‘Lone Ranger’ Seeks Extras in New Mexico

The Disney production is seeking Native Americans for their upcoming shoot near Shiprock, New Mexico.
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Lone Ranger seeks Native American extras in New Mexico Disney is gearing up to start production next year on Lone Ranger, which is slated for release on May 31, 2013. The studio has issued a casting call for its shoot in Shiprock, New Mexico, under the code name Silver Bullet. Take a look at the details below.

"Major Motion Picture, Silver Bullet is currently seeking Native American males and females for featured extra roles to film in the Shiprock New Mexico area.

Individuals who are experienced horse riders are particular encouraged to apply.

The production is also casting for a Native American Boy age range 9-11 for a featured speaking role in the film.

If you meet these specifications, call 505-368-2490 to schedule an audition."

Gore Verbinski is directing Lone Ranger from a screenplay by Justin Haythe. Production is scheduled to begin on February 13, 2012.

The Lone Ranger was released July 3rd, 2013.

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    • Number1Wolverine • 4 years ago

      It's good that they are getting Native Americans to be in the film but like many of you are going to say along with me, why only get native's as back up's when one should be the main character. Damn you Disney :(.


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