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1. “Holy Water” Ben Kweller
2. “Devil’s Train” Grace Potter and The Nocturnals 3:29
3. “Poor Paddy on the Railway” Shane MacGowan
4. “So Long Gone” Pete Molinari
5. “Central and Union” Sara Watkins
6. “The American Dream” The White Buffalo
7. “Lonesome Whistle” Dave Alvin
8. “Sweet Betsy from Pike” Iggy Pop
9. “Rattling Bone” Iron & Wine
10. “Cowboy” The Rubens
11. “Everything but the Truth” Lucinda Williams
12. “The Truth Lives On” The Aggrolites
13. “Butch’s Ballad” Gomez
14. “Saddle the Wind” John Grant

Variety is reporting that Disney has Woolverton penning a sequel, which is also in the process of becoming a stage musical. There’s no mention of Burton’s possible involvement (yet), but he will be made an offer. The same goes for Depp, who is starring in the House of Mouse’s Lone Ranger next year – and (probably) is going to make Pirates of the Caribbean 5 sometime in the foreseeable future.


Another article about the possible director.
James Bobin In Talks To Direct ‘Alice In Wonderland’ Sequel

James Bobin directed Disney‘s successful reboot The Muppets and is shooting the follow-up to that one now. Now he’s talking with the studio to helm Alice In Wonderland 2, another Disney sequel. This time it’s one of the studio’s all-time biggest moneymakers: the 2010 Tim Burton-directed pic starred Johnny Depp and it topped $1B in grosses worldwide.


UPDATE, 11:24 AM: Deadline broke news last night that Johnny Depp was teetering toward the exit door on Black Mass, the Barry Levinson-directed story of Whitey Bulger, with Joel Edgerton playing his disgraced FBI pal John Connolly. There was some hope last night that after some hard negotiating, things might turn around and Depp would stay in the movie. I’m now told that’s not going to happen. The financiers, Cross Creek and Exclusive Media, are moving to recast the lead, balking at paying Depp the equivalent of $23 million to headline the indie crime drama. If you remember, Ben Affleck planned to direct buddy Matt Damon in a Bulger picture, but this news isn’t going to help those heavily booked fellas. The Black Mass team — which sold the picture heavily in Cannes — expect to have a new star in place so they can shoot the picture later this year.

Read the full article here

Walt Disney Studios Chairman, Alan Horn, announced today that ticket sales from the highly anticipated World Premiere of Disney/Jerry Bruckheimer Films’ “The Lone Ranger” will benefit the American Indian College Fund.

The event will take place on Saturday, June 22, at Disney California Adventure Park in Anaheim, California. A giant red carpet down the Park’s iconic Hollywood Boulevard will be lined with thousands of park guests cheering for the film’s stars, filmmakers and the many Hollywood celebrities in attendance.

The Lone Ranger’s horse Silver will make an appearance and an actual train engine built for the film will be on display.

THE LONE RANGER opens in theaters July 3, 2013.


The imprint has recruited members from Slaughterhouse, Black Hippy, Nappy Roots and The Diplomats to appear on their upcoming release, The Hookah Lounge, Vol. 1.

With Crooked I, Young Buck, Cam’ron, CyHi The Prynce and the late Roc Raida appearing, this 21-track effort will release on May 28.

The Hookah Lounge Vol. 1 tracklist is as follows:

1. Blame Yourself (Trakksounds Remix) – Cyhi The Prynce & Zac Fresh
2. If You Wanna Go There – Knoc-turn’al, Cyhi The Prynce & K-Young
3. Money Shower – Jurrarri & Shawty Lo
4. Sofa Bed (The 502 Remix) – Buffalo Stille (Nappy Roots), Michael Barber & Junior Jackson
5. When The Goons Come Out – Noah Jones & Jay Rock
6. Street Runners – Mr Stench a/k/a Johnny Depp, Kae State, Rob Jackson & Jup
7. Sex Pistol – Sabrina & Audio Stepchild
8. Bang Bang Boogie – Nasim & Bay-C of T.O.K
9. Where You Get That Ass – The Ying Yang Twins & Stop Sign Tandy
10. All My Life – Pill, Buffalo Stille & Sabrina
11. Full Motion – Big Mike (Geto Boys) & Ebony Burks
12. The Children – Fli-City, Buffalo Stille of Nappy Roots & Junior Jackson
13. The Hookah Interlude: Somewhere In Between – Audio Stepchild & Roc Raida
14. The Pugilist – Noah Jones & Crooked I
15. Spent A Grip – Stilmatic & Young Buck
16. So High Right Now Remix – Buffalo Stille, Nyche, Renzo Charlez & Junior Jackson
17. I’ve Been Here For Years – Knoc-turn’al & Crooked I
18. The Oath – 1st Blood, Ty Healy & Mama
19. Fly – Lea Marie & Shevy Chase of Elephant Room
20. Bonus Track: Logic & Theory – Audio Stepchild
21. Bonus Track: Ziplock – Nyche, Fred The Godson & Cam’ron


I have added two scans from the July edition of Total Film UK, thanks to Depplovers.com.br.

40+ additions to Johnny on set of Transcendence on May 12th.

And one additional image to Johnny on set of Transcendence on May 10th.

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Film Projects > [2014] Transcendence > On Set > [May 10, 2013] Los Angeles, California

EXCLUSIVE: With The Lone Ranger in the can, Disney, producer Jerry Bruckheimer and Johnny Depp have turned their attention toward setting sail on a fifth installment underway of Pirates Of The Caribbean. While a number of pie in the sky giant directors are being mentioned, here are three helmers I hear are on the short list. Fredrik Bond, who helmed The Necessary Death Of Charlie Countryman, has been a favorite of Bruchkeimer and has been rumored for some time. The hot new candidate is the Kon-Tiki directing team of Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg, who just fell out of the Legendary Pictures film Spectral; and I am also hearing buzz about Snow White And The Huntsman helmer Rupert Sanders. The Kon-Tiki guys are the names I’m hearing most often, but no offer has been made and there will probably be a few more meetings prior to any of that happening. Production is being slotted for late this year or early next year, but the director will be locked within the next few weeks. Disney made an unexpected choice for the last film, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides with Rob Marshall, and that grossed over $1 billion. Given the names here, they’re clearly looking to inject fresh creative energy to the mix. Stay tuned.

Source: Deadline

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