Sometimes the cinematic gods let it be known that a film isn't meant to be made, and none so much than Channing Tatum's much-maligned and problematic Gambit. Could it be good? Sure, it if ever gets past the early stages of development. After several starts and stops including writers, directors, ACTORS, it seemed like the film about […]
A new report has surfaced claiming that production on Gambit, the X-Men spinoff spearheaded by Channing Tatum, has been pushed back to March. Tatum is set to star in the film and is also producing it. Tatum is joined by Lizzy Caplan in the Gore Verbinski film. Omega Underground has the report on the production start […]
Punk rock guitarist turned innovative film director Gore Verbinski has returned to the directorial chair for the first time since his 2013 film The Lone Ranger. That being the fifth Johnny Depp movie the director did in a ten-year span, having only taken a break to do the Weather Man with Nicolas Cage. In his […]
A remake of Clue has landed at 20th Century Fox. Based on the board game, the 1985 flick, starring Tim Curry and stellar actors like Madeline Kahn, Christopher Lloyd and Eileen Brennan, went out to theaters with various endings and cards mimicking the game's notepad. Audiences were encouraged to guess who did it before the […]
The story about the development of the Bioshock movie is an interesting, but ultimately disappointing one. The film is pretty much dead now, but every once in a while something rises to the surface giving us a glimpse at what could have been. The film went through a couple directors, but the most prominent was […]
Not as terrifying as the frankly criminal 165-minute runtime of the third Pirates of the Caribbean film, but still a suspicious score for what appears to be a bowl of high summer trifle.
And the emphasis is back on Tonto again.
Plus bonus video Q&A with the filmmakers.
This trailer certainly doesn't give me any better idea if this film is going to work or not. Lots of stuff blows up, though.
Ahead of tomorrow's full trailer.
Tonto and The Lone Ranger. That way round.
Lady Gaga is reportedly annoyed that Tonto thought wearing a dead bird before she did.
Once upon a time, Disney's The Lone Ranger movie wasn't going to get made because the big number at the bottom of the budget sheet was just too high. The studio worked to get that number down, and had soon cut things back enough that they were happy to turn on the green light. Now, a few […]
You'll get a sense of the scale and style of the Lone Ranger set standing in Utah from this video fly-by. You won't see any action going on, but it's still an interesting sneak for those anticipating the film. video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player What proportion of the film will take place in and around […]
Filming on Gore Verbinski's Lone Ranger movie has been trucking along for a couple of weeks now, but it's still pretty early for a first look at the characters. Jerry Bruckheimer's getting down with the digital age though, man, and he's tweeted the first official image from the film. Very stylised. Has this picture been […]
It's a big day for Disney to add extra words onto their movie titles.
We've received a casting notice for Lone Ranger, which will be shooting in New Mexico under the codename Silver Bullet. This suggests they're still using the Werewolf-riddled script, but all other info we have says not. We'll see. Here are the details: Major Motion Picture, Silver Bullet is currently seeking Native American males and females […]
After Sin Nombre and Jane Eyre, it was anybody's bet what Cary Fukunaga would do next. You would have been smart to follow a tip from screenwriter Jeff Vintar, however, when he revealed on Twitter that Fukunaga was chasing a deal to finally bring his sci-fi script Spaceless to the screen. The long-hot concept has […]
The first I caught any indication that the theatrical version of Rango was anything less than how director Gore Verbinski would have wanted it was yesterday, when the BBFC classified a longer, "director's cut". This never happens with these CG toons. Well – apart from now. The additional material has not altered the film's certificate, […]
Josh Hylton writes for Bleeding Cool: When Gore Verbinski does anything, my ears perk up. I love his style and become captivated by whatever he puts on the screen, even when the movie and character actions don't particularly make sense (like the third Pirates of the Caribbean movie). Conversely, I shudder everytime someone mentions The […]