Tragedy struck the “The Lone Ranger” set earlier today after a crew member died.
TMZ reports that a crew member drowned this morning on set after going into full cardiac arrest. Law enforcement officers explained that the man was a driver who was working in a tank; he was immediately helicoptered to a nearby hospital and pronounced dead on the scene.
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First 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.
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