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Newswire: Gore Verbinski is making a movie about a killer spa

Gore Verbinski, his nerves still frayed from directing The Lone Ranger, has made the positively Sandler-esque decision to combine the filming of his next movie with a trip to the spa. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Verbinski is...Show More Summary

Gore Verbinski's A Cure For Wellness casts Dane DeHaan and Mia Goth

After barely surviving the massive flop that was THE LONE RANGER, Gore Verbinski is wisely returning to the world of mid-budget horror; his best movie remains the superbly-executed THE RING, so it should be a treat to see him back in the genre. Show More Summary

The Unloved, Part Fifteen: "The Lone Ranger" & "Heaven's Gate"

Editor's note: Scout Tafoya's latest edition of "The Unloved" might be my favorite installment to date, and not just because it breaks from the usual format and considers two films rather than concentrating on just one. It is an exercise in discovery, challenging conventional wisdom in the gentlest way. Show More Summary

Henry Cavill & Armie Hammer Star In ‘The Man From U.N.C.L.E.’

In ‘The Man From U.N.C.L.E.’ you get not one superhero but TWO. ‘Superman’ star Henry Cavill and ‘The Lone Ranger’ star Armie Hammer teamed up for this movie. I remember seeing paparazzi pictures of these two filming, like, two years ago. It’s now ready for the big screen! Check out our first look at the […]

Man From U.N.C.L.E. Trailer Has Superman And Lone Ranger As Kick-Ass Spies

While movie franchises aren't getting so weird that Superman and the Lone Ranger are actually fighting side by side, in the first trailer for The Man From U.N.C.L.E. we do have our first look at Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer teaming up east-meets-west style for some pretty awesome spy action. Show More Summary

John Ostrander: Walking Tall On the Small Screen

I was not always a big fan of Westerns. My knowledge/memory of them were largely drawn from TV shows of my childhood – and not always the best ones. They were dominated by The Lone Ranger, Roy Rogers, Gene Autry (although I was never a big Autry fan) and shows like them. Westerns dominated TV … Continue reading John Ostrander: Walking Tall On the Small Screen ?

Cool concept art for the unproduced Bioshock movie

It’s no secret that Universal’s attempt at a live-action adaptation of the popular video game series BIOSHOCK fell through the roof a while ago. Back in 2008, THE LONE RANGER director Gore Verbinski was set to helm the film from a screenplay by “Penny Dreadful” creator John Logan. Show More Summary

First Look: Armie Hammer & Henry Cavill in 'Man from U.N.C.L.E.'

Next year, Superman and The Lone Ranger are teaming up to fight an international enemy in the adaptation of the classic TV series The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (United Network Command for Law and Enforcement). Henry Cavill plays CIA agentShow More Summary

Lone Ranger Star Armie Hammer Welcomes His First Child! Find Out The Gender HERE!

5 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : CocoPerez

Armie Hammer is officially a DILF! On Monday, the Lone Ranger actor and his wife Elizabeth Chambers Hammer welcomed their FIRST child — a baby girl! [ Related: Lone Ranger's Armie Hammer Is Going To Be A DAD!!! ] Aww, what wonderful news! Though the name of the new bundle of joy has yet to be revealed, a source [...]

Disney Meets Earnings Expectations Helped By ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’

The flip side is that Disney wasn't hurt in the September quarter by a $190 million write down, the way it was last year with The Lone Ranger. But the latest results, while good, probably won't move the needle much for the company - its shares are down 1.2% in initial post-market trading. Show More Summary

Stephen Colbert and George Takei scheme to get you to care about the looming midterms

The 2014 midterms are the most expensive yet, costing $4 billion, and few people are paying attention. "It's like the Lone Ranger of elections," said Stephen Colbert on Thursday night's Colbert Report. While watching CNN coverage of the midterms, he said — "I ran out of Ambien" — he flipped over to a rerun of Star Trek, and inspiration struck. Show More Summary

Bob Ingersoll: The Law Is A Ass #329: THE LONE RANGER RAINS IN THE LYNCH MOB

The answer to the legal question posed in The Lone Ranger v 2 # 22 is: I don’t know, either. There, that was short and sweet. I answered the question, so we can all move on to other things. Me, I’ve got Baseball playoff games to watch. And you… And you, you’re not satisfied. Okay, guess […]

Gore Verbinski Sets Up Three Films at New Regency Starting With a Steve Carell Thriller

6 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Gore Verbinski is a good director who might just need the proper project to spark him back to life after The Lone Ranger. Steve Carell is an actor transitioning from one career phase to another, thanks to Foxcatcher (above). The idea...Show More Summary

This Week In Photography Books: Oscar Palacio

by Jonathan Blaustein I was watching “The Lone Ranger” on TV yesterday. It’s possible I’m the only person in America who saw the whole damn thing. Major bomb, it was. (Who knew Jerry Bruckheimer could fail at anything?) The movie wasn’t half as bad as I expected. (And boy, is that Armie Hammer a handsome […]

John Kerry: Stay Home, Eat Well and Get Some Rest

In my youth, when trouble occurred, the Lone Ranger would ride into town and punish the bad guys. Today, when facing calamity, John Kerry rides into town and asks the bad guys to compromise. When the Lone Ranger rode out of town, the problems were fixed. Show More Summary

The “Little Mermaid Principle” for Career Advancement

In my previous two blog posts I shared wisdom from Tarzan and The Lone Ranger. Realizing that these are both male and old characters, I will do my best to move forward to more recent fictional characters from which we can learn. This...Show More Summary

TheLone Ranger Principle” for Career Advancement

In my last post, I shared the “Tarzan Principle” for career advancement… Don’t let go of the current vine until you have a firm grasp of the next one. This principle emphasized the importance of doing everything you can to find your next career opportunity before your current one ends. Show More Summary

Kevin Hart: Five movie roles you probably forgot about

A year ago Kevin Hart surprised many film observers  when his stand-up movie "Let Me Explain" seemed to come out of nowhere and hold its own against "Despicable Me 2" and "The Lone Ranger" over the Fourth of July weekend. (It ultimately finished its theatrical run with a solid $32 million.)

Ryan Fitzpatrick is the world’s first Harvard cowboy

Maybe the Lone Ranger would have been a better description. Texans wide receiver DeVier Posey was talking about quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, and referred to his “cowboy mentality.” That drew a laugh from Texans coach Bill O’Brien, who noted Fitzpatrick’s well-documented educational background. “That’s an interesting way to describe Ryan,” O’Brien said. “I’m not sure a…

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