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gore verbinskioriginal 1 Gore Verbinski on The Lone Ranger, Working With Johnny Depp, and the Bloodbath of FilmmakingAP

In “Lone Ranger,” director Gore Verbinski reteams with one of his favorite leading men, Johnny Depp, for another comic romp through the past — only this time they’re playing cowboys instead of pirates.

Moviefone chatted with the director about the difficulties of having a super straight-arrow lead (squared-jawed Armie Hammer of “The Social Network” and “J. Edgar”) as well as doing justice to the way things… Continue reading Gore Verbinski on 'The Lone Ranger,' Working With Johnny Depp, and the 'Bloodbath' of Filmmaking

Evil Dead

In the much anticipated remake of the 1981 cult-hit horror film, five twenty-something friends become holed up in a remote ca… Read More

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“Evil Dead,” a reboot of the 1981 cult horror hit, has been generating quite a lot of buzz about how gruesome, walkout-inciting, and faint-inducing it is proving to

Review in a Hurry: Venture into the Woods for laughs and scares, stay for the commentary on our sadistic, voyeuristic culture—it’s like Scream spliced with The Hunger Games. A twisty puzzle, as promised by the Rubic’s Cube cabin on the film’s poster, this blood feast has gore galore… Continue reading Movie Review: Cabin in the Woods Serves Up More Than Just Gore












wi15224585director gore verbinski dreamworks pictures Disney Exec Still Pulling for The Lone Ranger, With or Without Gore VerbinskiFirst it got shut down, then we heard there was going to be werewolves in it, but despite everything that’s happened, ‘The Lone Ranger’ might still be a possibility. In a recent interview with Deadline’s Pete Hammond at Disney’s D23 Expo, Disney chief Rich Ross gave his two cents on the status of what could have been Disney’s next big Western.

According to Ross, “I’m hoping to… Continue reading Disney Exec Still Pulling for 'The Lone Ranger,' With or Without Gore Verbinski

Review in a Hurry: Teen D-bag Charlie Brewster (Anton Yelchin) fears his nerdy ex-friend Ed (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) will reveal his own former nerd status. But there’s a much nastier problem awaiting him than being a social outcast…Jerry the vampire has just moved in right next door.

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