Jerry Bruckheimer, the producer of Pirates of the Caribbean and Top Gun, started his own gaming company with Gore Verbinski, the director of Pirates and The Lone Ranger. Unfortunately, the company folded before putting out any games.
Producer Jerry Bruckheimer’s instincts for hits are usually pretty strong. He’s the man behind such blockbusters as Top Gun, Armageddon, and Pirates of the Caribbean, as well as the long running TV show CSI.
We recently confirmed that World War Z is having major problems, plagued by a bloated budget, reshoots and major script rewrites.
With The Pirates of the Caribbean series, Rango, and the upcoming big screen adaptation of The Lone Ranger, Gore Verbinski is currently one of the hottest directors in the world.
The big screen adaptation of The Lone Ranger came very, very close to getting cancelled by Disney.
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 came from the age of cliffhangers, and whether it will make the big screen again or not has become quite a cliffhanger itself.
The Lone Ranger reboot was slated to star Armie Hammer from The Social Network in the title role and Johnny Depp as Tonto.