Plus: Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth roaming free on "American ground," Brad Pitt, the "American Pie" guys back for 24 hours only, and inside the best industry bashes of the week
Jerry Bruckheimer, director Gore Verbinski, Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer, Ruth Wilson, William Fichtner, James Badge Dale and Barry Pepper borrow Miami Heat confetti as they pull "The Lone Ranger" train in to California Adventure for the rare Saturday night premiere.
Were premiere tickets part of the production incentive? Armie Hammer poses with Utah governor Gary Herbert and first lady Jeanette Herbert, whose state served as the backlot for some of the film. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
Karina Smirnoff kept it in the Disney family, posing with Mickey and plotting her wardrobe for maximum contrast. (Paul A. Hebert/Getty Images)
Dominic Monaghan, unholstered. (Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
Team Hammer arrives on scene, including best pal (turned assistant on the film) Ashton Ramsey (back right).(Christopher Polk/WireImage)
Meanwhile, Bruckheimer's "Armageddon" title-track songsters Steven Tyler and Joe Perry ("I Don't Wanna Miss a Thing") were opening the Hollywood Bowl Summer season on Saturday night. (Photo by David Livingston/Getty Images)
Over in Santa Monica, a reunion: "American Pie's" Eddie Kaye Thomas, John Cho and Jason Biggs were back in business together for Montblanc's "24 Hour Plays" at The Broad Stage. The plays went from "Final Draft" laptops to stage in 24 hours.
Rosie Perez, the driving force behind "24 Hour Plays", and Jamie Chung.
Montblanc CEO Jan-Patrick Schmitz and John Hawkes at The Shore Hotel after-party. (Photos by Michael Kovac/Getty Images for Montblanc)
Earlier on Saturday, "Despicable Me 2" stars Dana Gaier ("Edith"), Miranda Cosgrove ("Margo") and Elsie Kate Fisher ("Agnes") beat the heat at the Universal City Walk premiere. (Photo by Mark Davis/Getty Images)
Steve Carell and his 'minions' walked the yellow carpet at Universal's "Despicable Me 2" premiere at corporate cousin Universal City Walk.
Producer Janet Healy and Donna Langley at the actually not-"Despicable" after party.
Kristen Wiig, producer Christopher Meledandri and Benjamin Bratt give the cold shoulder.
The boss doesn't wear a t-shirt. Universal Studios president Ron Meyer with Steve Carell and Universal Pictures chairman Adam Fogelson in uniform. (Photos by Mark Davis/Getty Images)
Don't forget about us! Mascot-based movie promotion came to the Grove on Saturday also as Neil Patrick Harris rode the trolley on "Global Smurfs Day" ahead of Sony's July opening.(Imeh Akpanudosen/Getty Images)
On their way to an $82 million dollar weekend, "Monsters University" director Dan Scanlon and producer Kori Rae remotely rang Friday's NYSE closing bell from the Pixar Campus in NorCal. The market closed up +41.08, a prescient sign. (Photo by Ben Hider)
"Monsters'" box office rival Brad Pitt and Esquire's David Granger hung out during the "World War Z" party hosted by Samsung Galaxy after the Ziegfeld premiere in the West Village in New York. (Photo by Dave Alloca)
"World War Z" producers Tim Headington and Graham King were giddy even before the $66 miilion opneing. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)
That's not Angie, and that's not Cannes. Sony's next stop for the 'Z'-Machine was soviet-hued carpet at the Moscow Film Festival on Thursday where Pitt bro'd it up with Russian actor Nikita Mikhlakov. (Gennadi Avramenko/ Epsilon/Getty Images)
Free! Out of the clink and on "American ground" in Bel-Air: Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth attended Benjamin Millepied's posh L.A. Dance Benefit on June 20.
Rashida Jones, Will McCormick, Natalie Portman and Dance Project director Millepied on the grounds.
Aaron Sorkin with Annelise Peterson and Mary Alice Haney.