Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald will produce for Paramount
Jay Rasulo said keeping costs lower will help with risk management
The release could add tens of millions to box office haul
Disney could lose close to $200 million on Bruckheimer's "The Lone Ranger"
Hammer believes critics have "been gunning for our movie since it was shut down the first time"
TheWrap's Lucas Shaw explains the impact of the latest flop on producers' standing in the studio system
Adding in only $29.4 Friday-Sunday, the masked rider and his faithful Indian companion overall brought in nearly $90 million less than “Despicable Me 2”
Gore Verbinski's Western has yet to get a date in China
Bloated action epic wants Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer to both deconstruct and revive the old legend, thus heading itself off at the pass
New video documents how the production created a scene in which the Lone Ranger rises from the dead
New Regency will produce "Pyongyang," an adaptation of a graphic novel by Guy Delisle
Armie Hammer stars as the titular masked man, while Johnny Depp plays his sidekick Tonto in "The Lone Ranger'
Former White Stripes frontman Jack White to write, perform and produce music for Armie Hammer/Johnny Depp film
Gore Verbinski and ILM holed up at a ranch house to make the Oscar-nominated "Rango," the year’s most absurd and inventive animated film
The studio will release the movie on May 31, 2013
The studio had stopped production of the Johnny Depp movie, citing budget worries
Disney put the high-profile -- and equally high-budget -- movie on hold in August
The film has some of Disney's most important players attached: Johnny Depp, Gore Verbinski and Jerry Bruckheimer
Exclusive: Gosling would play Lone Ranger to Depp's Tonto in the Jerry Bruckheimer film
The "Alice in Wonderland" actor is in discussions to star in the quasi-prequel to "The Wizard of Oz"
Studio may be planning to shoot the sequels back-to-back
Jerry Bruckheimer will produce the update of the masked western hero
Steve Conrad ("The Weather Man") will write the second big-screen adaptation of James Thurber's short story
Universal pulls plug on drug-related drama after spending $8.5 million on project's development