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The male crew reportedly suffered a heart attack when he was preparing a tank on the set and someone noticed that there was no bubble surfacing from the gear.
The Glendale-based animation studio has legally bought the company which owns the rights to such characters as Casper, Lone Ranger, Where's Waldo, Lassie and Postman Pat.
The brief clip, which showcases plenty of visual stunners, draws positive reactions from various reviewers who praise Johnny Depp's convincing performance as Tonto.
Words are, the Johnny Depp-starring film is running weeks behind its 120-day shooting schedule, causing the project to be back at its original cost of $250 million.
Admitting the makeup is inspired by Kirby Sattler's painting, Depp says that the black-and-white stripes on the Native American character's face symbolize cross sections of a man's emotional life.
The movie's producer Jerry Bruckheimer delivered the photo of Depp and Hammer in full-costume and tweeted 'Tonto and The Lone Ranger Ride Again!'
Words are, the Johnny Depp-starring movie is scheduled to start production on February 6, 2012, now that principal players agree to take 20 percent pay cut.
After encountering troubles due to budgetary issue, the Johnny Depp-starring film project is finally back on the track and will bring back some of its planned cast members.
Words are, Gore Verbinski tries to press the budget of the Johnny Depp-starring film, while Ron Howard tries to find another studio to develop the movie adaptation of Stephen King's novel.
The studio may be pressing the brake over budgetary disagreement but everyone involved in the project are still high in spirit.
It was reported that the production team of the Johnny Depp-starring adventure film couldn't adjust their budget limit to the $200 million the studio wanted them to spend.
Brad Pitt's zombie war film will come out a week after 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey', and will also get some competition from Tobey Maguire's drama, 'Life of Pi'.