Armie Hammer Jokes About Working With Co-Star Johnny Depp

Mon, June 24, 2013 12:54pm EST by 5 Comments
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Armie Hammer & Johnny Depp star as vigilante cohorts in ‘The Lone Ranger,’ due in theaters July 3. At the L.A. premiere, spoke with Armie and he revealed why he loved working alongside Johnny!

What’s it really like to work with Johnny Depp? Well, The Social Network’s Armie Hammer talked to EXCLUSIVELY at the L.A. premiere of The Lone Ranger and he joked around about his legendary co-star!

Armie’s Take On Tonto

Johnny’s back on Disney turf in The Lone Ranger, starring as spiritual Native American warrior Tonto who joins up with the Lone Ranger (Hammer) to fight for justice in the American West.

His crime-fighting partner, Armie, told us what it was like to work with Mr. Depp:

Terrible! Hated it, hate him and never want to see him again in my life! No, it was great!

Oh, Armie. Such a jokester! We’re sure these two stars got along great as they filmed this epic adventure.

When we saw the first picture producer Jerry Bruckheimer tweeted back in 2012 of the crime-fighting duo, we could barely contain our excitement for the film. Armie and Johnny were spot-on in their looks of the Lone Ranger and Tonto.

The Lone Ranger is to be released July 3 — just in time for the Independence Day weekend. What better to celebrate America that a swashbuckling tale of the Wild West?

What do you think about Armie’s comments about co-star Johnny? Will you go see The Lone Ranger? Let us know what you think!

WATCH: ‘The Lone Ranger’ Review: Armie Hammer & Johnny Depp Star

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– Avery Thompson, reporting by Russ Weakland

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David Simon, PhD

Posted at 7:25 PM on July 4, 2013  

The Lone Ranger is the best film of the summer thus far. Most critics have missed he film’s real message and meaning by a mile. The film is an engrossing study of the problems Americans have with their own identities, of the alienation that dominates a culture favoring predatory capitalism over social concerns. Depp’s performance is that of a traumatized man looking from the outside into a racist culture that has committed genocide against his people.
Most westerns oversimplify morality into an authoritarian black and white view of the world. This film demonstrates that moral decisions, even in the old west, are complex, vexing, and bring into question the meaning and processes of justice. (It was the post Civil War era that gave the nation its first monopolies, many of which began with railroad barons.

The film does another thing that troubles the critic from Forbes. The lead baddie is physically deformed. Depicting deviants as ugly stems from the 19th Century’s forays into the relationship between criminals and body types, skull shapes, physical and mental differences between racial and ethnic groups. Hollywood began presenting evil as physically ugly from the silent movie era on, and the tradition continues to this day.

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Posted at 6:29 PM on June 24, 2013  

he is just kidding they are freinds

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Posted at 2:47 PM on June 24, 2013  

I new it..he can’t stand Johnny..well he said and that’s not a joke! You can see it in his face..

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Posted at 3:31 PM on June 24, 2013  

Idiot. they not only did get along well on set, they are friends since then, and have said it several times

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Posted at 3:11 PM on June 25, 2013 are the idiot can see in Armie’s face in the interviews blind!

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