In an exclusive interview to the magazine Make-Up Artist of August / September (which devotes its cover to The Lone Ranger), Joel Harlow talks about how he and his team created the make-up that appears at the beginning of the Tonto aged film:
"Of all the challenges I faced during the filming of The Lone Ranger, create the make-up of aged Tonto was undoubtedly the most difficult. I had read the script and had numerous discussions with both Johnny Depp with director Gore Verbinski for the look. We wanted it to be eye-catching: the Old Coot was to appear frail and forgetful, but noble and proud. The process began just two months before the 'beginning of the shoot. Considering we were in the midst of preparing an entire film populated by unique characters and all of them with make-up effects-driven, two months did not seem enough for everyone. So, working on Johnny in Lifecast, I jumped immediately to sculpt the prosthetic head and shoulders, drawing inspiration not only from real Native American elders, but also by some of the great 'old make-up' that our community had already product, such as make-up for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and The Bicentennial Man. "
"In the first test of the complete make-up, Johnny wore 17 prostheses, including the face, chest and arms. After nearly seven hours of work, we sent him out on set. "Translation by Depp Heaven
In a Make-Up Artist exclusive, The Lone Ranger make-up department head Joel Harlow shares how he and his team created the Tonto age make-up That Appears in the beginning of the film: Among all the challenges faced During the filming That I of The Lone Ranger, creating the Jack Crabb Tonto-inspired old-age make-up was arguably the most difficult. I had not read the script and had discussions with Numerous Both Johnny Depp and director Gore Verbinski about the look. We wanted it to be endearing Old Tonto needed to Appear frail and forgetful, yet noble and proud. Began the process to a mere two months before principal photography commenced. Considering we were in the midst of prepping an Entire movie populated with unique characters and make-up effects-driven, two months is not much time at all. So, working from an existing lifecast of Johnny, I jumped into the sculpting prosthetics For His head and shoulders, drawing inspiration not only from actual old Native American people, but Also from some of the great old-age make-ups That Has our community produced,: such as Dick Smith's Crabb make-up for Little Big Man and his Salieri make-up for Amadeus, as well as many of Greg Cannom's beautiful age make-ups for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Bicentennial Man The first test we did Johnny was on the full make-up (17 prosthetics), including face, chest and arms. After nearly seven hours of prosthetic work, we marched him out onto the temporary September
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Came the first photos and videos of the press conference for the film The Lone Ranger held in London on July 22.
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Continue promoting the Disney film The Lone Ranger. The British premiere was held today, July 21, in London at the Odeon Cinema in Lanchester Square.
B-roll video premiere:
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Here is the full video of the German Premiere of the movie The Lone Ranger. Present were Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer, Ruth Wilson, director Gore Verbinski and producer Jerry Bruckheimer.
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Johnny Depp at the press conference in Berlin The Lone Ranger | The Lone Ranger: Berlin Press Conference
Here come the photos and videos Press Confernce held today in Berlin for the promotion of The Lone Ranger. Along with Johnny Armie Hammer was also the photos below:
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