Meryl Streep is in talks to play the evil witch in this musical fantasy about a baker who tries to lift a curse.
Tonto summons the spirit of a crow to resurrect a fallen Texas Ranger in this latest look at Disney's Western, in theaters this summer.
The busy actor will shoot both projects back-to-back, with Transcendence starting in April and Black Mass shooting this summer.
Barry Levinson is directing this biopic about the notorious Boston gangster, which begins production this May.
Johnny Depp is introduced to the wild stallion in this Disney Western that turns the legendary tale on its head, in theaters this summer.
Walt Disney Pictures has also debuted the new poster for this Gore Verbinski directed Western starring Johnny Depp as Tonto and Armie Hammer as The Lone Ranger.
The Django Unchained director also reveals that the role of Calvin Candie was originally envisioned as a much older character.
The Dark Knight Rises cinematographer Wally Pfister will make his directorial debut about a scientist who uploads his brain into a computer.
Steve Pink and Jeff Morris will write the screenplay for this modern day re-imagining of the classic Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra character.
A new video offers a look at Johnny Depp on the set, working alongside Disney's Imagineers to bring this attraction to life.
The Dark Knight Rises cinematographer Wall Pfister will make his directorial debut for Alcon Entertainment.
Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer star as Tonto and The Lone Ranger in this blockbuster Western from Walt Disney Pictures.
The two actors were spotted shooting the elaborate climax to the huge train chase that takes place in this franchise reboot.
The director claims that none of the real cast has been announced, which is rumored to also include Bill Murray and Edward Norton.
The Moonrise Kingdom director is reportedly eyeing Jude Law, Jeff Goldbulm, and Adrian Brody among others to join his new ensemble drama.
Find out what to expect when this trailer for the upcoming Western starring Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer comes online.
The actor takes a violent fall that nearly claims his life while filming a scene for this upcoming Walt Disney Western adventure.
The actor explains that he drew his inspiration for the character from a Kirby Sattler painting entitled 'I Am Crow'.
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly and Vice President Rex Lee Jim visited the New Mexico set of director Gore Verbinski's adventure.
The actor has not yet taken on the identity of the iconic masked avenger in this latest look at Walt Disney's Western adventure.