We've been getting some great looks at the new 'Lone Ranger' film starring Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer, but here's the first official 'Lone Ranger' poster to sufficiently keep you wanting more until the film's release... sometime next year.
One of the big casting decisions for 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' (as it is now so artfully titled) is the role of Finnick Odair, a survivor of previous games who's called back in for one more fight. Supposedly the choice is down to three actors: Armie Hammer, Garrett Hedlund, and Taylor Kitsch.