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Armie Hammer Goes Zorro in New Trailer for 'The Lone Ranger'

May 22, 2013 (6:27 am) GMT
The new promo video for the Johnny Depp-starring film also shares glimpses of new action scenes featuring both Hammer and Depp.

A new trailer for Walt Disney Pictures' upcoming film "" has made its way out online via Apple. Boasting new cool action scenes featuring leading men and , the video briefly previews Hammer striking a heroic pose a la Zorro with his white horse rearing up and his hat raised high.

From director Gore Verbinski, the upcoming film sees an American Indian spirit warrior named Tonto (Depp), who recounts the untold tales that transformed John Reid (Hammer), a man of the law, into a legend of justice. The two unlikely heroes must learn to work together and fight against greed and corruption.

Co-produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, the film was set in many locations, such as Monument Valley and Moab in Utah; Creede, Colorado; and Four Corners, Arizona. Hammer once shared his experience while filming this pic. "It was 125 degrees some days when we were shooting. I'm wearing that three-piece wool suit the entire time," the actor told The Wall Street Journal.

"But it was the most fun I've ever had, running around shooting guns, riding horses, throwing lassoes. Being a cowboy. Who doesn't love that?" added Hammer, who landed his first big role in the film.

Also featuring as Red Harrington, the Western-set film is slated to hit U.S. theaters on July 3.



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