Tag: The Lone Ranger
Do some films get made as secret sequels to unconnected earlier films, turning those older films into prequels? It may just be random coincidence, but some movies seems to work perfectly as continuations of earlier, unrelated films. The earlier films may not be official prequels, and they weren’t made by the same people—or even the same studio—but there are hints, if you look for them, which indicate that later filmmakers possibly looked at earlier projects and secretly wrote their newer films as informal sequels to those prior hits. Or maybe this is all just unplanned happenstance. Look at our list and see what you think.
Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer discuss their roles in The Lone Ranger!
The Lone Ranger rides home on DVD and Blu-ray in time for Christmas!
Disney certainly has their hands full these days. It seems like the Mouse House owns the rights to almost every successful franchise on the planet. You've got Marvel Comics characters, the world of Oz, the Muppets, Star Wars, and now The Lone Ranger.
Each week Cinelinx will chose one director for an in-depth examination of the “signatures” that they leave behind in their work. This week, with the release of The Lone Ranger, we examine the trademark style and calling signs of Gore Virbinski as director.
The first line (and sometimes last) of marketing for any movie is the movie poster. It's typically the first look we get at upcoming movies and studios continue to push them out as the film gets closer to release. All too often, the studios like to release them all at the same time, leaving our inboxes flooded! Rather than shoot them to you in a bunch of little articles, I've grouped all the latest ones together into one convenient spot for you. Today sees new posters for Star Trek Into Darkness, The Great Gatsby, Lone Ranger, and more!
To my absolute delight (and the joy of movie buffs everywhere I'm sure), we've received something of a deluge of brand new movie trailers this week, for many of the films we've been looking forward to. While we've tried to highlight them here on the site, unfortunately a few (big ones too!), have slipped through the cracks. I aim to remedy that in one shot.
The new trailer for Disney's The Lone Ranger looks great, but is it a western? And where is the William Tell Overture, for crying out loud?
Marketing hasn't really begun for Disney's upcoming, and long-gestating, The Lone Ranger adaptation. After a series of mishaps and setbacks, the film has been shooting for quite some time now, but those interested haven't had much (outside of a few set photos) to look at. Now Disney has unveiled the poster and a few new images from the film in advance of tomorrow's trailer debut.
We announced not too long ago that production had finally started on Disney's The Lone Ranger revival...Well apparently they aren't wasting any time in showing off this film, as the studio has now revealed the first official look at Johnny Deep adn Armie Hammer in character for the film.