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When the western television series "The Lone Ranger" first rode into U.S. homes in 1949, the masked man was the dashing, ...
charming hero and the Native American Tonto his loyal sidekick. But in Disney's new remake of the series, it is Tonto who takes center stage. Played by Johnny Depp with the same offbeat charm as his Captain Jack Sparrow in the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise, Tonto is the brains of the operation.
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: When the western television series "The Lone Ranger" first rode into U.S. homes in 1949, the masked man was the dashing, charming hero and the Native American Tonto his loyal sidekick. But in Disney's new remake of the series, it is Tonto who takes center stage. Played by Johnny Depp with the same offbeat charm as his Captain Jack Sparrow in the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise, Tonto is the brains of the operation. In an opening sequence - a breakneck fight scene on a runaway train - Tonto directs an escape from outlaws while a mask-less Lone Ranger, played by Armie Hammer, is the naive one, unsure at the outset that he was even in danger. But critics have not embraced the movie, which performed below expectations its opening weekend in the U.S. in early July, raising the possibility that the movie could saddle the media giant with a loss on the film. The film, which cost an estimated $225 million (USD) to produce, wrangled just 19.5 million dollars in tickets sales in its first two full days at U.S. and Canadian movie theaters. The film's poor opening is a black eye for producer Jerry Bruckheimer, director Gore Verbinski and star Depp, the trio behind Disney's ultra-successful "Pirates of the Caribbean" series. But speaking ahead of the film's German premiere in Berlin, Depp told journalists he was not bothered by criticism from journalists back home. "To be quite honest I couldn't give a rats about U.S. journalists' opinions," he said. "What I do care about is my kids' opinions and they loved it, they loved the ride and maybe they are biased, slightly, but for all purposes my kids were able to forget that it was Daddy five or ten minutes into the film and they enjoyed the ride. The ride itself is incredible and unique, this film, so yeah I trust my kids' opinions more than the U.S. critics." "The Lone Ranger" hits German cinemas on August 8.