Two new featurettes for The Lone Ranger illustrate both the epic scope of this Western, and the people who inhabit it. The first shows us how the crew actually assembled their own train tracks for this big-screen reboot of the iconic Old West hero, with director Gore Verbinski explaining that it was their only option, since all of our country's real train tracks are still in use. The second features actors Armie Hammer (John Reid), Johnny Depp (Tonto), producer Jerry Bruckheimer, William Fitchner (Butch Cavendish), Ruth Wilson (Rebecca Reid) and Helena Bonham Carter (Red Harrington) discussing the vibrant and unique characters as set loose on this dusty landscape.
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