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WATCH: Armie Hammer Faces 2,000-Foot Drop in 'Lone Ranger' Featurette

Thompson on Hollywood By Beth Hanna | Thompson on Hollywood June 5, 2013 at 2:28PM

Check out this new production featurette on Gore Verbinski's upcoming "The Lone Ranger," in which star Armie Hammer nervously confronts a 2,000-foot drop while filming a key scene in the canyons of Moab, Utah. In case you think any of the sequence is green-screened, Verbinski's faux-baffled response says it all: "Computer-generated what?"
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Armie Hammer in "The Lone Ranger"
Armie Hammer in "The Lone Ranger"

Check out this new production featurette on Gore Verbinski's upcoming "The Lone Ranger," in which star Armie Hammer nervously confronts a 2,000-foot drop while filming a key scene in the canyons of Moab, Utah. In case you think any of the sequence is green-screened, Verbinski's faux-baffled response says it all: "Computer-generated what?"

The Disney film, which has a massive reported budget of $250 million and suffered many production delays, hits theaters on July 3. Hammer plays the title role, with Johnny Depp as Tonto.

The most recent trailer for the film is here.

This article is related to: Video, Video, Gore Verbinski, Armie Hammer


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