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Thursday, September 20, 2012

Action man Johnny! Depp leaps from moving trains as he films stunts for new Lone Ranger movie

By CELESTE MORGAN

Tension mounts: Johnny spotted keenly awaiting instruction

Dressed in full costume as the character Tonto, Johnny Depp shot a stunt scene in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
The actor was seen leaping from train to train as he played the Native American spirit warrior in the new Lone Ranger film.
Depp, 47, appeared nonchalant as he performed the stunt, which appeared to show him sprinting to a precarious edge before jumping off.

Elevated profile: Johnny waits for the take

Action man! Johnny Depp shoots a stunt scene for his upcoming movie, The Lone Ranger

Lone Ranger will follow the adventures of a masked ex-Texas Ranger who is aided by his Native American companion Tonto to fight injustice in the American Old West.
The Lone Ranger first appeared in 1933 in a wildly popular radio show which spawned an equally popular television show that ran from 1949 to 1957, as well as comic books and movies.
Depp has previously revealed he has Native American heritage.

Train jumping: Depp seems fearless as he bounds between carriages

He said: 'My great-grandmother was quite a bit of Native American, she grew up Cherokee or maybe Creek Indian. Makes sense in terms of coming from Kentucky, which is rife with Cherokee and Creek.
After he was cast as Tonto - a fictional member of the Comanche Nation, he was officially asked to become a member of the real-life tribe of the same name.
President of Americans for Indian Opportunity LaDonna Harris said: 'Johnny is reprising the historic role of Tonto, and it seemed like a natural fit to officially welcome him into our Comanche family.

Get my left : the camera zooms in as johnny readies himself

'I reached out, and Johnny was very receptive to the idea. He seemed proud to receive the invitation, and we were honoured that he so enthusiastically agreed.'
Tonto recounts the untold tales that transformed John Reid, a man of the law, into a legend of justice.
The Lone Ranger first appeared in a radio show in 1933, before being transferred to the black and white TV show in 1949, starring Clayton Moore as the Lone Ranger and Jay Silverheels as Tonto.
There were two previous attempts at Lone Ranger films in 1981 and a TV movie in 2003. Columbia Pictures and Classic Media announced their intention to make a Lone Ranger film in 2002.
After years stuck in development, Disney announced in 2008 they had cast Depp to play Tonto. Brits Helena Bonham Carter, Tom Wilkinson and Ruth Wilson also stars.

source: dailymail



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