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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Dim 24 Juin 2012 - 23:14

Un témoignage intéressant rapporté sur JDR par un restaurateur de Creede où Johnny et son équipe venaient souvent manger.

Comme demandé, je cite la source et renvoie vers le lien :
http://johnnydeppreads.com/index.php?showtopic=11058&st=0&#entry22009734

Et point TRES intéressant : il semble que Johnny n'ait pas bu une seule goutte d'alcool pendant ses repas lors des tournages. Il n'a pris que de la bière sans alcool....
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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Dim 24 Juin 2012 - 23:18

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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Lun 25 Juin 2012 - 7:40

En fait, Johnny ne boit pas pour se mettre dans la peau de Tonto qui est très sobre :
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2146969/I-Am-Crow--Johnny-Depp-reveals-inspiration-teetotal-Tonto.html

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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Lun 25 Juin 2012 - 21:30

Il est toujours très sérieux pour se fondre au mieux dans un personnage !! :) Merci !

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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Mar 26 Juin 2012 - 11:18

Le tournage va bientôt commencer dans la région de Moab. La production Disney implique environ 200 personnes et le tournage durera environ 54 jours. (Source: http://www.johnnytim.com/temat/new/new.html )


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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Mar 26 Juin 2012 - 16:30

Sur le compte Twitter de Lily-Rose @Lilyrmdepp enfin peut etre un fake mais elle a écrit il y a 21h "Destination Moab! " avec une photo de la vu en avion. Si ce n'est pas la vrai c'est bizarre qu'elle sache sa :s
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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Mar 26 Juin 2012 - 17:10

Elle doit avoir fini les cours et va retrouver son père la bas....

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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Mar 26 Juin 2012 - 18:31

En même temps, c'est écrit dans la presse et sur internet que le tournage se déplace à Moab, vous venez bien de le mettre plus haut !
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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Mar 26 Juin 2012 - 21:22

Il suffit d'être sur un forum comme celui-ci pour le savoir ^^

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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Mar 26 Juin 2012 - 21:29

Et puis elle l'a peut-être piqué du vrai Tumblr de Lily...
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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Mer 27 Juin 2012 - 0:38

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As our 15-passenger van pulled out of Dallas en route to our annual church youth group mission trip to Mineral County, Colorado, this past week, I announced to the teens that while we were doing community service for the the U.S. Forest Service and Habitat for Humanity in Creede, Colorado, a $200 million Disney movie, “The Lone Ranger”, starring Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer, was being shot there.
The year-round population of Creede is about 400. The Disney movie crew was about 400. You do the math. That would be like filming a movie in Dallas-Fort Worth and bringing a cast and crew of four million. The teenage girls in the van swooned at the thought of meeting Johnny Depp. I burst their bubble with the realistic assessment that they would probably never get close to Depp or any other actor. But I’m just an adult. What do I know?
I oversee the youth program at Christ the King Catholic Church, so I drove the van. We had nine teens and five adults. Four middle schoolers who stayed nearby worked with us during the days. So we had a total crew of 18, until we were blindsided by an attack of the zombie youth group infestation.
One of the middle schoolers, Jose Alonzo, was ironically the Boy Scout who threw up after winning the pancake eating contest at a Boy Scout camp the week before. (See last week’s column). Well, as it turned out, he had actually caught a vicious stomach bug at camp. But like an infected zombie, he silently brought the bug with him to Creede. By the time I arrived with my high school group, Stuart Foster, Tristan Besson and my son, Kellis, had all been exposed to the virus and were throwing up.
We all went to see “The Drowsy Chaperone” at the Creede Repertory Theatre and Patrick O’Boyle got sick in the bathroom. Then Mark Houle lost it in a trash can in the lobby. One at a time, 11 of our 18 became infected with the dreaded zombie virus. Who would be next? Wade or Nancy Bass? Me or my wife Charlotte? (Answer: Charlotte then Nancy.)
Fellow trip leader Zach Burns and I took Patrick to the hospital in Del Norte when he became dehydrated. Before we got to South Fork the highway was blocked for almost
half an hour while a scene from the movie was being filmed. We sat helplessly trapped behind dozens of other cars on Hwy. 149 while Patrick and Zach both threw up in surround-sound stereo in the back seat. It was the longest 25 minutes of our lives.
By rotating healthy teens we got our mission work done. Finally the virus finally played itself out. On Friday we were eating at Kip’s Grill when my daughter, Maggie, and her buddies, Sara Johnson and Lindsey Elliott, caught wind of a confirmed Johnny Depp sighting. They bolted like three sprinters out of the starting blocks, followed by Austin Woods, Conner Hayward, Cash Spicer, John LaCosta and others. Within an hour all of our church teens had met Depp and all had gotten his autograph. Maggie was shivering when she talked with him and he gently stroked her bare arms to warm her up. (He thought she was shivering because she was cold.) When they parted, she didn’t walk away, she floated away.
Lindsey sheepishly asked Depp if he would give her a hug and he did before his body guards stepped in and broke them up. The actor was charming, professional and classy the way he stood and signed autographs for a crowd that grew to more than 300. But he did it as a thank you to the people of Creede and they all left happy.
We went to Colorado to get closer to God and we did. Plus Maggie and Lindsey also got a taste of heaven.

Kirk Dooley is a University Park writer. He can be reached at kirk@texmexbook.com

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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Ven 29 Juin 2012 - 0:41

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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Ven 29 Juin 2012 - 0:55

for 'The Lone Ranger', starring Johnny Depp as Tonto. They'd been filming at night in the mining museum up the canyon.





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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Ven 29 Juin 2012 - 11:38

Il y a un mot que je n'arrive pas à lire... voir même deux (qu'est ce qu'il écrit mal....) Denise = a great pleasure - with (?) love ?????

Si on lui avait dit un jour à Denise que dans son petit resto du fin fond du nouveau Mexique JD viendrait s'assoir sur une table et lui signerait des autographes elle aurait crié au fou ! quelle chance !


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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Ven 29 Juin 2012 - 12:22

Much !
Le H n'est pas très lisible car les deux barres sont trop espacées.

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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Ven 29 Juin 2012 - 13:02

et l'autre avec le A c'est Always ? et ben, c'est du déchiffrage pour moi....

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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Ven 29 Juin 2012 - 13:06

c'est ça ! :wink!:

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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Ven 29 Juin 2012 - 14:58

The Tonto autograph is lovely! coeurs

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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Ven 29 Juin 2012 - 17:14

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Gorgeous shot sent from our ‪#RIPD‬ friends now on the set of Lone Ranger in Moab, Utah! ‪#filmwork‬ http://yfrog.com/gyjeqvbyj

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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Ven 29 Juin 2012 - 23:07

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The Lone Ranger' rides out of Creede
Posted: Friday, Jun 29th, 2012
BY: JUDITH STONE

Tonto (Johnny Depp) and John the 'Lone Ranger' (Armie Hammer)


CREEDE —By the time this is read, Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer will be shooting and producing "The Lone Ranger" in their Moab, Utah, location.

It is about 30 degrees hotter than Creede and the cast and crew miss our climate, although not the smoke-filled skies which wafted over from the Little Sand Fire daily.

Restaurant, shop and lodge owners in Creede are happy with their through-the-roof-sales, which are doubled and tripled from a year ago.

Set builders have been pumping money into the mountain town’s economy since April.

In South Fork, crews stayed at local motels and ate frequently at area restaurants. When crews were not eating out, they purchased food to cook with at local grocers.

Both Creede and South Fork depend on sales tax revenue for their annual budgets and what they accrue is each town’s operating budget for the entire year.

There are no exact figures yet; however, rumor has it that Creede is showing abut a 200 percent increase in sales tax revenues. Creede hoped to pave their roads this fall without a bond and looks like they will accomplish this lofty goal. Folks lucky enough to be in Creede last Friday evening have photos on the internet to show what they were doing because they were meeting Johnny Depp.

It came as quite a surprise to everyone when the incredible actor decided to come out and spend time with the locals, but Depp apparently wanted to show his appreciation for the folks in Creede and the surrounding area.

The economic impact of Disney’s "The Lone Ranger" throughout the valley is said to be enormous. Of course, this does not include what the actual movie will do for the entire San Luis Valley in terms of ongoing tourism visits when the film is released on July 3, 2013.

There is a down side, as well.

Since all the lodging was taken up, the normal amount of tourists could not come. A fishing guide in town had seven full-day fishing trips scheduled at $420 each, but they all had to cancel due to lack of housing,

Most of the folks associated with the film were very nice, but townspeople say that the whole affair has disrupted early summer business.

The Creede Elks, who have bingo on Monday evenings were out about $1,000 because the film had the Community Center leased.

However, looking ahead, it is hoped that "The Lone Ranger" will finally get folks to notice the beautiful San Luis Valley.

What more can the Tourism Board ask for, especially when they do not have to spend a dime to entice people to visit? And the San Luis Valley Film Commission has one more movie to tout as they work to get more films to come.

Those who live here already know that, once tourists see the Valley, wherever they come from, they will return again and again.

http://www.mineralcountyminer.com/v2_news_articles.php?heading=0&story_id=1616&page=72

http://www.beginnerbikers.org/showthread.php?34466-The-deflowering-of-a-motorcycle-camping-virgin






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The Tonto Files is an occasional series of ruminations and riffs on Tonto, a fictional sidekick from the radio days who is suddenly the world’s most talked about Indian. That’ll happen to a guy when Johnny Depp plays him in a $250 million summer blockbuster (coming June 2013). In this installment, Jessica Metcalfe consults some experts:

We know the arguments. We’ve read them all here on Indian Country Today: the sometimes heated discussions about Johnny Depp playing the lead role of Tonto in the new cowboy flick The Lone Ranger, produced by Disney hotshot Jerry Bruckheimer.

Before I get too far into this article, I have to state the fact that in Indian country we will never agree on anything, and this is a good thing. It means we are feisty and prepared to argue our opinions on any matter. And so even though Tonto won’t hit movie screens until July 2013, Indian country is already a buzz with discussions about this controversial character: “Why does Hollywood continue to stereotype Native people?” “Why aren’t there more Natives in Hollywood?” “Johnny Depp is/isn’t Native American!” and “What’s up with that bird on his head?”

Among the discussions is the rumor that Depp seeks to elevate the Indian character from a mere side-kick and the roles have flipped. Now we get to see things from Tonto’s perspective.

And (another) rumor has it that Depp really wanted to make this movie happen — so much so that he and Bruckheimer slashed the film budget, even at the expense of their salaries. So what’s up with Depp pushing so hard to get Tonto out there? So I asked some film folks to get a different angle on Depp.

Native filmmaker Chris Eyre, Cheyenne/Arapaho, explained, “It’s too easy to bash this — there’s too many shades of grey. And it’s unintelligent to not look at Depp’s relationships with Native actors and his contributions to Indian country.”

More than just “a good actor” on the one hand or “perpetuating Hollywood stereotypes” on the other, it seems as though Depp is an intermediary. Writer Ben-Alex Dupris, Colville, stated, “Johnny Depp is a guy who has played the in-between his whole life.”

Back in 1995, Depp played the lead role in Dead Man alongside Native actor Gary Farmer. Depp and Farmer have connections. Dupris was the one who tipped me off to the fact that the guy who directed Farmer in Powwow Highway (1989) also directed Depp in 21 Jump Street the year before (1988). Did Depp have a tiny role in getting Native films made? In getting Indians cast in big flicks? What exactly is his relationship with Natives in film anyway?

So I got in touch with Gary Farmer, and he tells an interesting story (probably one of many) of when he went to Berlin with Depp to receive an award. Dead Man had earned the Best Foreign Film award (the first American film to do so) at the European Academy Awards in 1997, and Farmer and Depp were sent as representatives. While they were there, Depp made arrangements to connect Farmer with Hunter S. Thompson, and suggested to Thompson that Farmer get a role in the then-upcoming Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. The role didn’t pan out, but we get a tiny glimpse of Depp as a Native advocate and promoter.

Also in 1997, Depp played the lead role in The Brave (which he also wrote and directed) alongside Marlon Brando (you know, the guy who turned down his Best Actor Oscar award as an objection to Hollywood’s depiction of Natives in film and television). Depp also shared the screen with a young Native actor named Cody Lightning who played his son, and that role extended off screen

Farmer explained, “My time on that set was so special — to see Johnny be a dad to Cody. I think it’s how he learned to be a dad. He formed a real bond with Cody.”

Yes, LaDonna Harris is not the first cool Indian to bring Depp into the family (and, just for clarification, adoption doesn’t mean you get tribal membership rights or even status as an Indian). Native film costumer Pilar Agoyo, San Juan Pueblo, explained it clearly: “Being adopted by Natives or American Indians does not make you Indian. It makes you adopted by Indians.”

Regardless of whether we understand Depp as a descendent of a tribe (or two), adopted by a Native leader, or a white guy playing Indian, or none of the above, the fact remains that Depp has been around Indian country for decades. Perhaps Depp is a guy who is genuinely interested in advancing the dialogue on Native depictions and representations in Hollywood.

PART II: Tonto Remix: The Depp Version

Dupris explained that this Lone Ranger script isn’t anything new. It’s been around for a while, but it wasn’t until Depp tacked his name onto it that it became a reality. “He’s a doer,” Dupris said.

Eyre agrees, “The reason they didn’t cast Wolf Pack guys or Adam Beach as Tonto is because there wouldn’t be a movie without Johnny Depp. They are not going to let just anybody play a lead role in a 240 million dollar film unless it’s bona fide super star, and it is still a risk. There was no vehicle without Depp.”

Even Farmer pointed out that there were two recent “Tontos” played by Native actors: Michael Horse in The Legend of the Lone Ranger in 1981, and Nathaniel Arcand in the WB network’s 2003 version of The Lone Ranger. Both were great guys and great actors looking to remake Tonto, yet both flicks flopped. Can Depp do any better?

In Eyre’s eyes, Depp took a huge risk, especially at this point in his career, to show a different view of Tonto and to comment on this significant iconic character. In the 1950s, The Lone Ranger was actually a form of “revisionist history,” Dupris explained; it wasn’t a depiction of reality, it was a reflection of American ideas of its own history and self. Now, the new Lone Ranger and Depp are out to spin that story again.

Farmer explained, “Depp is a well-read man. To me he is trying to reshape children’s literature and retell those stories. Think of all those movies he did with Tim Burton. He is re-shaping our literary world with a new vision.”

Thanks to 1950s Hollywood decisions, Tonto is out there. Yet the question remains, does Indian country need or want a revised Tonto? Should we leave Tonto alone?

“Based on Johnny Depp as an artist, and him going all the way, and making this film happen, in my book, [he] deserves some credit,” Eyre explained. “He wants to change the view of Tonto, and he put his reputation and his career on the line.”

Farmer agrees: “I respect Depp and the chances that he takes — the chances that someone like Tom Cruise doesn’t take because it’s so easy to get sold out in this industry, and to lose integrity over time.”

Full disclosure, I agree with Adrienne Keene on the very simple fact that “It’s still Tonto; Johnny is still wearing face paint that looks like it should be in Kiss, and he has a dead bird on his head.” And like Keene, I think we are all wondering, “What does it really mean on a broader level?” We won’t know until the final cut hits the screen and we can take in the full role. Maybe it will be terrible, but what if Depp is successful with turning the tables?

Farmer stated, “The pressure for him to do the right thing is immense. It’s his cultural mission to retell what has been told. He’s not a slouch, he’ll do the work. Even if he has a bird on his head, he may have made the right choice.”

Dr. Jessica Metcalfe, Turtle Mountan Chippewa, writes about Native American art, fashion, and design at Beyond Buckskin and operates the online store Beyond Buckskin Boutique. She wishes to thank to Ben-Alex Dupris, Chris Eyre, and Gary Farmer for their participation in this article.

Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2012/06/26/the-tonto-files-behind-the-facepaint-120550 http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2012/06/26/the-tonto-files-behind-the-facepaint-120550#ixzz1zDqSckd6

http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2012/06/26/the-tonto-files-behind-the-facepaint-120550

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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Mar 3 Juil 2012 - 11:07

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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Mar 3 Juil 2012 - 13:37

Love to see some pictures of Tonto... even it is not Johnny!

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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Mar 3 Juil 2012 - 15:45

ouais...bon....après le boulot on reprend son petit sac et on va se laver...LOL

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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Ven 6 Juil 2012 - 22:39

Sortie annoncée par Allociné le 7 aout 2013

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MessageSujet: Re: The Lone Ranger   Sam 7 Juil 2012 - 0:18

Coooooooooooool :D J'espère que ça ne sera pas reporté... (again)
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