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Armie Hammer Is Up for 'Lone Ranger' Sequels, Johnny Depp Isn't Yet

July 1, 2013 (8:41 am) GMT
Despite no official contract yet, the Tonto depicter in the Gore Verbinski says that he is 'ready to go in a second' if Disney already gives it a go.

"" will not be unleashed into theaters until July 3, but the sequel talk already begins heating up. E! Online recently sat down with stars and , and asked them how many "Lone Ranger" movies they had signed on for. While Hammer confirmed he was up for a "couple" more, Depp gave a surprising answer.

"I think it was a one-shot deal," so Depp, who plays Native American warrior Tonto in the Disney movie, admitted to the site. However, the two-time winner of People's Sexiest Man Alive later said that there would be high chance of him returning to the next installment if it indeed moved forward. "If they started talking sequel on this I'd be ready to go in a second," he revealed.

"The Lone Ranger" had thrown its world premiere in Disney California Adventure Park in Anaheim. Director Gore Verbinski brought along Hammer and Depp as well as co-stars and to the event, held on June 22.

Co-produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, the Western flick is also supported by , and , who revealed she had been secured for "three" films.

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