the lone ranger

The Joel and Ethan Coen's movie spoof on Hollywood types, "Hail, Caesar!," is ripe with dozens of wink-wink-nudge-nudge Easter Eggs and references to real-world Hollywood scandals and events from the Golden Age of the Silver Screen. If you know what to look for, you'll find enough Tinseltown references and mashups to fill the Hollywood Bowl. So let's get digging, shall we?
On the range, the buffalo and the deer have been subjected to our need for food and our passion for guns. The Second Amendment
It would seem Depp -- once known as one of Hollywood's go-to weirdos, and a marketable one who became a heartthrob and box-office superstar -- has traded places with McConaughey, a former laughing stock of all things critically acclaimed.
"American Hustle" "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters" Recent winners in the category include "Les Misérables," "The Iron Lady
"This is about a long-term relationship with lots of pluses and minuses," Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn told THR
3. The Confessions Of Innocent Men But if you decide to see the movie anyway (or even if you don't), it's worth reading Katie
I like to see big summer movies in the theater, I really do. It's my hope that the disappointing box-office receipts wake up the studios, and spur riskier ventures that attempt to keep up with what's going on in the online world.
“While we were making it we knew people were gunning for it," Hammer told Yahoo UK. "I think it was the popular thing when
Now, studios aren't even bothering to re-package anything; they're just packaging the same thing all over again, and leaving the titles untouched -- a whole new level of creative laziness.
Produced by Bruckheimer and directed by Gore Verbinski, "The Lone Ranger" has become one of the biggest bombs of 2013. Thus
The Lone Ranger, Iron Man (III), Superman -- all the summer blockbuster superheroes put together aren't going to save the world. That will take a particular kind of special effect -- cooling down our overheated planet and replenishing our damaged food supply.
Weeks later, when "The Lone Ranger" arrived in theaters, the bad news continued. The movie bombed at the box office, bringing
Comic-Con -- and all that it represents -- is yet another pointless distraction, a way to keep the masses occupied while all the other important stuff goes down.
Apropos of nothing, here's one of those chicken/egg quandaries: Which is more unnecessary: a sequel or a remake? They're often the same thing.
Lots to listen for in the latest MovieFilm show! After listening to the audio from my exclusive interview with directors Jim Rash & Nat Faxon about their lovely new film The Way Way Back.
Although instructed by Just Seen It creator and executive producer David Freedman to "save it for the show," the enthusiasts
Director Gore Verbinski, Walt Disney Studios and the stars reportedly spent three weeks filming, 11 weeks of set construction
Was The Lone Ranger doomed by early (and correct) reports that the film is unusually violent for a PG-13 movie, especially one aimed at kids and families? And is the character of Tonto finally allowed to rise above the role of sidekick and noble savage?
Over the three-day frame, "The Lone Ranger" earned just $29.4 million, giving the Johnny Depp film a lower per-theater average
Johnny Depp made a name for himself by playing eccentric characters, each more interesting than the last. Lately he's exchanged that legacy for one that's saturated in populist fare and dull executions. What happened to the old Johnny Depp?