Following the great success of Django Unchained, director Quentin Tarantino is ready for his next film. After naming The Lone Ranger as one of his 10 favorite films of 2013, the director is ready to head back into the western genre.Show More Summary
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Despite a major hiccup at the box office this year, the folks at Disney are currently on track to break the global box office record they set back in 2010. Although Gore Verbinski’s extremely expensive western The Lone Ranger didn’t make nearly as much money as the studio had hoped, this apparently didn’t stop the... Show More Summary
The basic numbers look fine but Disney has an unusually complicated report for a quarter that included a writedown for The Lone Ranger and an accounting adjustment that reduces ESPN revenues. The company reported net income of $1.54B, +11.0% vs the period last year, on revenue of $11.57B, +7.3%. Show More Summary
The Lone Ranger was a big fan of silver. He named his horse after the shiny metal and fashioned bullets out of it. If werewolves ever threatened Wild West homesteaders, I'm sure the
Following his role as the antagonist in The Lone Ranger, it won't be long until we see William Fichtner as another bad guy when he shows up as Shredder in the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot. Speaking with The HollywoodShow More Summary
We’ve noted it before, but: Ruth Wilson did yeoman’s work promoting The Lone Ranger across the globe while almost everyone tried desperately to ignore its existence. But we will not ignore HER. We’ll let her decide if that’s good news or not. Read More...
The Republican leaders had and still have a plan, and it's succeeding. Back this past summer, a few things were abundantly obvious. We knew Walter White was going to meet his demise. We knew The Lone Ranger would be terrible (Johnny Depp as Tonto?). Show More Summary
Blame Quentin Tarantino. In his urge to seize headlines, he created an early top ten movies list of 2013, and got me thinking about The Lone Ranger again, which he has dubbed one of the best of...
Quentin Tarantino has weighed in on his top ten films of 2013, listing among his favorites Blue Jasmine, Gravity, and... The Lone Ranger? Read more...
This week saw the release of Quentin Tarantino’s Top Ten Films Of 2013 (So Far), otherwise known as the only list where The Lone Ranger is likely to appear, besides Jerry Bruckheimer’s List of History’s Most Grievous Errors That Shall Soon Be Rectified. Show More Summary
In truth, I wasn’t surprised to hear that Quentin Tarantino found The Lone Ranger to be a personal favorite of 2013, so far. Sure, earlier this year I broke down in detail why I think the movie doesn’t work, but that process included a lot of discussion about what The Lone Ranger wants to be [...]
Over the weekend, Quentin Tarantino released his Best Films of 2013 (So Far) list and confused basically everyone who’s not Johnny Depp by including The Lone Ranger. Today, some explanation (translated by IndieWire from a French weekly): "The first forty-five minutes are excellent... the next forty-five minutes are a... More »
There has been a lot of talk recently about the idea of "good" movies vs. "rewatchable" films. This, I suppose, is meant to explain why The Lone Ranger is on Quentin Tarantino's list of Top Ten Movies Of 2013. And...
Looking back over this past summer's Hollywood offerings, the entertainment media has made much of the many box office bombs it produced, at least domestically. Duds like The Lone Ranger, which cost approximately $250 million but brought...Show More Summary
Despite Columbia toying with its Masters Of The Universe for over six years now, after which one hoped Columbia might begin to develop an interest in girls, the studio instead remains thoroughly attached to its He-Man movie. However, onetime director Jon M. Show More Summary
The Hollywood Reporter reports from Hollywood that the long-in-development Masters of the Universe has a new scriptwriter — namely Terry Rossio, the co-writer of big-budget movies like Pirates of the Caribbean, The Lone Ranger and the Zorro films — but G.I. Joe 2's Jon M. Chu is no longer attached to direct. Read more...
By the power of Grayskull! There are massive changes for He-Man. Columbia Pictures recruited Terry Rossio to write a new draft of “Masters of the Universe,” based on the Mattel toy line. Rossio wrote the screenplays of several movies...Show More Summary
Sony's 'Masters of the Universe' reboot has lost director Jon Chu ('G.I. Joe 2') and brought on writer Terry Rossio ('The Lone Ranger') to help develop the script.
The Lone Ranger writer Terry Rossio will re-work the script. Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal and Steve Tisch are producing for Universal Pictures. [...]