It’s been a long, hard road for The Lone Ranger, but a new trailer for the reboot of the classic western recently debuted.
The second Hunger Games film needs a new male lead, and a few up and coming names in genre projects have been offered up for consideration.
Hi-yo silver and away! Yes, The Lone Ranger has finally kicked off production after a long and almost fatal delay.
The New Mexico Film Office (NMFO) recently confirmed The Lone Ranger will be filming in the state from February to August this year, giving us a good sign the movie's financial troubles are finally over.
After allowing the film go through its entire production process without a title, Relativity Media recently announced its Snow White adaptation will be called Mirror Mirror, which seems a bit lackluster after all the waiting.
It was one of the biggest cliffhangers in recent Hollywood memory, but the modern day version of The Lone Ranger will start shooting on February 6, 2012 in New Mexico.
The Lone Ranger reboot was slated to star Armie Hammer from The Social Network in the title role and Johnny Depp as Tonto.